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FR-S vs 350Z vs 370Z

View Poll Results: FR-S, 350Z, or 370Z?
Scion FR-S 27 45.76%
Nissan 350Z 2 3.39%
Nissan 370Z 30 50.85%
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Old 06-25-2013, 08:43 AM   #81
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Wow, you are right, you know IS's. I think the straight 6 may be more durable than the V6. What do you think?

I agree about the Genesis, may be a widely under-rated sports car. The FRS is a good idea--rear wheal drive is fun to drive. It is really a subaru? or only the power plant?
I had an 03 IS with a lot of work done to it. Was heavily involved in the IS turner community and had a few friends with full block swaps. The only downfall with the genesis is that it is close to 600lbs heavier than the FRS. but even so, the stock R-spec at close to the price of the the FRS still puts up better track times.
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The S2000 is a better handling FR-S with more power. Plus the VTEC kicks in yo.
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