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« Reply #15 on: June 25, 2013, 12:11:07 AM »

Sorry.  Hijacking I suppose. 

Is there anything happening that would make the magazine interesting so that Maurice can "save it"?   You know, like a trio of biper guys doing a trip to improve their Vipers and get a famous Viper expert to tune their cars so that even modified the cars work as well or better than ?the way they did from the factory?  Maybe some mountain scenery?  like Jasper and BC?  Maybe the flooding in Calgary, Medicine Hat, and entire subdivisions being underwater like downtown Calgary?  I hope there weren't many Vipers ruined and destroyed by being under 20' of water.

My engine might be wrecked, Clint's diff busted, Joel's new engine is saved by the Viper specialty tuner, Chris.  Several SRT10/Viper trucks blowing belts off of their centrifugal blowers?  Shooting pics of a Black Bear at the start of a 1500mile trip, nearly hitting some Mountain goats, then a car hitting a Semi, me hitting a Deer, coming around a corner and finding the road rull of Cattle, then a cattle drive through a thunderstorm ...

Or maybe a funny picture of a guy dumping an ice cooler over himself because throttling around a road course (like MMP at VOI 11) turns off the airconditioning and he's ready for a heatstroke? 

Stories like that?   :lol:
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« Reply #16 on: July 22, 2013, 11:06:19 PM »

Did anyone get their mags yet?  Up to date?
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« Reply #17 on: July 24, 2013, 01:26:13 PM »

Ask and you shall receive.

Most likely the pages falling out was due to the mag being perfect bound now instead of saddle stitched. This was done in an attempt to upscale the mag and most likely the printer recomended it and benefitted the most from the change. The problem with perfect binding small page count mags is that the machines that do the binding are more suited to larger signatures and the pages bind and glue better that way. No-one saved money or padded their pocket by spending more on the mag, its not unheard of for perfect binding small run mags to add $1 each to the cost.

This item is a live and learn thing, not a conspiracy thing...
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« Reply #18 on: August 26, 2013, 12:36:06 PM »

Since the RECENT Viper magazine is about 4 months behind it should be time to move up to higher quality and go to www.vipernation.com to get higher quality articles and Viper experiences with thousands of pics.

Read about the competition experiences available to the Viper owners and read the rules and tips to win. :2thumbsup:
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