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sam2avila

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I was planning on getting a 997.2 GT3 in place of the R35. Ended up with this and sold the Evo, I am one happy puppy! 56193a736c501967b120236a83ad9d79.jpge9be3ea537179c67a13de7ae24b7d556.jpg
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7racer

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wow!  thats certainly different than a GT3!  Give us a review!


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In7anity!!


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Tim

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Nice car and that color,quick impressions


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sam2avila

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Definitely a lot more comfortable than the Evo9 it replaced. First impressions: the seats, they look good and they feel great. The NA V8 needs to be wound up to be appreciated, but after around 3000rpm it comes alive with a satisfying engine note, no need for the artificial cabin engine sound, which I always turn off. Steering is EPS but not bad at all, direct but nothing like the connected feel of the R35 hydraulic rack. Haven't really driven it much or at the limit so cannot comment on the torque vectoring, but it's rear wheel drive so should be fun.
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