I looking for anyone that might have info on the Comp Coupe in the pic. It was used in the publicity run against an F-16 in Arizona a number of years ago. I have several of the body panels from that car including the rare dual sided refueling ports roof assembly.
Wanting to know...
The VCC uses a modified OEM controller. Its based on Motorola. No AEM. You can plug in the Comp Coupe controller into a street car and it will run and vice versa. The MOTEC harness is an overlay to the factory.
If you have a real Comp Coupe, you cannot rely of the factory wiring diagram. You must use the Comp Coupe Wiring diagram as it interfaces with the stock one in many areas and there are many dead ends of the factory harness that get removed for use with the comp coupe.
All of the smaller formed ones have been discontinued from Chrysler for years. Even if they were still available, why in Gods name would you want to put 20-25 year old hoses on your car?
This isn't Walmart you know.
They made more Neons in a few weeks than Vipers in a year. Its the price you pay for exclusivity. Even the Head Light assy for my 13 Ram truck is over $350 and they make zillions of them.
Salvage yards are your other choice in you cant afford new.
I put the MOPAR 650 HP heads cam and intake on the car. It really screams. Bellangers. Roanoke did all of the work. As an added bonus, Ralph and **** W. signed the car. :)
I am a 60+ year old guy, just wanted something that pulled really hard going up the on ramps. Its got nav also.
I can't imagine that car ran worth a darn with the current Air intake on it. It's sucking Pure hot air from the radiator so it really must of pulled a lot of timing out of it when it did run.
I would not personally be concerned about the wear pattern on the brake rotors. If you lightly apply...
That looks to be a case of where the window drop feature that Is supposed to work when you open your door is not functioning.
In the service manual, there is a procedure that you can do to re-teach the window to operate properly. It posted on the forums/net too.
If that doesn't work go to the...
It is a very common Bosch relay. The other thing to do is mark the top of that relay so you can identify it and switch with one of the other relays on the fuse panel. There are 6 or more relays that have the exact same part number stamped on them in the fuse panel. You can get the same effect...