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    Stick with OEM.

    Stick with OEM.
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    For the header to head connection, just use an...

    For the header to head connection, just use an OEM MLS gasket (or something equivalent). Paper/RTV or anything else similar won't get the job done.

    MLS gaskets are usually reusable. If yours look...
  3. Thread: Air fuel gauge

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    Is it at least bank-to-bank?

    Is it at least bank-to-bank?
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    The throttle response in the Gen 4 isn't that...

    The throttle response in the Gen 4 isn't that bad. As long as you plan out far enough in advance (a couple of weeks is sufficient), it'll generally do what you want it to...if it feels like it.
  5. Thread: Air fuel gauge

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    I only run one sensor/gauge (AEM 30-0300,...

    I only run one sensor/gauge (AEM 30-0300, installed pre-cat on the driver's side) on my '08, more so out of convenience than anything.

    Monitoring both banks is certainly useful, at least so you...
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    Short answer: yes.

    Short answer: yes.
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    Taken with an iPhone?

    Taken with an iPhone?
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    Personally, I'll never buy another aftermarket...

    Personally, I'll never buy another aftermarket shifter unless I can try one first.

    I chased my tail for years on my old T-56 equipped Camaro when it came to shifters - it had a Hurst from the...
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    WD-40 sprayed on what? Spraying the clutch...

    WD-40 sprayed on what?

    Spraying the clutch pedal wouldn't be a problem, but spraying WD-40 into the bell housing is gonna result in a bad time.
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    One other tip - in order to get in the car, my...

    One other tip - in order to get in the car, my butt goes in first, and then I swing my feet over the side sills. Getting out, both feet come out first, and then I pull myself out.

    With this car,...
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    I'm 6'4", 220 lbs with an '08 coupe. In order...

    I'm 6'4", 220 lbs with an '08 coupe.

    In order to fit comfortably and drive the car safely, I had to do the following:

    1. Remove dead pedal
    2. Pedals all the way forward (towards firewall)
    3....
  12. I can't really comment due to a lack of...

    I can't really comment due to a lack of knowledge/experience, but two things stuck out to me:

    1. Dailey Engineering makes dry sumps for Gen 2-5 Vipers - you can even retain your A/C for Gen 3-5...
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    Is the clutch stock, or aftermarket? I...

    Is the clutch stock, or aftermarket?

    I wouldn't expect to hear squealing out of the stock clutch friction materials, unless maybe it has been worn down to the rivets. If it was aftermarket,...
  14. Poll: The flex pipe is there for a reason. The engine...

    The flex pipe is there for a reason. The engine on stock motor mounts moves a fair amount, and something has to allow the exhaust to move along with it or you'll end up with cracks somewhere in the...
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    RPS makes the clutches to Nth Moto's specs, and...

    RPS makes the clutches to Nth Moto's specs, and puts Nth Moto's name on it.
  16. Has to be done on the car once you've made all...

    Has to be done on the car once you've made all adjustments, making sure everything is exactly where you want it.
  17. As has already been stated, it is a known issue,...

    As has already been stated, it is a known issue, and tack welds are the answer.
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    It is not a separate gasket - it is embedded in...

    It is not a separate gasket - it is embedded in the drain plug. If you need to replace it, you replace the entire drain plug.

    Generally not needed unless you do something to damage the seal.
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    I took some when I did a clutch swap a few years...

    I took some when I did a clutch swap a few years back: https://driveviper.com/forums/threads/21571-Nth-Moto-Gen-4-Clutch?p=373624&viewfull=1#post373624

    I'm sure you could get better ones...mine...
  20. That's a great looking ride.

    That's a great looking ride.
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    The rev limiter on my Gen 4 is now set to 6,600....

    The rev limiter on my Gen 4 is now set to 6,600. Stock rev limit was 6,400.
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    The media sure loved them...still do for the most...

    The media sure loved them...still do for the most part.

    Their reputation in the Viper community is another story. There were apparently some folks back in the day that got absolutely hosed by...
  23. Thread: Posting pics

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    Taken with an iPhone by any chance?

    Taken with an iPhone by any chance?
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    No one likes the tuna here.

    No one likes the tuna here.
  25. Thread: New TPMS

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    DIY TPMS tools have come a long way over the past...

    DIY TPMS tools have come a long way over the past few years, and they have also really come down in cost.

    Looks like Gen 3/4 owners now have another solid option that is known to work for these...
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