The official Street Serpent Q&A thread!!!

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by Homie, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. treesnake

    treesnake Enthusiast

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    I built this car to run MILE events. I am also planning to run the car in
    long distance, high speed events like the Silver State Classic....

    I was registered for the Texas Mile (last month) but the car wasn't completed....:dunno:

    To date, there are less than 200 miles on the engine build. I am still learning the power band. No "official" events yet.....;)

    I have only had the car to around 180..... so far..:D
    I am still amazed at how fast it gets there....

    The car felt great. Guess there's only one way to find out if the body will hold up. I hope to be able to answer your question, soon
     
  2. treesnake

    treesnake Enthusiast

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    Hey ROCKET62

    Here's the photos of tow hook....

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  3. Jeff Lemke

    Jeff Lemke Viper Owner

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    It's been over 4 years since there has been a post on this topic, and I suppose now is as good a time as any to post whats happening with Street Serpent. I've had requests and phone calls to build a few more of these but the Falcon F7 has taken all of my time and I've had to decline. It's sort of a shame as all this tooling is sitting around collecting dust. A lot of dust. I'm currently clearing things out to make room for the future and decided to sell the tooling in hopes some ethusiast will fire things back up again. It's not anything overly complicated and I think it would be great to see more Street Serpents hit the road.


    As far as servicing a older SS that may get damaged, the reality is it's been many, many years and NOBODY has asked for a replacement panel. I would also assume whoever buys the tooling would be able to manufacture any part if indeed the issue every did come up.


    I was just going through some of these pictures and the car still looks great. Doesn't seem dated at all.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/201187255838?item=201187255838&viewitem=&vxp=mtr
     
  4. treesnake

    treesnake Enthusiast

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    Hey Jeff
    Hope nobody thinks I am selling my car....:rolaugh:

    I love my SS as much as I did when I picked it up from you several years ago. All the panels have held up great. Still very solid....:2tu:

    All I have done is add some power....:headbang:
     
  5. Jeff Lemke

    Jeff Lemke Viper Owner

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    Pretty certain you have the most bad-ass viper I've ever seen.
     
  6. ROCKET62

    ROCKET62 Has Left the Room!

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    I always thought it was the 2nd most bad-ass Serpent Viper ever - lol.

     
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  7. 98intrigue

    98intrigue Viper Owner

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    I saw the tooling on eBay and wish I had some body shop friends that I could use to pick up this project. I only have your coupe rear end conversion on my vert, but would love a street serpent kit one day.
     
  8. DodgeViper01

    DodgeViper01 Viper Owner

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    Jeff, who did you end up selling the molds to?
     

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