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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 06-21-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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FR-S vs 350Z vs 370Z

Just curious
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Old 06-21-2013, 12:41 PM   #2
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Not quite sure what the question is
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Old 06-21-2013, 12:47 PM   #3
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not really all that comparable in my opinion.

370z above the rest if i could pick to have one for free.

if you're paying, it still may be worth the extra 10 grand for an extra 150 horses (new FRS vs 370z)

350z can be found for cheap on craigslist.



but this is like comparing an impreza to a C-class mercedes. both okay cars, but different classes.
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Old 06-21-2013, 01:09 PM   #4
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Not even a question if you don't factor in cost. If you do factor in cost I would go 350Z since you can get a decent used one now for 10-15K
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Old 06-21-2013, 01:28 PM   #5
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Not quite sure what the question is
Question is what would u rather drive?

I consider them to be in the same class... The frs and 370 are similarly priced and similar style wise.
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Isn't a frs 27k and a 350 37k.. 350 all the way .
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I just traded in a WRX for my Taco. Therefore my vote goes to the Scion/Subaru. It has the Miata MX-5 fun recipie. It's not fast, but the way it handles will put a smile on your face for sure!
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Old 06-21-2013, 02:31 PM   #8
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Question is what would u rather drive?

I consider them to be in the same class... The frs and 370 are similarly priced and similar style wise.
$10K difference? Yeah, they're about the same price
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no comparison.
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FRS= fun around mountains
Modern Z= straight line cars

Two complete different beast until nissan brings back the 240 or makes a smaller Z.

1/4 mile race= Z wins
Race down a mountain = FRS and even if you lose, youll still have more fun than the Z.
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A better comparison would be like
An s15 240 vs FR-S
And
370z vs Mustang
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93-95 Mazda Rx-7 twin turbo. 2700 lbs-255HP--162 MPH. 25 years ahead of its time. Check aerodymic veiw from center of front bumper. I had 94 "you didnt see me, it didnt happen"--silver. 155 mph with throttle left handles like crazy, if you can drive. Prescription 7(RX-7). Man I miss that car. Raced an NSX one day flat out till 120 , it was dead heat.
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I had 94 "you didnt see me, it didnt happen"--silver. 155 mph with throttle left, dash lines on freeway become solid.
1. IBTL
2. 155 = meh. I did 146 in my N/A 1994 mitsubishi 3000gt(on a private road course) and stopped because it wasnt worth risking spinning a bearing. If i had TT's id hope to do much more than 155 lol
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My last Mazda was Mazdaspeed Protege', turbo 165 HP, best handling front wheel drive I ever drove, I would put one up against that Scion on a track, not scarrred. I get Toyo T1R's tires.
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My last Mazda was Mazdaspeed Protege', turbo 165 HP, best handling front wheel drive I ever drove, I would put one up against that Scion on a track, not scarrred. I get Toyo T1R's tires.
165 + FWD = no thank you. I dont trust FWD's past 130. The fact that if you just twitch your steering wheel wrong can completely fuck everything wrong = not for me.

Torque steer is fun and all but kinda for kids.
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1. IBTL
2. 155 = meh. I did 146 in my N/A 1994 mitsubishi 3000gt(on a private road course) and stopped because it wasnt worth risking spinning a bearing. If i had TT's id hope to do much more than 155 lol
What was the weight on a 94 3000gt? If I didnt pass you in the first corner, I would in the second one
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What was the weight on a 94 3000gt? If I didnt pass you in the first corner, I would in the second one
If you wanna go around corners, give me a rb26 swapped 70's model 240z
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FWD, I agree 140 - 150 MPH tops.
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What is IBTL?
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