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Session is now closed

Discussion in 'SRT Engineering Q/A' started by Lee00blacksilverGTS, Nov 15, 2006.

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  1. SRT Engineers

    SRT Engineers SRT Engineers VCA Member

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    Re: Session is finished

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Yes please send a private message unless you are comfortable sharing your VIN on the forum. We suggest a PM.
     
  2. KenricGTS

    KenricGTS Viper Owner

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    Re: Session is live

    What kind of ball park hp figure are you shooting for? Hopefully 650-700hp at the crank. I always have loved Vipers I just want to see us on top again!
     
  3. Vic

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    Re: Session is live

    I'm just going to blurt this one out-Is there any technical reason why Dodge continues to make a 90 degree block V10, instead of a more even firing 72 degree V10?
     
  4. SRT Engineers

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    Re: Session is live

    . . . . . . . . . .Sorry, fixed that issue. Please try again.
     
  5. Lee00blacksilverGTS

    Lee00blacksilverGTS Viper Owner

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    Re: Session is live

    Two more minutes folks and then we have to let these guys get home.
     
  6. ResumeSpeed

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    Re: Session is live

    THANKS again for another chat session, ALWAYS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED...

    I and many others look forward to seeing the new '08 Viper 8.4L VVT at NAIAS!
     
  7. SRT Engineers

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    Re: Session is live

    Assuming that cold weather is not a factor, the 1-2 shift shouldn't be stiff. Now.... you should check and make sure that the trans is properly filled. If you decide to change the fluid make sure you use the Mopar juice......
     
  8. SRT Engineers

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    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Viper V-10 is originally related to the iron block truck V10 which is related to the V8 LA engine family. They are from the same family tree.
     
  9. Y2K10 SRT#39

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    Re: Session is live

    Thank You SRTENGINEERS!!!!!

    PBR
     
  10. SRT Engineers

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    . . . . . . . .What's VVT? Is that like VTEC?
     
  11. Sam 01 RT10

    Sam 01 RT10 Viper Owner

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    Thanks again for all the help.
    I don't know how you type with a straight face.
    =)
     
  12. Lee00blacksilverGTS

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    Re: Session is live

    Thank you SRT, a great opportunity to obtain information. This session is now closed.
     
  13. Stray Cat

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    Re: Session is live

    Thanks so much - sincerely appreciate your time this evening. It was very beneficial !

    Regards,

    John (Stray Cat)
     
  14. SRT Engineers

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    Re: Session is live

    OK everyone, it's been fun and quite lively. thanks for playing by the rules and having such a good time with us. I hope everyone has a fine holiday season and we will be back again next year on this site. Goodnight.
     
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