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Sitting pretty...waiting for a spin.

Decision made... I’ll likely buy a clean titled IPS Evora S 2+2 this week and use it as a semi-daily driver.    Likely in a few years I’ll be in a better position to purchase a 400...which

Off to the airport now...9 am tomorrow In Florida I hopefully find the car checks out and I buy it.  Be on the road heading back to CT before lunchtime...a 20 hour drive to get acquainted with this 2+

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3 hours ago, Kimbers said:

Speaking of which.............find that Service Manual?

Nope. Have emptied all the boxes from the flood

Alcohol. Sex. Tobacco. Drugs. Chocolate.  Meh! NOTHING in this world is as addictive as an Evora +0. It's not for babies!    

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Car was just picked up in Fort Lauderdale from the garage that worked on it.  Might be here in Guilford, CT by Saturday so super excited.

Shop in Florida checked all fluids, did an oil change, mounted and balanced 4 new tires and got the AC blowing cold...don’t yet know the details behind what they had to do to get it cold again but the total price was very reasonable and the people their couldn’t have been any nicer.  Simonson Foreign Car Service...if you’re in Florida and are looking for a shop I strongly recommend giving them a call.  Ask for Ronen...he knows his foreign exotics.

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On 21/09/2020 at 19:42, jep said:

IPS is a fully automatic but you can over-ride with the flappies. Just like a dual-clutch, which can be full auto or paddles. A dual-clutch paddle shift is just very quick, up or down. The IPS is good but just not super-quick. 

I found that when in sport mode, and using the paddles the best down shift speed was I was braking, as the electronics prep for the change in anticipation, it was quite a difference in shift speed.

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