as far as AWD best bang for the buck besides our rigs are deff GTR's I've been in a few (w/basic bolt on's)...not my cup of tea, if i had to sell i wouldn't go the awd route.. if u still have a CSRT y not go RWD and daily ur other car when it's shitty out?
i would go with a 08-10 viper, new z06, maybe a zr-1 if i had the coin, or a new cts-v coupe... anything with a LSX as you know has an unlimited list of mods you can do to them...
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GTR Is probably the best for the price... And AWD.
Anything else that would compare and maybe beat a GTR would be way more money...
Porsche 911 Turbo S, or a GT2...
I've always liked the ZR1, they are incredible, but I would be scared to drive one after getting used to the Jeep...
My brother has a 2009 GTR, he has a few mods in it as well, I've driven it twice, It's fun and the sound is incredible!
Edit: And if you're looking into making it a monster, the GTR is probably the best route... They are not cheap parts wise (18k for carbon brakes!), but I'm pretty sure any other car such as a Lamborghini or a Porsche would cost a lot more money to maintain... GTR Switzer, I really doubt you'd find anything on the streets to beat that.
With all these Turbo kits available for the JEEP now days I would stick with the JEEP and do a NEW BUILD . Heavy means nothing when it comes to get it up and moving , look @ Peter's TTC JEEP , IMO you will roast basically anything on the streets
Now if a little more refined gadgets is what you seek , then go a different direction GTR .
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6.90 @ 101 & 10.93 @ 122 Boosted @ 9lbs
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I have a 2013 gt-r and a 2012 jeep srt8. The gt-r is the fastest car I've ever owned. Previously I had a 04 viper and a 2009 cts-v with tune and bolt ons. The cts-v sounded great and was fun to drive. The gt-r is very easy to drive, almost too easy. It's very fast and handles nicely. You can do 70 around a sharp bend and the car wants you to push it more because it takes everything with ease. Honestly, I'm about to sell the gt-r and get something else. Having the fasters car around will only do so much and I rather drive my jeep everyday. Unless your into tracking, I wouldn't get a gt-r. For daily use, I hate it. It sits low to the ground and you feel/hear almost everything, even in comfort mode. For what you want, I would probably get the gt-r. Bang for the buck, it can't be beat.
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