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This is a discussion on srt-4 extreme within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by STIwish Im going to come out and say it right now... if money allows, I may skip ...

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    Originally posted by STIwish
    Im going to come out and say it right now... if money allows, I may skip another WRX and go for the Neon... Ive always been a mopar fan and have always wanted to build a 1G Neon with a turbo 2.4 as a strictly track car (the build quality isnt up to my standards on the interior, especially with the 1G)... but I may be a new SRT owner when the money allows.
    I'm glad to see the carmakers finally getting serious about the performance end of the industry and providing such well rounded vehicles for us to choose from. I am very excited as to what the other carmakers will be bringing us in the near future.

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    I respect the SRT-4. It's great for affordable speed, just like the new Cobra in its higher performance and price range. With a little money, they both fly.

    With my Blizzaks and Rotas, I recently raced an '04 SRT-4 with tires and everything stock except boost. Even though I ran a 13.1 and he a 13.8, I trapped at 105.4 and he closer to 106. By the way, he was a nice guy too.

    Unless the roads are slippery, they have a serious bang-for-the-buck advantage.
    '07 STI UGM: Protuned Cobb DP, Walbro, Prodrive BCS; Cobb heat shield; extra stock rims with Hankook iPike W409's; Subaru hitch mount; a Limited roof and wing
    '02 WRX PS: quick & trouble free but sold with 110K miles
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