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Discussion in 'General Viper Discussion' started by ViperJeff, Dec 20, 2015.
Was it the Copper head?? Or Sidewinder.?
Copperhead is correct!
How about the person that gets the answer correct finds a new question for everyone?
Only if the Black 92 sitting at CAAP was identified correctly
Works for me
Me thinks Sam is about to administer a Viper Trivia beat down on the rest of us....who can dethrone him.
So here is a quick one, Sam mentioned the first test mule VM01 had a Chrysler 360,,, it was bolted up to a German made Getrag 6 speed man trans,,Test mule VM02 got the cast iron 380 horsepower V10,,, What was the transmission that was bolted up to the V10.
There are conflicting reports, some say that it was a 5 speed manual others 6 speed.
As an aside I have a 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 with a late model (April 94) Gen I Viper engine bolted to a Diesel automatic. It bolts directly to the motor and the only fabrication was to modify the inspection cover from a cast iron truck V10 to cover the void. Major frame mods and a Corvette steering rack were needed. I still plan to modify the steering to get more travel from it, another of the many projects I have under way! The vehicle was created by a former VCA member and featured in a couple magazine articles. I chased it down from ebay after the local Dodge dealer reneged on a hand shake deal and tried to get $10K over on a SRT10 Ram truck I had ordered. I liked the automatic and it works flawlessly controlled by a modified V10 truck ECU. I also have a V10 3500 4x4.
And I would have just guessed T56
Borg-Warner six speed.
Crap..... I read that, guess it didn't sink in
Looks like I need to put up another question
How many engine configurations where there for the Viper GTS-R?
Can you identify them?
For the street car, as shown in the picture , 1 the same as in every other Viper , just has smooth intake tubes like the later ACR. If you are taking about the race car, there were 3 , a 525,650, and a 700 hp versions, the 525 was in house engineered, the 650 and 700 were made with the help of Caldwell Development Inc.
...And he fights through the misdirect and ...Scores!!!!!!
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
I'll have another one Monday. Everyone will be pretty much bust Sunday
Sam, you can't answer this one.
What Viper Quarterly Magazine was Sam featured in?
I don't even remember that one, would have to find the magazine!
I have every Viper Mag from the first one, so if I look, one of them on the front cover is going to say Sam Goldfarb. If I have to page through each one, that's not going to happen. Anyway that's cool Sam that you were in the Magazine.
I forgot to look, but I don't think my name is on the cover.
Somewhere in 2004???
I don't have the magazine with me. In the article is a picture of Sam, a red Viper, and two red trucks.
Right! The vehicles in the picture are all 1997 and V-10 Powered. The 3500 4x4 is cast iron V10 and the 1500 is a Gen I Viper Engine/Auto Trans.
Wow Sam, what a huge honor.
Thanks! They used to do feature articles on members. They would call you and interview you and ask for a picture of you and your car. I suspect the people that make up the magazines are still glad to get articles, pics and input to help flesh out the magazines. In Ohio we used to submit articles several times every year and see them all eventually get published.
Congrats Sam, it was a good read
How many "Canada Final Edition" Vipers were built?
Can you tell me what the Production Year is?
2002 was model year for FE. 360 were made in total....going off memory here, not looking at registry.....33 were Canadian.
These Canadian Vipers were built in 2010
Here is the Viper