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    Default GT-R to Rossion

    I have the chance to trade my 2010 GT-R for a 2009 Rossion Q1 with low miles.

    Anyone here driven both cars? My GT-R has about 600 HP at the flywheel. The car is fast, but lacks sports car feel for me. I've never driven any sporty cars besides an e92, my road race EVO and the GT-R.

    What do you guys think?

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    i Beat a GTR on the auto-x course.
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    There is really no comparison in my opinion. It's like a comparing flying in first class versus a fighter jet.

    (I'm sitting in the airport typing this)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    There is really no comparison in my opinion. It's like a comparing flying in first class versus a fighter jet.

    (I'm sitting in the airport typing this)
    Okay, you guys have somewhat convinced me. I am going to try and see this machine next weekend.

    Anyone know of anybody in Orange County with a Noble or Rossion?

    Also, do I still have to do the SB100 crap if the car is already registered in another state?

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    Orange County California, or Florida? If it's California, I live in Santa Ana. And it just so happens that I have one! You are welcome to come kick the tires, if you want.
    Robert

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    Yes on the registration in CA.
    But on the plus side, an SB100 registration means that the car is smog exempt forever in CA .
    Joel

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    And the SB 100 stuff is not hard. There are TONS of posts on here about how to do it. I sailed through.
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    +1 on that. If you liked the driving experience of the air cooled 911 s, you will have a case of dejavroooom. With more speed AND better handling.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    There is really no comparison in my opinion. It's like a comparing flying in first class versus a fighter jet.

    (I'm sitting in the airport typing this)

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    Grapeman, I would love to stop by and take a look. Let me know what works for you? I live in Yorba Linda and work in Irvine off of main and gillette. Not too far from Santa Ana.

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    Anytime! The car is out at Fontana this weekend, but will be back tomorrow night. How about sometime next weekend? I'm flexible!
    Robert

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