I'm a new member and would like to post pictures of my ViperV10 Maverick being built

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  1. autoedit

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    Hello all,
    Can anyone tell me how to create a gallery to post pictures of my Viper V10 powered Maverick during its build up? I would appreciate any help.
    Thanks,
    Jason
     

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    Holy Crap!

    wow!

    ive got a viper friend that would really like to see some more pics

    or you could just join his forum, www.crazy4carz.com. he's the loacl viper expert in these parts
     
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  3. scooper77515

    scooper77515 No current projects.

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    are you the same guy that was in Hot Rod a month or 2 ago that had viper/mav plans?
     
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    Yep, that's me. I'm going to want to talk to your Viper expert if you don't mind to get some input on the mods I'm making to the motor. I've got Gibson headers, a stage 3 racing camshaft and full racing spec. computer module and need some Viper advice. Then once that's under control I'll need some Maverick help but for now I'm building the 10 point roll cage and that should keep me for a couple of weeks.
     
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    yea man, definatly join that forum. there are 3 viper owners on there and a few other mopar guys that would be really intrested in your project as well
     
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    Fish OutOfWater Brian

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    DOH!! I cant wait to see this project come together!
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    Will you be using any styling cues from the Viper?
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    Welcome to the forum! ~Brian
     
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    PINKY .....John Ford.....

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    go to the GALLERY then click on UPLOAD and start loading pics.
     
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    Grabber5.0 Gear-head wannabe

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    Now I remember where I saw those pictures before... he emailed them to me a couple months ago! I thought I was going crazy.
     
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    CometGT1974 Gearhead

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    That is cool !!
     
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    Mavaholic Growing older but not up! Supporting Member

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    Well....... at least its not one of those "c" motors. Although I'm a purest, looks like a pretty neat project.
     
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    That's pretty darn funny from someone with "c" taillights. :biglaugh:
     
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    Jamie Miles the road warrior

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    That is awesome!! As long as it's not an old Chevrolet engine, it's cool in my book.. I've been thinking about starting on a project that would probably piss alot Ford guys off... kind of pisses me off just thinking about someone doing it, but I've got these two wrecked cars sitting around doing nothing..
     
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    My goal with this build is to keep the "sleeper feel" very high. I spent a ton of time making that engine fit under the stock hood and no grabber spoiler either (though I love those things too). The engine is set back so that the entire engine sits behind the front spindles making the balance of the car fairly neutral for a 505 c.i. big block. It has the Tremec T56 trans. and I'm using Tilton Eng. floor mount racing pedals, the same as the CHAMP car series. I was going to put the Thunderbird tailights on but changed my mind and want to run stock Maverick so I'll re-re-do the tail panel again!
     
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    Forgot to attach these to the last one... I'm a newby.
     

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