IVR Equipment List Project

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by ViperJeff, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. ViperJeff

    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    This will be a fun one that will probably take me months to complete. A sample of that can be found here:

    http://www.theviperregistry.com/GEN I/1992 Viper Equipment List.php

    This has been put together to benefit those who own Vipers, used to own Vipers, would like to own a Viper or to maybe see just how rare, different or collectable your Viper may be. As you are looking at the break down, you might ask, how am I supposed to know what I have. Use the following link:

    https://www.dodge.com/webselfservic...recall&country=us&emailUrl=goToEmailForm('R')

    You must know your 17 digit VIN!!!

    The Equipment List you download will match up with the page, some items you will have other not.

    I know there are a great many that have tried to tell me this endeavor is not information the Viper enthusiast is interested in. I'm good with that. With this information on the International Viper Registry, supported by the Original Viper Club some will be able to do their research when they want to. You may at some point see this data surface on other web sites, know that it a copy and the information was acquired without permission.

    I do encourage people to drop by and take a peek at what we are doing, even those that think this process is silly.

    Enjoy
    Vj
     
  2. MoparMap

    MoparMap VCA National President

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    Diesel exhaust brakes? That's interesting. I think this is a really cool idea. I know we basically have the same thing at my current job (I design industrial trucks). We have our option codes and whatnot and most of the trucks are fairly custom to a certain degree. We've got a long option list from everything we done through the years. Neat to see what was really available for the car. Curious to see how it will pan out for all the other years.
     
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    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    Diesel exhaust brakes?

    Yea, weird. I know what they are and did a little googling to see if I could learn more, no joy. This would have been a fun question for the Grailkeeper
     
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    MoparMap VCA National President

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    I wonder if that covers engineering test and mule cars any. I could see them putting exhaust brakes on to do some kind of testing, but can't imagine them being on a customer car unless it was some kind of crazy setup to reduce exhaust noise for local compliance.
     
  5. ViperJeff

    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    I’ll have to look and post up which Vipers they were on...... when I get home
     
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    redtanrt10 Viper Owner

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    Thanks Jeff!! In the 1992 example, will you ultimately be able to figure our how many '94's, by color, had a tan interior?

    Also, was going to use the equipment vin tool but I see it doesn't work for vehicle built before 1998

    thanks!! Mike
     
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    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    I pulled this one just a few seconds ago. You must have the 17 digit VIN

    Here is one of the
    Diesel exhaust brakes

    Equipment Listing


    VIN xxxxxxxxxxxxx0023
    Vehicle Description 1992 DODGE VIPER RT/10 TWO-DR CONVERTIBLE

    Monotone Paint

    120 Amp Alternator

    650 Amp Maintenance Free Battery

    4-Wheel Disc Brakes

    Open

    Floor Carpet

    Full Length Floor Console

    3.07 Rear Axle Ratio

    Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle

    Tinted Windshield Glass

    Sun Visors w/Illum Vanity Mirrors

    Left Manual Breakaway Mirror

    Right Breakaway Mirror

    Manual Mirrors, Fold-Away

    Heater

    Instrument Panel

    180 MPH Primary Speedometer

    Var Intermittent Windshield Wipers

    Dual Note Electric Horns

    DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE

    DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE

    Warning Chime

    Headlamps On Warning Chimes

    STANDARD EQUIPMENT

    Halogen Headlamps

    Fog Lamps

    Front Air Dam

    Federal Emissions

    Viper Red Clear Coat

    Power Rack and Pinion Steering

    Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel

    Sport Suspension

    Tilt Steering Column

    Compact Spare Tire

    275/40R22 BWS A/S Tires

    17X7.0 Steel Black Wheels

    Without Billable Fuel

    Export U.S. Specifications

    Leather Trimmed Bucket Seats

    DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE

    High Back Bucket Seats

    All Manual Transmissions

    6-Speed Manual TREMEC Transmission

    All Engines

    8.0L V10 SFI Engine

    Driver Side Illuminated Sun Visor

    All Vehicles W/O Power Mirrors

    Viper Red Clear Coat

    All Tires

    Build To U.S. Mkt. Specifications

    Customer Preferred Package 2DA

    OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

    Customer Preferred Package 21A

    Intl. Price Protection A

    Gas Guzzler Tax

    Coso Spbr Not Required

    Special Scheduling Condition I

    Diesel Exhaust Brakes (Mopar)
     
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    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    Based on the equiment Listing, this is how Dodge identified the interior for 1994

    Leather Trimmed Bucket Seats
    DESCRIPTION NOT AVAILABLE
    High Back Bucket Seats
     
  9. MoparMap

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    Hmm, now I want to try to find Mopar exhaust brakes to see what they even look like. Would not have thought of that as a Mopar part.
     

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