DOT 3's specifications meets all the OEM requirements for this vehicle.JRMAGANA said:^^X2
-> Why DOT 3 brake fluid in a car this fast?
-> What's with 17x6 wheels and 205/50 tires in a car that just begs for traction and better handling?
-> Why not use stronger wheel studs? I'm sure another $50 per car invested in this particular item wouldn't have driven DCx to bankruptcy. :tongue:
go to dcx.com and post your resume.Zikkitzo said:I wish I got paid to build awesome cars out of production cars, then get market research by reading a forum... where is the application? And does it count if Im WORKING on my EFI 101?
It is a bypass valve to protect for a clogged oil filter. It is not recommended to use a filter without the valve.camlifter said:what does the valve in the oil filter do, and is it ok to use after market filters that don't have that valve.
The 2003 Viper has a shorter throw shifter than previous years. Short throw thrifters increase shift effort beyond what some people would consider desireable.MoparMan said:Why don't cars like the Viper and the SRT-4 come with common mods like short throw shifters already installed at the factory?
The 6.1L is not available as acrate motor but the 5.7L hemi is and would make an excellent motor for your car. Go to the Mopar site and take a look.bigggbubba said:Dear srt engineers,
I recently purchased a Magnum srt8 and am extremely impressed with its performance, so much so that I want to install a 6.1 hemi(+transmission) into my 73 dodge Challenger(currenly 340). Can I purchase this motor? Also the Magnum has an occassional slight whine at idle-is this normal?
OK, we have to go for tonight. Sorry we had some techinical problems early on and didn't get to as many questions as we would have liked. We also need a better way to keep up with the re-posts and will work on that. We will do this once a month and will post the next date and time on this forum soon. We would like to let you know that we cannot answer future product questions so these we will just not respond to. We will try and get to as many questions as we can and hopefully over time get them all answered. Thanks you all for joining our first of many sessions with the engineers at SRT.SRTengineers said:A group of SRT Engineers will be monitoring only this thread on Thursday, October 27, 2005, from 6:00 p.m. EST–8:00 p.m. EST. They will answer any question posted here until 8:00 p.m. Check back between 6–8:00 p.m. EST this Thursday evening for answers to your questions. You can even carry on a live discussion with the SRT Engineers by posting back and forth during this time period!
Hence, why we are trying to clean it up for you guys! This will make it easier to read and understand. This will be a great tool for the forums and it's members. Please bear with us, while we continue to clean up this thread to make it more accessible and easier to read. :readclose :thumbsup:BoostLee said:That freakin rocks. The engineers of DCx finally answering some questions from their buyers. Thanks alot fellas, now I need to read through the entire post! Hopefully next time there wont be as much spam.