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Discussion in '2002 BMW M3 Cabriolet' started by 123456789101, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. viper is way better than this shit
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from 123456789101</i>
    <b>viper is way better than this shit
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    You can't compare a Viper with this!!!
    You worhtless, useless, cocksucking, shit-eating, son of a *****!<!-- Signature -->
     
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    this could smoke any viper, any day. <!-- Signature -->
     
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    This shit will rape ur shitty 80's SOHC Civic anytime.
     
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    hey, guys, how about we just admit that both the viper and m3 are amazing cars in their own respects? they are not built with the same ideas in mind:

    viper - brute sports muscle car. built for high-torque, high displacement, straight-line performance. a 2-seater powerhouse built to make your eyes pop out the back of your head.

    m3 - german engineering through and through. balance of cultivated performance, luxury, and just enough daily-driver practicality (4-seater, comfortable, acceptable cargo, etc.). sure, a viper could smoke it off the line, and for the most part on the track, but do you really want to feed a 500 cu monster v-10 for your commute to work (and the occasional "spirited" trip through the mountains)?

    2 excellent cars, 2 totally different classes.
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from hslabbert</i>
    <b>hey, guys, how about we just admit that both the viper and m3 are amazing cars in their own respects? they are not built with the same ideas in mind:

    viper - brute sports muscle car. built for high-torque, high displacement, straight-line performance. a 2-seater powerhouse built to make your eyes pop out the back of your head.

    m3 - german engineering through and through. balance of cultivated performance, luxury, and just enough daily-driver practicality (4-seater, comfortable, acceptable cargo, etc.). sure, a viper could smoke it off the line, and for the most part on the track, but do you really want to feed a 500 cu monster v-10 for your commute to work (and the occasional "spirited" trip through the mountains)?

    2 excellent cars, 2 totally different classes.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    i wouldn't mind a viper for work...might be fun
    but i'd take the M3 over the viper any day...

    i'm no fan of domsetics...
    can't stand their QC, i mean, really, a gray plastic interior on a $70000 car? i don't think so...

    besides, the m3 is cheaper and has more than good enuf performance

    enuf to kick your average c5 vette ass<!-- Signature -->
     
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    I Dont think so but still this car is nice, but the viper is way better!!!!!

    Year 2003 Origin Not Available
    Make Dodge Base Price $100 000 USD
    Model Viper Competition Coupe Production Not Available
    Engine & Transmission Body / Chassis
    Position Longitudinal Front Engine Drive Wheels RWD
    Configuration V10 Curb Weight 1361 kg / 3000 lbs
    Valvetrain OHV 2 Valves / Cyl Length 4676 mm / 184.1 in
    Displacement 8275 cc / 505.0 cu in Width 1961 mm / 77.2 in
    Power 387.8 kw / 520.0 bhp @ 5600 rpm Height 1186 mm / 46.7 in
    Torque 732.14 nm / 540.0 ft lbs @ 4600 rpm Wheelbase 2510 mm / 98.8 in
    Bore 102.36 mm / 4.03 in Front Track F 1565 mm / 61.6 in
    Stroke 100.6 mm / 3.96 in Rear Track R 1641 mm / 64.6 in
    Redline 6100 Steering Rack & Pinion w/Power Assist
    HP / Liter 62.84 bhp per litre Body / Frame Composite Body Panels
    HP / Curb Weight Front Brakes 18.0
    Gear Type Tremec T-56 6-Speed Manual Front Brake Size Not Available
    1st Gear Ratio 2.66:1 Rear Brakes Brembro Vented Discs w/ABS, Power Assist & 4 Piston Calipers
    2nd Gear Ratio 1.78:1 Rear Brake Size Not Available
    3rd Gear Ratio 1.30:1 Front Wheels F 45.7 x 27.9 cm / 18.0 x 11.0 in
    4th Gear Ratio 1.00:1 Rear Wheels R 48.3 x 35.6 cm / 19.0 x 14.0 in
    5th Gear Ratio 0.74:1 Front Tires P305/35ZR18
    6th Gear Ratio 0.50:1 Rear Tires P345/30ZR19
    7th Gear Ratio Not Available Front Suspension Independant Unequal Upper & Lower A-Arms w/2.25in Race Springs,
    Final Drive Ratio 3.07:1 Rear Suspension Independant Unequal Upper & Lower A-Arms w/2.25in Race Springs,
    Performance
    Top Speed 309.0 kph / 192.0 mph 0 - 60 mph 3.8 seconds
    0 - Πmile 11.8 seconds 0 - 100 mph 9.2 seconds
    Lateral Acceleration 1.25g EPA City/Hwy 520.0

