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    99 ACRs

    If you are an owner of a 99 ACR, then please private message me. I'd like to share some information.
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    Or, you could just share it here, with everyone!
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    Hi i have a black 99 acr no stripes. I have had it for 4 years and love it. Any info would be greatly appreciated thanks Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99acrdave View Post
    Hi i have a black 99 acr no stripes. I have had it for 4 years and love it. Any info would be greatly appreciated thanks Dave
    By Chance did you purchase it from the Viper dealer in TX?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonB ~ PartsRack View Post
    Or, you could just share it here, with everyone!
    Shhh, it's a secret though!

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    Got a silver one, heavily modified.

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    ‘99 ACR Red w/Silver. I bought it brand new in July 1999 in Baird, Texas. I’ve road raced it, drag raced it, and road tripped it, it’s been a great ride, still is. It has been modified a bit.

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    i have a 1999 ACR black silver stripes originally owned by AJ Foyt.

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    1 of 45 Black Silver

    With 12,354 miles for sale $49,900

    https://classiccars.com/listings/vie...lifornia-91367

    With 12,839 miles for salvage auction

    https://www.iaai.com/vehicledetails/...US&RowNumber=4


    Who can name two visible items that may have contributed to this ACRs demise after 484.99 miles before impact.
    Last edited by Viperenvy; 03-16-2021 at 10:44 AM.
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    PILOT SPORT 1 TIRES, dumb ass driver still driving on them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatboy 18 View Post
    PILOT SPORT 1 TIRES
    Bing Bing Bing - 1 identified. The second that I am seeing is only because I was told how important vehicle balance is - not because I know anything on the subject.
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    Wrong. The HUGE-ass wing on the back unloaded the fronts. He needed a massive front splitter for proper balance to be able to simply drive around whatever he hit.

    I'll get my buffer ready!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTS Dean View Post
    Wrong. The HUGE-ass wing on the back unloaded the fronts. He needed a massive front splitter for proper balance to be able to simply drive around whatever he hit.

    I'll get my buffer ready!
    Bing Bing Bing - winner number 2 from the Great State of Texasssss....
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    I was liking that wing until I saw how it mounted!

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    I ve saw a few wrecked vipers in my day, that was a fairly low speed hit, looks worse because some one took the suspension apart, probably a body shop trying to decide weather to fix. If that thing was going at a speed that viper would look a hell of alot worse if the wing was able to unload the front wheels, more than likley that hit a pole or another car while turning. a viper wrecked at speed typically has alot more body damage to the corners. Some people put alittle too much faith in aero, that wing would have to properly be adjusted, most for looks are adjusted to just spill the air. tires could be a gripe, but more than likely some one screwing around around 25 mph hit something left front corner., the damage is actually pretty light, the hood didnt even shear and go in to the doors.
    Last edited by RyanLS.GEN2; 03-17-2021 at 01:58 PM.


 

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