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Old September 19th, 2017, 05:19 PM   #1
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To Part Out Or Not To Part Out?

Hi Guys,

I have retired the Viper from racing duties as I have changed to endurance style events which the Viper isn't ideal for.

The market for second hand road race Vipers in Australasia is very small so selling as a complete car is difficult.

I'm contemplating parting out the car as it has some very desirable parts. The issue is once you start selling stuff you are committed, for better or for worse.

Interested to hear what your guys thoughts are regarding demand for the parts or whether you think I should just discount the car as a whole and move on??

Thanks for your help, here is a bit of a list of parts etc

Engine:
Dodge Motorsports GTS-R based race engine.
Fresh engine, two sprint meetings old.
JE Pistons
Carrillo Rods
Ported Heads
Roller Cam
Roller Rockers
Mopar Dry Sump
Custom Inlet Manifold fuel system
Dynopack 718 hp 713 ft-lb torque
Motec M800, Motorsport Wiring Loom
Motec ADL Logging, track mapping, numerous logging sensors

Drivetrain:
Holinger Viper 6 Speed Sequential, Triple 8 Gear Switch (flat shift)
Tilton Triple Plate Clutch
Tilton Gearbox Cooler, Diff Cooler
Winters LSD Quickchange Differential with drop gears.
New Half Shafts

Brakes:
Front Brembo 8 Pot Calipers
Rear Brembo 6 Pot Calipers
Brembo Rotors PFC Pads
Tilton Pedal Box

Chassis:
Motorsport NZ logbook
Fibreglass, Kevlar, Carbon Body Panels, some moulds available
New Paint
Penske adjustable coilovers
In Car adjustable sway bars



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Old September 19th, 2017, 05:34 PM   #2
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What would you want for the whole car
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Would be looking at $55k as is
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Serious machine right there. Engine would make a great living-room conversation piece.
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Serious machine right there. Engine would make a great living-room conversation piece.
Fuck that. Run it!
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right hand drive would be fun to learn here in the US on track!
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Old October 3rd, 2017, 02:02 PM   #9
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right hand drive would be fun to learn here in the US on track!
particularly if it is equipped with a sequential box, like this one. H-pattern shifting with the left hand is challenging on track.
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Old October 5th, 2017, 07:24 PM   #11
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particularly if it is equipped with a sequential box, like this one. H-pattern shifting with the left hand is challenging on track.
I can vouch for that...

The last American car with a H pattern box i drove took a couple of laps to get used to. Nearly ended up opening the door looking for the gear stick !!
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This is a steal at $55K
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I can vouch for that...

The last American car with a H pattern box i drove took a couple of laps to get used to. Nearly ended up opening the door looking for the gear stick !!
I was in AUS several years ago. I got to do some laps with Paul Morris at his V-8 Supercar school. I missed a couple of shifts, but didn't crater the 'box or do a mechanical over-rev. When we were done, he said not to worry about the missed shifts - Dale Jr. had been there a couple of months prior and missed a few himself.
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Interested in trans. How much?
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I was in AUS several years ago. I got to do some laps with Paul Morris at his V-8 Supercar school. I missed a couple of shifts, but didn't crater the 'box or do a mechanical over-rev. When we were done, he said not to worry about the missed shifts - Dale Jr. had been there a couple of months prior and missed a few himself.
Awesome!
They are a mega race car for a sedan, heaps of power on a small tire.

The Holinger likes to be shifted hard, almost cruel to be kind.
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Interested in trans. How much?
After doing some VERY basic conservative numbers this is how it I kind of see it.

Engine: $15k

Trans $14k

Electronics $6k

Brakes $5k

Chassis $15k

To the right person who would break the car down further there is a dollar to be made.
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I was in AUS several years ago. I got to do some laps with Paul Morris at his V-8 Supercar school. I missed a couple of shifts, but didn't crater the 'box or do a mechanical over-rev. When we were done, he said not to worry about the missed shifts - Dale Jr. had been there a couple of months prior and missed a few himself.
We are going back to Brisbane next year and will be doing this again

Shifting with your left hand is just weird feels so unnatural.
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