Originally Posted by prodigy1979
Trading in the 2010 SRT for the Summit is a good idea regardless. That being said, you most likely could've found a 2014 SRT on on eBay for roughly the same price as a summit, depending on the options that come on them. The 2014 SRT I got was used with only 2061 miles for $59K. Your only option for a supercharger on the summit is RIPP, and they are back logged over two months with orders. Just make sure you shop around for it, when I was looking I found FastHemis had it cheaper than RIPP or any other site.
We got our Summit for $42K, but it has almost 30K miles, which is a win win for us since we want to supercharge. We'll be well under the cost of an SRT, with the same or more power and a more useable suspension set-up (although not very up to the task of handling the power).
That looks like a neat option.
We are pretty set on whipple. There are tuning options for it, once I did the research. Going to do a set of headers as well. Just waiting to pull the trigger. Should be a cool set-up.