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I am putting a deposit down on a Huracan. What do you think of this build: AGLEC8 .

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I like it. If it were me:

1) I would consider some contrast. Yellow contrast interior with yellow calipers? But hard to go wrong with green on green.
2) Go big or go home with the Forged Carbon pack. The small pack is fine but you may regret not having it throughout. Inversely with the big pack you'll never think "man, I wish I had less of this stuff!"

I'm also going green, with the mentioned updates above, but that's just me!
 

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-Green calipers on green paint too much imo. I'd go black calipers
-I'd lose basic interior and comfort seats for EVO Trim and Sport seats
-You sure you want to run without front lift? Front is very, very low. Smartphone interface, 3 years maintenance and front lift are in lifestyle pack (along with magno ride) all at a super low option price
-I wouldn't recommend LDS. Me personally I like my steering to be consistent, not constantly changing
-Personal preference, but I like the grey wheels more then diamond cut with this spec
 

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Telemetry really? Are you tracking this car often? I think that option was unreasonably expensive last time I checked. Better to drop it and just use the money for big forged composites.

maybe consider orange calipers
 

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I like it. If it were me:

1) I would consider some contrast. Yellow contrast interior with yellow calipers? But hard to go wrong with green on green.
2) Go big or go home with the Forged Carbon pack. The small pack is fine but you may regret not having it throughout. Inversely with the big pack you'll never think "man, I wish I had less of this stuff!"

I'm also going green, with the mentioned updates above, but that's just me!
Thank you for the input. Good point about the carbon. I need to trim some fat on this build so I was thinking I would drop it.
 

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-Green calipers on green paint too much imo. I'd go black calipers
-I'd lose basic interior and comfort seats for EVO Trim and Sport seats
-You sure you want to run without front lift? Front is very, very low. Smartphone interface, 3 years maintenance and front lift are in lifestyle pack (along with magno ride) all at a super low option price
-I wouldn't recommend LDS. Me personally I like my steering to be consistent, not constantly changing
-Personal preference, but I like the grey wheels more then diamond cut with this spec
Thank you for the input. I thought I had the front lift!!! Thanks for catching that. Thank you for pointing out LDS as well. I agree.
 

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Telemetry really? Are you tracking this car often? I think that option was unreasonably expensive last time I checked. Better to drop it and just use the money for big forged composites.

maybe consider orange calipers
Another good point. I track my cars but I have a garmin so I would not need this.
 

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"Never go back to a single clutch." That is interesting. Please elaborate!
I owned a F430 for two years which has a single clutch. It was great under a load but around town it was clunky. The transmission was also slow and lagged between shifts. I then drove a client's Gallardo for over a week. Same thing. I then bought a 458 and F12 that has dual clutch. Much smoother for every day driving and much, much quicker under a load or on the track. No lag and no loss of torque. The dual clutch also does not wear like a single clutch does. I could see keeping a manual for ascetics but not a single clutch.
 

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Looks great, and with Sport Seats off the table, for the time being, those Comfort Seats with the Q-citura pattern looks pretty sharp and will go well with matched headliner. Now you are about to join the waiters club. :giggle:
 

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I owned a F430 for two years which has a single clutch. It was great under a load but around town it was clunky. The transmission was also slow and lagged between shifts. I then drove a client's Gallardo for over a week. Same thing. I then bought a 458 and F12 that has dual clutch. Much smoother for every day driving and much, much quicker under a load or on the track. No lag and no loss of torque. The dual clutch also does not wear like a single clutch does. I could see keeping a manual for ascetics but not a single clutch.
3 point how do you like the f12?
came close to buy a couple times..but everytime i went to buy the corrosion on rear vents
bothered me for 200 plus car...and ferrari dealers would say this is normal.
 

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3 point how do you like the f12?
came close to buy a couple times..but everytime i went to buy the corrosion on rear vents
bothered me for 200 plus car...and ferrari dealers would say this is normal.
The F12 is a great car. Tons of fun. It's a big car so it can be a lot to handle. It also drives real nice around town. Sometimes you forget you're in an exotic. The corrosion on my rear vents were fixed. Its "normal" in that they all get it but I agree with you it should be fixed on a car of such caliber.
 

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I owned a F430 for two years which has a single clutch. It was great under a load but around town it was clunky. The transmission was also slow and lagged between shifts. I then drove a client's Gallardo for over a week. Same thing. I then bought a 458 and F12 that has dual clutch. Much smoother for every day driving and much, much quicker under a load or on the track. No lag and no loss of torque. The dual clutch also does not wear like a single clutch does. I could see keeping a manual for ascetics but not a single clutch.
 
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