The Indiana Kentucky Viper Club sponsored the opening day at Indy again this year. This is a heads up for new owners. We have a 1994. These things eat batteries. We made it down to Indy and almost to the track. The beast died on 16th street. Let it chill and got it started. Here is what I learned from the old guys. The Gen I's won't charge a battery below 1300 RPM's. The radiator fan was on and I kicked on the heater fan because we were starting to heat up. At that point there was not enough battery left to fire the coil packs. Scrambled the computer. On the way home I shut everything down. Kept the rev's above 3000. In 5th gear I could hear a misfire as the computer didn't have enough power to fire correctly. Died in the driveway. Here is another sign that your battery is shot; the alarm set light on the dash will randomly turn on. Hope this helps someone.