A DEAL I just couldn't turn down.

Discussion in 'Generation V Discussions / SRT Coupe, GTS, GTC, AC' started by ACPERFORMANCE, Apr 12, 2014.

  1. ACPERFORMANCE

    ACPERFORMANCE Viper Owner

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    Truth be known i drive my zl1 camaro daily...i was going to sell both and shoot for a Mp4-12c. I couldn't part with the zl1 and went with the viper after a hard look. Now after a few miles I'm 100 perc glad i did!!!
     
  2. Zee

    Zee Viper Owner

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    Post more pics!!
     
  3. ACPERFORMANCE

    ACPERFORMANCE Viper Owner

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    Dont have more....haha...its under a cover in my garage...soon!
     
  4. Nine Ball

    Nine Ball Enthusiast

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    Congrats on the new toy, Todd. That gunmetal color w/ stripes is a wicked combo. Now, go develop a supercharger system for us :)
     
  5. marsman328

    marsman328 Enthusiast

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    congrats!! thats a badass new car
     
  6. Rated R

    Rated R Enthusiast

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    If I can get a GTS for $95K I might just have to reconsider a Viper. Right now I have an order in for an M4 which will come in @ $80K. I sat in a Viper last summer and posted up here that it didn't have the best headroom and felt real cramped inside.
     
  7. ACPERFORMANCE

    ACPERFORMANCE Viper Owner

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    Its nice and roomy for me...plus I'm pretty tall at 5'6;)
     
  8. stingray23

    stingray23 Enthusiast

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    Hell of a deal!
     
  9. Paul Hawker

    Paul Hawker Viper Owner

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    Vipers are a further continuance of Carroll Shelby's formula of the biggest possible engine in the smallest possible car. That is what gives you the exuberance of speed.

    Viper interiors are designed like the cockpit of a fighter jet. All the needed controlls (except for being able to close the doors : > ) are designed to be still reached while buckled in with a 6 point harness. This makes things pretty intimate, but it is designed so the interior pretty much disappears when out on the track. Little distractions.

    Many people do not know just how small Vipers really are. They are smaller in length to a Porsche 911 turbo.

    Few owners complain about the close quarters, as the driving experience is so involving they have little need for extra width.

    Owners note that the entire roof is not raised up for headroom, just the area right above the driver and passenger is raised to allow the use of a helmet. The classic racing Gurney (tall guy) bubble.
     

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