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How many miles on your snake?

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by 10 BANGER, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. billjr1

    billjr1 Enthusiast

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    Brand new 2008 Venom Red with white stripe, received jan 2010 had 80 miles on it,now 100, 20miles was mine! I can't take it !!!its cold,snow,salt on roads!!:(

    I get to stare at it every hour!:)
     
  2. v10viperbox

    v10viperbox Enthusiast

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    Bought it ~6 months ago with 3200, now has 8200. Everyday driver.
     
  3. Nixon's SRT

    Nixon's SRT Enthusiast

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    2005 Copperhead just under 72k
     
  4. gstg_96_rt10

    gstg_96_rt10 Enthusiast

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    1996 RT/10 - Just pasted 217,000 miles and going strong :cool:
     
  5. v10enomous

    v10enomous Enthusiast

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    Awesome... Post some pics and give us a little history...
     
  6. 1.8t

    1.8t Enthusiast

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    2009 Coupe with 3500 miles here. Of course, I have only had it a week and purchased it with 3300 miles.
     
  7. cetro993

    cetro993 Enthusiast

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    2010 with 580 and loved every minute of it :2tu:
     
  8. sssammm

    sssammm Enthusiast

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    2004 vert 13,201
     
  9. tcsracing1

    tcsracing1 Viper Owner

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    39000 miles black 05 SRT10 vert.

    multiple sets of tires. second suspension.

    love it!
     
  10. mattdillon

    mattdillon Enthusiast

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    Got my 00' RT 10 months ago with 7,900 now has 10,100!
     
  11. JnJ

    JnJ Viper Owner

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    2006 blue SRT10 vert - 26,179. Put a thousand miles on it in the last month, using it as a daily driver.
     
  12. speedchangesyou

    speedchangesyou Enthusiast

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    Just turned 100k
     
  13. steve e

    steve e Enthusiast

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    1995 Yellow RT10 98k 1999 Silver blue stripe GTS a little over 2000 miles, both ordered from factory with my name on the window sticker, so cool. Whats funny is the GTS is on its 3rd set of tires with 2000 miles, changed them do to age.
     
  14. dino

    dino Enthusiast

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    06 vert. 2200 very gentle miles. Haven't driven for 3 years . Waiting for knee and hip replacements.
     
  15. George Farris

    George Farris VCA Venom Member Venom Member

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    60,000 on my 2002 GTS

    Put 70,000 on my 1993 RT/10
     
  16. MoparMap

    MoparMap VCA National President Venom Member

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    I just rolled over 128,000 on my 04. Bought it with around 43,000 on the odometer if I remember right. It was January of 13 when I got it I believe. I did rebuild it right around 125,000 miles due to a spun rod bearing on a track day when I ran the oil a little too low, but I reused a lot of the parts. Just had the block cleaned and honed, no boring required. Reused most of the pistons, but bought two new rod and piston assemblies to replace the smoked ones as that was easier than just buying the rods themselves and having them swapped over. New rings, bearings, and seals. I did got ahead and upgrade the cam and valvetrain while i was there though. I had a flat spot on the stock cam I noticed when I was about to reinstall it, and the new cam required new springs and pushrods to go with it. Generally speaking though the wear was really good on the stock parts. I started running oil analyses on it the past few changes before the rebuild and they noted it was showing really good numbers. It was my stupid mistake the damaged things, not the engine's fault. Looking forward to another 125,000+.
     

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