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EVO to 488 GTB?

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I'm starting to get bored with the EVO. I love the car but after a couple Huracan cars I am getting the itch to try the Ferrari marque. I have done the McLaren thing already.

Anyone on here have a 488 and EVO or willing to provide any first hand experience why I should stick with what I got or make the leap? I've read all the pertinent posts I could find on here and other forums. I've also poured over the various reviews of the cars.

Thanks a head of time.
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Yeah, right. Like we may actually be hearing from you in the next several days..........:)
Yeah, you might have a point there. I will barely be getting my feet wet by Monday.
 

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V12! Funny my friend is selling his 15 F12 MSRP $433k Grigio Ferro 1800 miles for $230k. I’m intrigued but would have a hard time giving up midship driving. Post your impressions once you’ve got sufficient seat time.
 

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V12! Funny my friend is selling his 15 F12 MSRP $433k Grigio Ferro 1800 miles for $230k. I’m intrigued but would have a hard time giving up midship driving. Post your impressions once you’ve got sufficient seat time.
The 812 is technically mid-engine as well. I've only driving the 812SF once but the drive was amazing. Brutally fast and the N/A V12 sound, well it's something intoxicating. I have another Lambo on order so I won't be gone forever.
 
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The 812 is technically mid-engine as well. I've only driving the 812SF once but the drive was amazing. Brutally fast and the N/A V12 sound, well it's something intoxicating. I have another Lambo on order so I won't be gone forever.
I prefer when the engine is behind pushing me, the nose of the car is short and the driver's seat is closer to the front axle. Still I can appreciate the power and allure of the 812.
Update us as you put on more miles.
 

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V12! Funny my friend is selling his 15 F12 MSRP $433k Grigio Ferro 1800 miles for $230k. I’m intrigued but would have a hard time giving up midship driving. Post your impressions once you’ve got sufficient seat time.
My current stable has a front mid V12 and a mid V8, from my experience the front mid strengths lie in stability under acceleration and high speed while the mid v8 is more nimble and engaging. They compliment each other nicely
 

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Wow!! Congrats! And that stance with the meaty rear tire etc looks sooo good! Is that all stock?
I put on some wheel spacers the moment it arrived and lowered it about 7mm (very adjustable factory suspension).
 
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