Woodhouse Transmission Mount

Discussion in 'Vendor Review: Woodhouse Dodge' started by Black Moon, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. Black Moon

    Black Moon Viper Owner

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    Duly noted but I've alsredy apoligized to 2000 Black RT10 and PM'd Bob but never heard back. I will place an ad in the future. Thanks for the heads up.

    If I could go back and erase the events of that evening (especially the personal events) I would.

    Pease everyone
     
  2. vancouver-gts

    vancouver-gts Viper Owner

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    Wheel hop will always be there on Vipers with fixed rate shocks and that tremendous low end torque .As Bob said ,get an adjustable shock with rebound adjust feature.Offroad bikes wouldn't make it without . My 96 Mustang GT came with quad shocks in the rear standard [ two placed horizontally ] from the factory to combat wheel hop .When I broke the engine mounts it didn't develop wheel hop at all. Wheel hop is caused by drive train .:eater:
     
  3. Tom F&L GoR

    Tom F&L GoR Viper Owner

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    Perhaps we need the forum to provide such recognition and designate official titles.

    I nominate Mike, Chassis Design Geek of the Realm.
     
  4. dave6666

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    Dave, Beer Tester Geek of the Realm :dunno:
     
  5. plumcrazy

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    i second this !
     
  6. Vipuronr

    Vipuronr Viper Owner

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    Though not needed, I "third" this! Clearly, Mike knows his chassis speak!:D

    And, btw, I too appreciated the explanation of the Woodhouse situation....who knew? (Okay I, for one, did not know).
     
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