Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Spokane WA
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Re: SRT4 forum?
The 2.4 section covers the 2.4 turbo engines except for the new CSRT that is very rare. The issue also is that the engine and car are completely new and different. So having a SRT 4 section for both doesn't make sense. The PT turbo and the NSRT are very much alike, where as there isn't much between the NSRT and CSRT.
One big problem with NSRT 4 owners is that they "think" there not part of the rest of the TD world. They think there import and not even on the platform of the PT. Viper people act the same too, they think there not even driving a Mopar. The CSRT is another story, this car is very different and shares a lot with the new EVO X. Both running Chryslers "world engine".
In all lobbys the cars are broke down by years really. We have a lot of cars spread out. Were starting to group cars over a 30 year gap now like regular Mopar forums. Maybe there should be a car structure and a engine structure for the cars. K cars, 90's cloud cars, then 2000 range new cars, lastly the new cars. Were talking to more people than before with newer than K cars. Which is more complicated than the beginning, pretty much all K cars. The PT forum was added, but TD already had a 2.4 section. So questions are back and forth as it is confusing where they should be. It also adds to it having a section for PTs and not for any other car lol.
Instead of adding different sections one at a time. Maybe it is time for a restructure and be done with it. Keep the general section above. Then have different sections for the different engines, to keep everyone happy which is hard. Then have body sections like other forums, K cars, cloud cars, neons, PTs and the new cars. Neons and PTs should both be named on there own because there are a lot of both types. TD started out a turbo K car sight, but it is a huge FWD Mopar site now. Maybe the time has come to structure it that way?
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