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Offline mondi

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Well, I'm impressed.....   :eek:



Offline andecorp

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The side intakes look awesome. In most angles it looks better than the Speciale which is a big accomplishment.
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The side intakes look awesome. In most angles it looks better than the Speciale which is a big accomplishment.

 :thumbsup:



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Very, very nice.. I love it. They left out the two most important improved performance figures..... The Nurburgring lap time of 7.17and PI main straight top speed of 309kmh.  :p



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So laps faster than the Specials despite not having the sticky tyres. As expected, again.

Fantastic. As usual I'm loving the technology.

As for the sound, we'll see. 360 didn't sound as good as the 355, but it didn't hurt sales!

Looking forward to hearing it.
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Offline jim501

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Was unsure last night. It looked like Ferrari had the usual trick of taking a great overall shape (think of it in silhouette) and ruin it with details (mainly the side vent) but on looking again this morning it definitely looks like a better finished 458. I look forward to seeing it in the metal, but definitely think the carbon blade in the vent might be the way to go.



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398 doesn't sound like progress.
If the're not sticking with displacement & cylinders then i guess its better than Piccolo La Ferrari
I think it looks epic front and rear, and I think the side scoop will grow on me. :thumbsup:



Offline dkabab

If the're not sticking with displacement & cylinders then i guess its better than Piccolo La Ferrari
I think it looks epic front and rear, and I think the side scoop will grow on me. :thumbsup:

I've read in a few spots, 488cc per cylinder. 0.488 x 8 = 3.9



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I've read in a few spots, 488cc per cylinder. 0.488 x 8 = 3.9
That make more sense, like the old 365 boxers



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