Good afternoon everyone, long time follower of this forum, decided to sign up as I'm having some problems with my Viper that I can't seem to find a solution for. 2016 LTX SE I'm hoping somebody can maybe help out. I just bought this Viper about 10 months ago and I have been driving it since December with no issues. So there was one incident where I rolled over on the right side, just enough for the oil light to come on. I flipped it up on its side, and a buddy of mine was with me, and he reset the oil light, started back up and off we went. I've since been driving it for a month and have probably put on 1000 km so far since then. Yesterday morning we were out on the trails, and on some of the corners it sounded like the engine was going to stall but as I gave it some throttle, it got going again. This was probably about 50 km into the trip. When we came to an intersection, it died on me. I was able to start it, with no problem, and it would idle no problem, but as soon as I went to take off and gave it some gas, it would stall. Ultimately I ended up getting towed back home and now it's in my trailer the next day and it's still doing it. I checked my oil level and it was under the normal reading on the dipstick, so I added some to bring it back up. started the sled let it warm up it was running no problem but as soon as I tried to give it gas, it stalled again. I took the belt off, and started it up. I cranked the throttle hard, it's spotted and then went. Not physically moved, cause the belt is off but you know what I mean. So I let off the throttle and it was still idling, but as soon as I tried to give a gas lightly, it's stalled again. very frustrating and I have no idea why it's doing this and there's no warning lights on the dash. The sled only has about 3,000 km on it but no more warranty as it's 5 years old. Link to the video here.