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View Poll Results: What's the mileage on your car?
under 20,000 miles 1 0.37%
20,000 - 30,000 2 0.74%
30,000 - 40,000 4 1.48%
40,000 - 50,000 8 2.95%
50,000 - 60,000 12 4.43%
60,000 - 70,000 12 4.43%
70,000 - 80,000 8 2.95%
80,000 - 90,000 22 8.12%
90,000 - 100,000 20 7.38%
100,000 - 110,000 45 16.61%
110,000 - 120,000 23 8.49%
120,000 - 130,000 23 8.49%
130,000 - 140,000 20 7.38%
140,000 - 150,000 18 6.64%
150,000 - 160,000 17 6.27%
160,000 - 170,000 11 4.06%
170,000 + 25 9.23%
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post #16 of 799 (permalink) Old 05-18-2009, 01:56 PM
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Learned alot about turbo cars along the way with this car. Made some good choices mad some bad ones that costed me.

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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...
The little skittle that could...

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OP needs to delete this thread and start one for 100k+miles only SRT4's. I dont think 26k miles, or even 75k miles is considered high mileage for any modern day car.
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OP needs to delete this thread and start one for 100k+miles only SRT4's. I dont think 26k miles, or even 75k miles is considered high mileage for any modern day car.
High mileage for a car that invites abuse as much as srt's do, can not be considered in the same breath as a high milage senior driven honda accord. It is also rare to find an srt that has not been modded in some way, which will always put more stress on the cars components, causing them to fail sooner.

My '05 with 100,000km could be considered high milage due to the fact that the car has been used for basic driver's ed since new and has been involved in some form of racing(rallyx,time attack and autox) almost every weekend since day 1. I'm still on the stock clutch and have replaced both front axles with DSS which was a terrible mistake(4 dss axles in the last 6 months). Unless you are running really high hp, the oem axles seem to be much more reliable. I switched back to oem axles. All other part swaps were done for performance, not because anything had failed.

Out side of axle issues and a couple electrical bugs the car has been rock solid for the last 4 years and I see myself racing this car until I get caught up in a firey wreck and the neon dies for good.

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04 85,000
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High mileage for a car that invites abuse as much as srt's do, can not be considered in the same breath as a high milage senior driven honda accord. It is also rare to find an srt that has not been modded in some way, which will always put more stress on the cars components, causing them to fail sooner.

My '05 with 100,000km could be considered high milage due to the fact that the car has been used for basic driver's ed since new and has been involved in some form of racing(rallyx,time attack and autox) almost every weekend since day 1. I'm still on the stock clutch and have replaced both front axles with DSS which was a terrible mistake(4 dss axles in the last 6 months). Unless you are running really high hp, the oem axles seem to be much more reliable. I switched back to oem axles.

Out side of axle issues and a couple electrical bugs the car has been rock solid for the last 4 years and I see myself racing this car until I get caught up in a firey wreck and the neon dies for good.
I wish my driver's ed course had a srt as the it's vehicle.
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ok since i started this i will say high milage to me is 75k plus " thats going by the high milage oil lol"

some good milage on here, i figured this would help people who are thinking about buying a srt but are worried about what all the haters say, like its a neon it will blow up before 100k,
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03 Yellow 98K

2 clutches
Timing belt
Water pump and thermostat
mad plugs...
battery
2 serpentine belts
Struts
Brakes

Running like a champ...

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people should also make notes on the parts they changed......did they replace them because they failed, or were they replaced as preventive maintenance, or just because you wanted to.
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135k

135k so far... I bought it at around 120k.

Put about 10-11 track days on it so far... Since I bought it:

Timing belt
Plugs
Wires
IAC
Wheel bearing
Ball joint
a few sets of brake pads and rotors
LCA bushings / Rear tension struts
Cam position sensor
Stock coilovers with BCs
Boost gauge
Oil pressure gauge
Tires and tires

Maybe some other stuff I forgot...
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04 72k, plugs, oil, trans fluid, 3 sets of tires, 2 alignments. Rock solid, no issues. Least problems of any new car I've ever owned.

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'05 - bought it w/ 46 miles on it, have put 60K on it in less than four years.
I'm about to start putting a lot more miles on it (took a new job and lost my commuting partner).

Just put on new rear pads & rotors on it.
Additionally, I've replaced:
A couple sets of plugs and wires.
A windshield wiper fluid nozzle & hose.
Passenger window switch.

Everything else has just been maintenance stuff.
Why is everyone doing timing belt and water pump so soon?

I thought the service interval was like 120K?

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2004 w/ 104k

E1 turbo and ACT clutch installed at 70k. Nothing was wrong with the stock parts.

The car has never been to the dealer for any problems. Ive fixed the average things that wear out. Outer tie rods, wheel brgs, ball joints etc. This has been the best car ive ever owned.
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'05 165k. Owned it since new.

Up until the 163k mark nothing but clutch, plugs, brakes and tires. At the
163k mark, had valve seals replaced, intercooler replaced (stock was full of oil/sludge), catch can installed (to prevent from happening again). Other than that, been perfect. Drives like new.

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Just broke 100k only had to replace stock wga was going to do that anyway though, Had to replace intake manifold gasket threw a code p0304. ac pump went out still havent fixed yet. Going to flush the radiator other that that no problems
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