At this rate I almost feel like we should expect a Targa for 2023.
As bad as I want Refraction Blue I'm waiting to see if I can get a manual and what else comes next. Would be nice if someone could clue us in on color options for next year though... seems like we knew about the blue early last...
The irrational need for an I6 is what got us a BMW sourced car. I know I said it years ago on here, but I'm sure if Nissan had asked fans of the Skyline if the next GTR should have an I6 or a V6 they would have said a Skyline MUST have an I6 and lost their minds at the idea of a V motor in a...
@Brandonanix Have you had a 996 or 997? I think I would prefer them to the 991, but you're taking a step back in time on the tech side of things of course. I try to talk myself into one of those over a Supra, but the bore scoring fears have kept me away so far.
Pretty incredible dodging here, I have to say. This must serve you well in whatever line of work you're in given your list of cars, so well done.
If you have a different starting point for your argument, fill us in. This is what I see as kicking this whole discussion off:
I don't know where you're getting the boost pressure numbers, but that's fine because you're absolutely right in terms of compression/boost/power. Just want to see if you still think the dyno chart is flawed.
You don't see the contradiction in what you're saying? I mean I'm ok with it, doesn't really matter. Still though, my facts are straight, I'm telling you what the perception was. If you don't wanna accept that then cool, but let's not start putting random words in quotes for no reason.
You said you wouldn't care if the car got 40mpg or 10mpg and that others shouldn't buy a sports car if that matters. I would absolutely not buy the car if it got 10mpg so I guess I should buy a Prius. That basically seemed to be your point.
No, 1mpg doesn't matter.
I'm sure it will be fine for what it is and yay for more sporty options, but I'm not going to pretend it's a good replacement for the GR Yaris. I know I've voiced my opinion before, but that's a shit apology. Still not interested.
I need to stop being so hard on Bryster, but this is the same guy who said the RC-F was basically a modern version of the 1st gen Celica. It's just a little bit painful sometimes. We're all welcome to our opinions though of course.
I'm way too aware of how module platforms work. I skimmed the article and based most of my response on the title. "Z4/Supra-based" is a bit misleading if that's the case, but I should have read more. Still, I'm not going to, because I don't really want an M2 anyway. :D