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post #1 of 9 Old 09-29-2009, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
 
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If you could chagne one thing?

So if you could change one thing on your Ferrari what would it be?
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post #2 of 9 Old 09-29-2009, 09:39 PM
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Not surprisingly you haven't had many reactions here. But I'll bite.

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330 GTC: nothing.


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I would like a fuel gauge that gave some approximation of the reality of how much fuel is in the tank!

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The belt drive
The back end I think they fell short .......what.......who said that lol

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I would like a fuel gauge that gave some approximation of the reality of how much fuel is in the tank!

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Really? I always know how much fuel is in the tank, given the number of miles and how hard I've driven. I only use the fuel guage as a reference when I'm new to a car.

I suppose I'll get caught out if I ever have a punctured fuel tank... LOL.

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I would like a fuel gauge that gave some approximation of the reality of how much fuel is in the tank!

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+1 on the F40.

On the Daytona, brakes that really worked

F50 - nothing.
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post #7 of 9 Old 09-30-2009, 01:19 PM
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So if you could change one thing on your Ferrari what would it be?
On my 328? "nothing!" would be my knee-jerk reaction: hands off!

Thinking hard: better windshield wipers perhaps? a little bit less (false) reflection off the rear window and the dash (just over the steering wheel)?

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On the Mondial T:
1. Straighter/ more front line pedals. They are offset for the balance of the car's size, which I would not change, but would like the pedals to me more directly in front of me...oh, ya, widen it a bit too...with/without driving shoes [I'm a size 13 US] it can still be cramped

2. NO ENGINE out the way it is now. If they wanted you to take that engine out, they should have designed quick disconnect items. OR make a portal access hole bigger...matter of fact I might just do that between the rear seats.

3. honestly, who ever thought of burying things should be flogged: battery = must take off wheel [try jumping that in a rush], shocks, um more stuff off, inner console, must REALLY get out your long distance clock...top up/down, well, mine almost always stays up, so, not a big issue, but a bear. FRONT Bearings = same as F40/TR and 348 = VERY expensive ~ $800-1200 each side, rears = $35 each :? WTH
Bearings in general for engine = suck; Metal timeing belt/chain, would have been TRULY nice.

4. Electrical/AMP meter

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2. Electrical/AMP meter
3. Like leather except when I have to maintain it: some carbon would be nice
4. Make standard on all Ferraris: Custom pedals

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Windows that don't require "help" to go up and down.

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