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Old 10-30-2018, 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Torkey View Post


thanks! Of note maybe, 13 Boss 302, 01 S2k,C5 Z06, Audi S3, 13 GT-R. Definitely in love with the CR.
How would you compare your CR to your AP1?
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Old 10-31-2018, 12:47 PM
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I haven't owned a lot of cars but I have driven a lot lately and it makes me love my s2k even more. My daily is a S3 haha.
How do you like the S3? I sold mine after like 3 months. Just didnt resonate well with me I guess. I wish I had gotten a mk7 golf R and saved the 10k and may have felt better about it lol.

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How would you compare your CR to your AP1?
I dont miss the extra 1k rpm like I thought I would. I love the added refinements of the interior and hardtop and look of the CR compared to my old AP1. The car seems a little more planted. Lift off oversteer is a real thing in my AP2, I dont fault the car for that though- the previous owner up north had some Toyo All seasons on it that I am wearing down and then will put some more appropriate tires on and see how it is. But completely in love with the car overall. The GTR was a sick car but there were just so many things about the S2000 that I still missed.

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pretty sure 428 was sold new at pohanka honda in Salisbury, MD and I filled the first tank... and drove the first few miles....i could be wrong, but im pretty sure this was that CR..
Hmmm. The region is correct- the carfax shows this car was first sold in NY and then sold to the second owner ( the person I bought it from) from Heritage Honda in Parkville, MD
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Old 11-01-2018, 08:05 AM
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I love my S3. It's fun, sporty, and practical. I also wanted a car that was not too fun or engaging to drive because I did not want it to compete with my S2k. I think turbo awd is a good compliment to the S2k.
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Old 11-01-2018, 08:44 AM
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completely agree. When I had the S3, I was trying to use it as both..as the one and only car because I thought I would try and be sensible (LOL) and it wasnt cutting it. Put paired with the S2k, I would love to get a golf R or the like in the garage
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Old 11-01-2018, 08:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Torkey View Post
completely agree. When I had the S3, I was trying to use it as both..as the one and only car because I thought I would try and be sensible (LOL) and it wasnt cutting it. Put paired with the S2k, I would love to get a golf R or the like in the garage
Gotcha! S3 would not be my choice either for a do it all car. It is not engaging or fun enough.
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