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X2. Back in April 2009 I purchased my 2nd Brand New 2008 Viper Coupe for 69K(MSRP of almost 91K). So I have an extremely difficult time justifying...
Yea - Thanks for that...jk
Just called about one like yours yesterday. 142K original MSRP. Asking 95K and holding.
Funny part was, on their website, it said something like...
You may be better off just trading it in on another car like I did.
Couldn't give my 1,800 mile VR '08 Coupe away for $62,500(Mods +...
If you're interested, I have a STOCK Gen4 Lower Intake Manifold for sale. Perfect for porting should you want to retain your stocker.
I've got a Stock GenIV Diff for sale out of my '08 w/ <500 miles - Which I traded in a month ago. No issues/As new.
It was removed because I...
Do/Can they use the same Oil Filter? Thanks.
lol...At that price - I would guess *maybe* another ~5-6 years or so?
'08 Coupe w/ 1,850 miles. Exhaust, Gears, Intake, PCM. Asking 65K.
I don't have to dump my '08 VR Coupe, but it is F/S on the 'other' site. (I can't put it in the classifieds here???)
I'm wanting a 2013 Shelby...
I'm right acorss Rt. 309 - Not too far from you.
YES, the ECU needs to be installed by a dealer. I bought my MOPAR ECU from Woodhouse. Had it...
I've got the Mopar ECU - It doesn't really make that much of a difference in throttle feel. Though it does allow you to do some mods and not get a...
lol...No sh!t? (Thanks for the Ported Intake. You didn't sell it directly to me, but I ended up with it.:D)
I meant the guy who started the thread.
Where are you located?
What can you do? You can purchase an Max Care Warranty from Chrysler.
I just put a 7yr/50,000 mile Max Care (100$ Deductible) on my 1,700 mile...
Let us know when you get the bracket made.
I'd also prefer an all Black -AN and hose option. If possible.
Honestly, that's what I want. I really don't want to do any drilling.
On System 2, how is the 'Bracket' attached?
I have no dyno numbers, but Mark's manifold eventually found its way onto my engine. Also have ROE H/F cats/Corsa, Mopar PCM, and filter.
^What Mark said. Mopar PCM takes care of it. :)
No problems w/ the Mopar ECU here. 93 octane.
Interested to see if this will continue to work and not set a code. Please keep us updated.