New Gen III Owner!

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by awes3939, Aug 22, 2017.

  1. awes3939

    awes3939 VCA Member - Great Lakes

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    Hello all,

    After 3 corvettes ('02 Z06, Mallett Hammer '02 Z06, '08 Z06), I finally made my way up to a Viper.
    It's a 2006 coupe with a Paxton blower, Niche wheels, Corsa exhaust, KW coilovers, and a nice sound system.
    I just need to do something about this cabin heat! I think Roe HFCs will help, how about that Koolmat system? I sweat way too much, lol.

    Look forward to learning more and being in the community!

    Eric :beer:
     

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  2. Shaggy

    Shaggy Enthusiast Staff Member

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    Welcome to the forum! Viper looks great! Any mod plans besides what's on it already?
     
  3. Lawrenzo

    Lawrenzo Viper Owner

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    Welcome to the "Throttle Cable" club! Get 'em while you can, 'cause they ain't making no more!
     
  4. ViperJeff

    ViperJeff VCA Legacy Member - UT/AZ Staff Member

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    Very nice!!!!!!
     
  5. JANEY

    JANEY VCA Member - Great Lakes

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    Welcome! Congratulations! Nice Viper!
     
  6. awes3939

    awes3939 VCA Member - Great Lakes

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    Thank you! I'm looking into doing HFC's and (possibly) headers. I like the Roe HFCs from what I've read. Just want to eliminate heat! And sound cool. :)
    Was also looking into doing an APR front splitter and maybe some carbon canards up front like the ACR. Would love to do a fat rear diffuser with more fins too....and a Gen IV hood (which seem to be hard to find).

    That's what I've heard vs the Gen IV! Couldn't be happier :)

    Thank you sir!

    Thank you very much!
     
  7. chicagopd50

    chicagopd50 Enthusiast

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    i went with cat deletes and my car was day and night with cabin heat issues... i assume high flow cats would be almost the same..
     
  8. Marquis7676

    Marquis7676 Viper Owner

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    Double check to be sure you aren't just running the factory H-pipe exhaust. I have cat back Corsas, the car cooled down significantly after they were installed and the H-pipe was removed.
     
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  9. ViperCobra

    ViperCobra Viper Owner

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    Very Nice. Congrats!
     
  10. awes3939

    awes3939 VCA Member - Great Lakes

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    Yes, I think HFCs are next in line. It's ridiculously hot inside!

    I have the cat-back Corsa as well. I think it's the cats that are jamming up with so much heat (probably since SC too)

    Thanks man!
     

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