Nice review, but this is the first one I have come across with a wheel falling off so hopefully a one-off..... unless any other forum members know different? Please post here if you have had any problems with your new Vipers.
Just for the info, if you want to know whether a Viper is a 1998 or 1999 edition, look at the front bumper : "Chrysler" is mentionned beneath the front lights on the 1999 car whereas there is simply nothing written on the 1998 livery.
I wonder what those yellow figures with black heads are ?
SRA ? Carrera ?
I think it's a bit unfair to use the A2 as a comparison since improvements were brought to the transmission in the later liveries (from A6 and on if I remember well) and some time later another kind of magnet was used as well.
That one looks really nice (urgh, awful word, nice).
Looks like she sits too low to have a hope of making it around the Oxford plexy mind.
Shame the transmission can still pop out. Was it Moped who suggested they have a bit come down from the body to push on the axle bush? One of his sensible ideas but maybe not possible with the interior detail.
Thanks fot the positive replies on my first review guys!
I don't own any of this cars, only the M3 chassis under a ETCC bodyshell, and that one drives a 6.4820 on the track and my friends previous lap record with the Saleen was 5.8163. An other friend of me owns an old viper, maybe we'll test this one on monday! I don't have more times for the moment!
@ Fast Lucky: Those are SRA figures. I know their yellow don't quite go along with the viper... but they were the first I got my hands on yesterday. Normally they belong to the Seat ETCC Team.
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