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    I would suspect the delay is related to business...

    I would suspect the delay is related to business priorities. They can work on high volume production runs, or your single one-off pump. Understandable from a business standpoint, but sucks from your...
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    Cardone = Mexi-rebuild I do have an unsed...

    Cardone = Mexi-rebuild

    I do have an unsed Cardone rebuild if you want to play that lotto again. They did get the gasket surfaces clean...
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    That plug is for a GTS. It is not used on the RT.

    That plug is for a GTS. It is not used on the RT.
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    Lack of maintenance is what kills them. It may...

    Lack of maintenance is what kills them. It may be too late now so just an FYI.
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    You're good for 4 more years now so go drive the...

    You're good for 4 more years now so go drive the piss out of it.
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    Moog is quality parts. I guess not everyone...

    Moog is quality parts. I guess not everyone knows how to install them right? :t0135:
  7. Drill it and install a fitting there. It's not...

    Drill it and install a fitting there. It's not that complicated to do.
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    So for $202 from a Viper vendor you can get new...

    So for $202 from a Viper vendor you can get new boots that will do all 4 corners. But from a non Viper vendor you can get 4 brand new Moog links to do the same for $80. Err, you get new links and...
  9. The bent map port is damage. The rubber cap was...

    The bent map port is damage. The rubber cap was a non effective means of preventing that damage. They are easy to bend back. Done it more than once.

    Evap systems did change a little over the...
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    Typically, one cannot look at or measure a sensor...

    Typically, one cannot look at or measure a sensor like that to determine if it's functional or not esp if it works half the time. Put a new one in.
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    1) A very thin layer of blue RTV won't hurt...

    1) A very thin layer of blue RTV won't hurt anything. Be sure and put a dab of it at the bottom corners where the pan meets the timing cover regardless.

    2) Dunk it in the neighbor's swimming pool...
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    That's a very odd looking battery. What brand or...

    That's a very odd looking battery. What brand or kind is it?

    The terminals, or lugs, are not welded to the battery cable typically. Soldering, mechanical crimping, or cast in place are common...
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    Agree with the crawl under the car and look idea....

    Agree with the crawl under the car and look idea. It's free.

    Given that it appears you do not have issue for the first bit after a cool down, it would lean toward something that heats up as the...
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    You should not even be monitoring your long term...

    You should not even be monitoring your long term trims for tuning. You should be looking at your short term trims only. Matter of fact the best way to tune is with the long term trims turned OFF. ...
  15. That thing in the middle of your rear deck lid......

    That thing in the middle of your rear deck lid... Now all you need is a front splitter in the middle of your hood. You know, because aero parts randomly stuck in the middle of body panels is so...
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    The tensioner should be replaced every 4 years as...

    The tensioner should be replaced every 4 years as should the belt. That time period has nothing to do with miles driven as the "wear" on those parts is just as much time as miles. Elastomeric parts...
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    1) look at the pulley when running to observe for...

    1) look at the pulley when running to observe for wobble.

    2) from the side look at the belt to ensure all the pulleys line up with each other and the belt isn't rubbing the shoulder of the pulley....
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    Liquid Wrench to soak the slip joints. Can take...

    Liquid Wrench to soak the slip joints. Can take HOURS or even DAYS to work.

    A large rubber mallet to TAP on the joints to loosen them as well as the muffler to move it rearward.

    But mostly,...
  19. Strips? LMFAO they are called stripes bro.

    Strips? LMFAO they are called stripes bro.
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    Lead acid. Read about all of the problems with...

    Lead acid. Read about all of the problems with AGM in Vipers. I've been using lead acid batteries in all of my vehicles for over 40 years and don't have any corrosion issues at all. Probably...
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    Coils? Howe is a tube style radiator. Where the...

    Coils? Howe is a tube style radiator. Where the tubes go in to the end tanks that is the tube sheet. If that is indeed just a terminology descrepancy and we are talking about the same thing the tubes...
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    So is it leaking from the tube sheet or from one...

    So is it leaking from the tube sheet or from one of the tank fabrication weld seams? Or somewhere else.
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    Helpful tip: don't do the repair splice in the...

    Helpful tip: don't do the repair splice in the doorjamb/loom area. Solder joints do not bend as the orignal wires would have, but they will break on either side of the solder joint. The best way to...
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    That radiator isn't warped. It was twisted...

    That radiator isn't warped. It was twisted during assembly in the manufacturing process. I've had many RDR, Roe, Howe radiators and they are all twisted. It has nothing to do with the failure.
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  25. You can lift the frame almost anywhere there are...

    You can lift the frame almost anywhere there are places to put the jack. The frame is very rigid inside of the front and rear horns. Common sense will work on this.
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