    his viper is much better in prefomance, like I said its still a nice car!!
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Lamboboy</i>
    <b>I Dont think so but still this car is nice, but the viper is way better!!!!!

    Year 2003 Origin Not Available
    Make Dodge Base Price $100 000 USD
    Model Viper Competition Coupe Production Not Available
    Engine & Transmission Body / Chassis
    Position Longitudinal Front Engine Drive Wheels RWD
    Configuration V10 Curb Weight 1361 kg / 3000 lbs
    Valvetrain OHV 2 Valves / Cyl Length 4676 mm / 184.1 in
    Displacement 8275 cc / 505.0 cu in Width 1961 mm / 77.2 in
    Power 387.8 kw / 520.0 bhp @ 5600 rpm Height 1186 mm / 46.7 in
    Torque 732.14 nm / 540.0 ft lbs @ 4600 rpm Wheelbase 2510 mm / 98.8 in
    Bore 102.36 mm / 4.03 in Front Track F 1565 mm / 61.6 in
    Stroke 100.6 mm / 3.96 in Rear Track R 1641 mm / 64.6 in
    Redline 6100 Steering Rack & Pinion w/Power Assist
    HP / Liter 62.84 bhp per litre Body / Frame Composite Body Panels
    HP / Curb Weight Front Brakes 18.0
    Gear Type Tremec T-56 6-Speed Manual Front Brake Size Not Available
    1st Gear Ratio 2.66:1 Rear Brakes Brembro Vented Discs w/ABS, Power Assist & 4 Piston Calipers
    2nd Gear Ratio 1.78:1 Rear Brake Size Not Available
    3rd Gear Ratio 1.30:1 Front Wheels F 45.7 x 27.9 cm / 18.0 x 11.0 in
    4th Gear Ratio 1.00:1 Rear Wheels R 48.3 x 35.6 cm / 19.0 x 14.0 in
    5th Gear Ratio 0.74:1 Front Tires P305/35ZR18
    6th Gear Ratio 0.50:1 Rear Tires P345/30ZR19
    7th Gear Ratio Not Available Front Suspension Independant Unequal Upper & Lower A-Arms w/2.25in Race Springs,
    Final Drive Ratio 3.07:1 Rear Suspension Independant Unequal Upper & Lower A-Arms w/2.25in Race Springs,
    Performance
    Top Speed 309.0 kph / 192.0 mph 0 - 60 mph 3.8 seconds
    0 - Πmile 11.8 seconds 0 - 100 mph 9.2 seconds
    Lateral Acceleration 1.25g EPA City/Hwy 520.0

    his viper is much better in prefomance, like I said its still a nice car!!</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->


    i'd still take this over a Viper any time of the day..... cuz it's an M3,,way better looking<!-- Signature -->
     
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    the M3 is not better looking than the 2003 viper,...idoit
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from 123456789101</i>
    <b>viper is way better than this shit
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    I'm getting so tired of seeing this in every topic I get in to. Viper is a totally different car then a BMW, a Viper was never intended to compete a BMW. As stated before. Grow up.

    keep the faith<!-- Signature -->
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from 123456789101</i>
    <b>viper is way better than this shit
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    Guys, don't make fun of this guy, he is obvioulsy mentally handicaped and partially brain dead. I'm impressed he posted anything at all!

    Angus<!-- Signature -->
     
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    m3 coupe would absolutely destroy the viper in handling. this car on a track is high speed with amazing handling. one of the best handling cars in the world right now i would definitly say.<!-- Signature -->
     

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