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    Nice, wish I could find a deal like that ��.

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    Yupp just take your time and the right one will find you. I bought my loaded 13 gts with track pack for right around 75 with 6k miles back in july.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullitt2735 View Post
    Yupp just take your time and the right one will find you. I bought my loaded 13 gts with track pack for right around 75 with 6k miles back in july.

    So whats wrong with 13, 14 15 gen v engine? I read that it has r28 and r29 recalls. Some engines even goes out with couple of thousand miles. Or should i better off get a 16s gen v instead? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baabeeland View Post
    So whats wrong with 13, 14 15 gen v engine? I read that it has r28 and r29 recalls. Some engines even goes out with couple of thousand miles. Or should i better off get a 16s gen v instead? Thanks
    I was told basically that the engines got better each year..14 motor better than the 13, 15 better than the 14, and so on. I was told by the owner of the roanoake, il dealership.. John Gassman.
    2016 Viper..Yorange GTC
    9.0 L 800 HP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baabeeland View Post
    So whats wrong with 13, 14 15 gen v engine? I read that it has r28 and r29 recalls. Some engines even goes out with couple of thousand miles. Or should i better off get a 16s gen v instead? Thanks
    There has been some issues with all years I believe but the overall majority were with the 13 and 14 cars. I personally sought out an R28 car that passed so that my entire power train was covered until 2023. I also have a bad habit of modifying all my cars and figured if I had a warranty I would be less likely to modify it... it worked for a few months, I just started to collect some mods over Christmas HAHA

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    most all engines that blew have been run low on oil


 
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