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NOVI 2000 and about 100 lbs. of parts. Fuel system and install will be done at Maxwell Dodge here in Austin by David Weaver. :nod: He has some fuel system ideas and other tricks up his sleeve. :nod: I got the polished system to match my motor! [image]http://www.viperalley.com/attach/data/1/370401-DSC00403.JPG[/image]
 

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[image]http://www.viperalley.com/attach/data/1/370397-112.jpg[/image] I will need some nice looking fuel rails also. Any ideas?
 

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Wheels will stay stock for now. HP first. [image]http://www.viperalley.com/attach/data/1/370404-DSC00352.JPG[/image]
 

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:thumb: [image]http://www.viperalley.com/attach/data/1/370405-DSC00356.JPG[/image]
 

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VP, let me know if you need some injectors, RC Engineering, 55's,
 

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HP first?

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:thumb: [image]http://www.viperalley.com/attach/data/1/370405-DSC00356.JPG[/image]
 

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yea..he needs more hp to carry that trunkful of noise!!!..
 

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yea..he needs more hp to carry that trunkful of noise!!!..
The system was in it when I bought the car, I was going to yank it to make room for NOS , but changed my mind. A little extra weight over the rear wheels helps traction also. Do some starts with a full tank , then with low fuel, the difference is huge.
 

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VERY NICE!! quick question...since you know your viper tech really well, if there was ever a problem that the supercharger created like a blown motor or something, would he be able to fix the car under warranty??
 

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Your tech can only answer something like that. I know that even with no warranty they will treat me right. :thumb:
 
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