5th Gear Tests Scuderia

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by amenasce, Oct 23, 2007.

  1. no, they just don't want So Cal sized Fires from blown engines.
  2. Why are you so critical of this car?
  3. ok my bad, maybe it doesnt NEED more power... but it couldnt hurt
  4. So download it off the internet like everybody else.
  5. Marvelous track tool, but I think for me I'd enjoy the creature comforts of an everyday F430.
  6. OMG!! I think I made a mess on myself!! This car is unbelievable!
  7. It would be faster. I think its awesome the way it is. He was stabbing the throttle out of the corner with no wheelspin or oversteer, that is badass.
  8. Z06 eater. <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
  9. I agree with you CS > Scuderia
  10. EVO magazine has a comparison between the two
  11. His father has an Enzo, that`s why he doesn`t accept the fact that a cheaper Ferrari is faster around the track than the Enzo. <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
  12. My guess is that he is in love with the stradale and his heart doesn't want his little loli replaced by a loli with tits or smth like that.
  13. Only 510hp from a n/a 4.3 V8?
  14. "Particular attention was paid to achieving just the right sound from the engine and exhaust, as this has always been one of the real trademarks of every Prancing Horse car. Cutting-edge calculation tools were employed to optimize the 430 Scuderia's intake and exhaust systems and sound damping, with the result that the exhaust and engine sound inside the cabin is clear, powerful and particularly thrilling in full acceleration."
  15. "The F1-SuperFast2 is an evolution of the F1 gearbox used on all of Ferrari's models and reduces gear-shifting times to just 60 ms, the fastest time of any of the models in the Prancing Horse range, the lowest overall of any automated-manual gearbox. Significantly, Ferrari calculates the gear changing time according to the acceleration gap, not just the time it takes to engage the gear. The various stages are implemented in parallel (non-sequentially). In the case of the F1-SuperFast2, genuinely innovative integrated engine and gearbox management programs allow the combined disengaging/engaging of the gears to take place partly in parallel with letting the clutch in and out."
  16. I use to like Tiff but he just gets on my nerves these days.

    Oh and this car does not need more power

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