I love the rt. but it's not for me. As I said before the only thing they have in common is the skin pretty much. Srt is a COMPLETELY different car, I meant beast. Can you hear me? You rt guys.
Like I said, love the rt but its not for.
There's nothing wrong with owning a rt. I stare at everyone of them on the street drove one and loved how smooth and classy it was. Even pushed it hard so I can at understand the rt guys. Loved it but again it's not for me.
You rt guys should proud and happy with your cars and beat on us or say what if .....
Stop all the non sense. We're all passionate challenger lovers. The beauty of it is its diversity.
P.S. I also went to the srt track.
I was able to push those cars to the limit (and actually beyond it, and I in trouble for it at the course) because no matter how hard I pushed the damn car, It would not loose it. Then when we went on the hot lap, I asked the instructor from scale of 1 to 10 what level were we pushing it and he said 4 or 5. Then he said he'll show me an 8. And my god, I was blown away.
So go drive a 392 and you'll understand that it's not about hp. IT'S A COMPLETE DIFFERENT BEAST.
And that ahole who reviewed it, should've taken it to track and then gave his HONEST opinion. Not be sarcastic and compare it to a fat chick. (Guess he was referring to his wife from firsthand experience)
The srt is a Balanced car, period.
I'm done here
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