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  1. A less expensive possible alternative would be to...

    A less expensive possible alternative would be to build a short platform to drive onto with a void tailored to fit the floor lift. You could do 2-by's with plywood deck, and all sorts of options for...
  2. That is the backstory we need to help you. You...

    That is the backstory we need to help you. You have a a laudable goal, with a solid chassis and experience-based foundation to build upon. I ran with SASCA back in '94-'95 with my brand new '93 RT....
  3. For Auto-X, here's an entirely different...

    For Auto-X, here's an entirely different perspective to consider:

    The Belanger headers will work extremely well for your low end torque requirement. Keep the pickles. You specifically want a...
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    I know Aevus is a VERY strong proponent of large...

    I know Aevus is a VERY strong proponent of large amounts of caster and pretty strong camber. If your car is mostly road driven, I would recommend a bit more moderate settings.

    I don't know for...
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    Nice work. I would suggest moving your bump cans...

    Nice work. I would suggest moving your bump cans down to the LCA. You can get to the rears for adjustment pretty easily. Fronts will require jacking. I used some 2" radiator hose to slip them in.
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    They did. They made the steering rack...

    They did. They made the steering rack height-adjustable with shims under the main attachment bolts. Ditto with the rear - adjustable height inner toe links. The question becomes which is easier to...
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    Gen 4 and 5 have plenty of brake for the car....

    Gen 4 and 5 have plenty of brake for the car. Learn to be quick by using them as little as necessary. Since you say you're not going to use it as a primary track car, just run it comfortably within...
  8. I'm assuming it's just steel OD tubing much like...

    I'm assuming it's just steel OD tubing much like annealed brake line. It looks like the bulb end that the hose pushes onto is formed similar to the first stage of a standard inverted flare brake...
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    Fuel, tires and brakes - same as any other car....

    Fuel, tires and brakes - same as any other car. Just more/bigger.
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    Great commentary and glad you got to explore the...

    Great commentary and glad you got to explore the envelope a bit. Too bad you won't have it on the track again, but it IS a gorgeous car! Since you have other alternatives, I can understand your...
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    Everything's bigger/better in Texas! You know...

    Everything's bigger/better in Texas! You know that now, don't you? :)
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    Do the replacement pads have sensors in them or...

    Do the replacement pads have sensors in them or not? As long as the pedal feels good and it's seat of the pants is good and you're not scared I'd keep on driving it. Take your lawyer hat off and put...
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    DP=Daytona Prototype

    DP=Daytona Prototype
  14. Ditto what Dave said. Bend it back carefully. The...

    Ditto what Dave said. Bend it back carefully. The four nipples at the front are standard for all Gen 2s for sure, and possibly all back to '94. The lower 2 ports are for PCV return. The upper 2 ports...
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    That warranty is absolutely the best money a...

    That warranty is absolutely the best money a Viper owner/track enthusiast can ever spend after buying the car in the first place. I got 2 new trannys and a diff in my car, but I never modded the...
  16. You need to have controlled relief out of the...

    You need to have controlled relief out of the trunk lid so you don't overstress anything while it expands. You also don't want that sticky crap getting on your paint either. But, you'll have lots of...
  17. Expanding foam inside a plastic bag would provide...

    Expanding foam inside a plastic bag would provide custom contoured support for the weekend. Just a thought for consideration.
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    Best of luck, be safe and have fun!

    Best of luck, be safe and have fun!
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    I've had this issue on my Gen 2 - particularly...

    I've had this issue on my Gen 2 - particularly when running hard at the track. Is what it is. Do you guys drive them hard on hilly, winding roads that would tend to slosh the lubricant around inside...
  20. Thread: Help AC noise

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    Does it work correctly, or not? Where does the...

    Does it work correctly, or not? Where does the buzzing seem to originate from? Things I would check first are loose compressor mounting bolts, followed by the clutch and hard lines for missing clamps.
  21. If you need more than 2 bottles of brake fluid to...

    If you need more than 2 bottles of brake fluid to completely flush the system, you are doing things very, very wrong.
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    Hard core Gen 2 holdout guy says sequentials are...

    Hard core Gen 2 holdout guy says sequentials are for those who never mastered heel & toe and are taking easy street. We need more manly men driving H-pattern boxes! :p0257:
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    I get where you're coming from. All race car...

    I get where you're coming from. All race car setups are necessarily a compromise for different track variables and how hard the driver is able to push. Some just don't want to get that far down in...
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    Studying more closely, I may be looking at the...

    Studying more closely, I may be looking at the windage tray with an extended section spot welded to the upper part.
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    As long as you know minimum tire pressures and...

    As long as you know minimum tire pressures and camber angles, why not?
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