· Premium Member
if i can get one for 70K i'll do the trade.
yup. in a heartbeat if i can find one for 70k. The way i see it (with baby on the way and all) i can trade the bimmer for that sexy beast (even trade at least) and then get rid of the wife's carolla for something that seats 7 and is affordable. win win. i work literally < 2miles from home so gas, maintenance, lunch etc has no negative effect on meyou'd trade you bimmer in for one...
I rather own a c6 z06 lol..... I dont want to start another c6 z06 vs gtr war...so lets drop topic there.
it doesn't require balls though ... lol, it's just a trade.Great!! 8thcivic is going to hold you to this..
We all know u have the balls to do it..
i wanna see this...
1. this turbo has no drawbacks according to the reviews.Good specs and price but it's turbo-charged. Turbo does have it's drawbacks.
Most modern supercars I know are N/A
Even though BMW made a 335 turbo the M3 is still N/A. BMW opted for larger displacement engine and did not use turbo on a smaller engine. The 335 though drives well on the street it's not the case on the race track where it is plagued with heatsoak.
Even thogh Porsche make all turbo cars yet the GT3 RS is N/A
Mercedes has gone away from making Super charged engines across the board.
There are other issues related to drivability.
Just some things to note.
there obviously has to be much more to it than just power to weight ratios.He is just having a problem wondering how a 3800 lb car is smoking his poor little Z06. :hiding: Which really, if you think about it, doesn't make sense. It is heavy, that is a fact but so is the Veyron.
Heres why it is a problem
480hp at 3800lbs 0-60 in 3.3 (with barely any traction at all, give me some traction and I say it could be 3.1)
505hp at 3200lbs 0-60 in 3.5 seconds...
Explain to me how the hell that works out?