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    Should I trade in my e92 M3 for a new GT-R?

    Pros/Cons....would like some input from some of you gearheads...


    I highly doubt I will ever track either the M3 or the GT-r in case anyone was wondering...

    currently I have an e92 m3 dct with almost all the n/a bolt ons incase anyone was wondering

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    Why not get a gt3? But the gtr's are bada$$ carz none the less...Click here to enlarge Lets see sum piks of ur m3 though.... n
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    Why don't you go drive one? Apples to Oranges, they are completely different cars. I do like the GTR though, and you can make them very quick relatively easy, and they are already quick out of the box.

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    I have supercharged M3 as a daily driver, and a GTR as a lease in my company, the m3 is more comfortable while the GTR is a beast in every way.
    Depends on what you want, there is a big difference in the powerbands of the motors, more torque in the GTR while you have to rev the m3 to get full power.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Pea Click here to enlarge
    I have supercharged M3 as a daily driver, and a GTR as a lease in my company, the m3 is more comfortable while the GTR is a beast in every way.
    Depends on what you want, there is a big difference in the powerbands of the motors, more torque in the GTR while you have to rev the m3 to get full power.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Pea Click here to enlarge
    Depends on what you want.
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    pics of your M? you may not need to trade it in.. Click here to enlarge

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    I have thought about this many times. I prefer to mod the M3 rather than join the darkside.

    An SC M3 is fast, very fast. You sound like you are craving power.

    Two completely different types of cars but I just can't find myself loving the GTR no matter how hard I try. I made my choice.
    Stage 2 or 2.5 E9X M3 S65 V8 supercharger kit for sale: http://www.boostaddict.com/showthrea...r-kit-for-sale

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