I am from germany and I am driving my viper only most of the time
up the mountains. I have never been on racingtracks . And I am take care of oiltepeture. never push the car hard if the oil is not hot.
than this shitty noises from the engine.
my engine broke down !!!!
stock engine, 11000 miles 3 times Oilchange.
Extremely rare for anyone with a stock engine to report an engine failure like that. I can't remember anyone with such a failure unless they had forced induction that had issues with a bad tune or a water/meth system that wasn't working.
sorry for my bad english.
I am not a mercedes fan at all !!!!!!
why is this boring ?
You have come to the wrong web site to ask serious technical questions if that was your desire. The whole point of this website is to joke and give folks a "hard time." That isn't so obvious to some people, especially foreigners. The other Viper forum website would be a better place to ask questions in; but, you will still get a hard time if you start your post with a statement that Viper engines are shitty.
The advice to call Tator is good advice. As was said, this is, by no means, a common occurence. Honestly, I am racking my brain to try and think of another stock engine failing in such a manner and I can think of one...and it's sort of a fuzzy memory. FYI, your English is better than my German.
You've had to run it low on oil. These engines are about as tough as they come. Bolt-on a supercharger, fuel and exhaust and even then 750bhp is fine.
Hell you have guys with 100k+ on their engines and that still track race with no issues.
Very rare for this motor to blow stock, I can recall only 1 other one off hand... btw Seppen you must not have heard of your famous make over there, Porsche, and all their engine troubles over the last 10 years or so especially the 996 models lol.
I already called chuck and
is helping me a lot.
thanxs to him.
If we would have guys like him, than It would be much easier to handle with
The best sportscars is nothing whitout good mechanics.
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