High Mile Srt-4 Club - Dodge SRT Forum
View Poll Results: What's the mileage on your car?
under 20,000 miles 2 0.71%
20,000 - 30,000 3 1.07%
30,000 - 40,000 4 1.42%
40,000 - 50,000 8 2.85%
50,000 - 60,000 13 4.63%
60,000 - 70,000 13 4.63%
70,000 - 80,000 8 2.85%
80,000 - 90,000 22 7.83%
90,000 - 100,000 21 7.47%
100,000 - 110,000 47 16.73%
110,000 - 120,000 23 8.19%
120,000 - 130,000 24 8.54%
130,000 - 140,000 20 7.12%
140,000 - 150,000 19 6.76%
150,000 - 160,000 17 6.05%
160,000 - 170,000 11 3.91%
170,000 + 26 9.25%
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post #1 of 808 (permalink) Old 05-17-2009, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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well i was wondering how many miles people are getting out of there cars so far, so i will start it off

2003 95k no major work just replaced some bearings and the turbo. of course timing belt and water pump
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50k. stock block, ~15- 20k at ~400whp


AEM EMS, 2150cc injectors, PTE 6262, howards rods,strapkit, Eliminator Fuel pump, RealTune 5speed, BC stage 4 cams, Ported head, JMFAB intake manifold, Fuel surge tank, walbro 255, 5 bar MAP sensor, Weld wheels, HOOSIER QTP, Weisco Pistons, ARP head studs, Gates timing belt...,...,...
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2003 81k miles on her same stock turbo, just recently started getting bad sputter so something needs to be changed


gt3076r- the balls
fwd performance-the brains
new build complete.. numbers coming soon
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2005 srt 26,000 =]
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2005 srt 26,000 =]
This is a HIGH milage thread, not LOW milage thread dumass
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2005 and beat on with 75k and goin strong.

dodge did a hellava job with this motor it deff takes the abuse and loves it.

-SMOKE-EM-UP- Eatin V8's spit on 6's and sh**in on any other

**OLD ET(2008): 12.715 @ 110.686 2.038 60ft
91/meth Street tires** :
best 60ft- 1.972 street tires

**E85 NUMBERS coming SOON**
NEW e85=13.0 @ 113 2.4 60ft street tires
plan to retune TCS for bettr 60ft
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107k.

Timing belt replaced. Everything else is tip top.
Replacing the turbo and pumps soon, just cause I know it's probably about to go.

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90,000 miles most of them with current mods, and a few runs down the track. Factory bake pads (need new ones soon), factory belts, hoses, coolant (also needs changing). The only thing I have replaced are the oil, tranny fluid, and decklid badges (silver is peeling off). This car is reliable as fuck.

S3R W/Toys and most bolt ons
WOT box with 2 step
safc tuned

When you tell me about how nice your interior is I can't hear you because I'M TOO FAR AHEAD OF YOU!!!
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98k here 2004




403 HP 391 TQ

AGP Zeta 3.0 installed...
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89k, all have been stock set-up, putting a 47lb s3r (should be close to 400hp)

no big issues, just wheel bearings, axles...

a few small things like coolant leaks and what not, easy fixes tho.

pulled my stock turbo off that had 88k on it, zero shaft play.

04 srt4 built, crane 18, pte 6262, ragetek extended input shaft 448/412 pump
05 mustang gt, comp thumpr stage 2 cams, pypes full exhaust, roush intake, hurst STS, FRPP 4.10 gears, and a supercharger sitting in the garage.
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2005 here just hit 68,000 stock turbo stage1 getting ready to change timing belt and few other things

Its still only a neon
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69,256 miles on a 2003. Axles and aftermarket parts are the only things that give me problems. I haven't changed the waterpump or the timing belt yet.
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2004 with 93k, only changed the lca bushings, a wheel bearing, and the clutch. Get'n ready to change the timing belt, water pump etc.

Turner's DIY
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03 w/ 160k

Ive replaced but not limited too..

3 motors
2 trannys
3 clutches
4 turbos
5 sets of injectors
2 fuel pumps
2 wheel bearings
3 exhaust systems
5 sets of wheels
1 drivers seat
2 windshields
I forget how many sets of rotors

And Endless amounts of brake pads...

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ur all idiots and noobs.
Stop giving out retarded information

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03 w/ 160k

Ive replaced but not limited too..

3 motors
2 trannys
3 clutches
4 turbos
5 sets of injectors
2 fuel pumps
2 wheel bearings
3 exhaust systems
5 sets of wheels
1 drivers seat
2 windshields
I forget how many sets of rotors

And Endless amounts of brake pads...
You win.
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