You're fast and you know it. You've spent countless hours pouring over compressor maps in order to pick the perfect turbo, and you just got the engine tuned dead-on perfect. Suspension, tires, brakes, chassis stiffness - all figured out. You hit the road and nothing can touch you, not even the odd nitrous-fed V8 minivans lurking around. But there's one thing that is always beyond your reach, one world that lives on a whole different plane of acceleration and speed: The land of the sport bike.

Packing roughly 130hp and moving just 357 pounds, the current Yamaha YZF-R6 is just one example of how scorching fast modern sport bikes can be. With a capable rider on board, a sport bike is able to destroy almost any automobile it runs across on the street. But as Garth Weaver of Las Vegas, NV, would let us know, almost does not mean all.

Weaver, the brain behind Leading Edge Performance of Las Vegas, NV, is the owner of a fire-breathing, smoke-snorting, twin-turbocharged 2002 Dodge Viper GTS that puts out more than 1,500whp. The Viper's power output is enough to incite page after page of Internet web battling, but Weaver has little time to care about what other auto owners think of his ride. With 8.0 liters of displacement, two turbochargers and ten cylinders pounding away, there is almost no lag and boost is available anywhere in the rev range.

Weaver's best time so far is 9.1 seconds at 163mph in the quarter mile, and 8-second times are easily attainable with stickier tires. So Weaver's target of choice isn't a car, as there's been no four-wheeled vehicle that can catch this Viper. Rather, this Dodge was built to hunt down Las Vegas' most ballsy sport bike riders.

Few cars are capable of going this fast, and one would easily assume that any 1500whp ride is destined to end up wrapped around a tree. But Weaver is also the owner of a 1034whp street driven Toyota Supra that previously appeared in Turbo. Not afraid of four-digit power numbers, Weaver has been taking it to motorcycles for years on the Las Vegas pavement, and this American beast is his latest weapon.

Weaver began the project by shipping his Dodge to Underground Racing in Charlotte, NC. Underground Racing, a shop well versed in producing forced induction Vipers, tackled the task at hand by pulling the pushrod V-10 engine and disassembling it to its seams. A custom offset ground crankshaft was installed along with CP Pistons, billet main caps, Oliver connecting rods and Hellfire piston rings. Following all the internal work, the Viper's already monstrous displacement was increased from a huge 8.0L to an even more massive 8.4L. The camshaft was replaced with a custom "turbo" grind cam by Underground Racing, and Weaver had his cylinder heads ported and polished by Jeff Morey of Detroit, MI.