I would not go thaaaat far hehe. Coming from a CS to a Scuderia, I can tell you that the CS felt very sluggish on the straights and out of corners in comparison to the Scuderia, and that's my personal opinion. The steering though felt much more brisk and light in the CS than it does in the Scuderia, which I liked esp. on the track.
My ex-CS was a screamer too, until my ScudXX X-pipe there was just no match to its tubi sound. I had headers, pipes and exhaust and my it was a fire-spitting beast!
Now with the X-pipe in the Scuderia I have achieved perfection
CS who? hehe jk jk, the cult following for a CS though is undeniable and has already made the CS a classic. And most will argue that the Scuderia will never reach that status hence the current market's pricing of the two.
Its quite surprising what a chunk of weight loss and tuning can do to things.
Despite the power deficiency a really extremely stripped modified 360 or CS can get very close to a Scuderia on bhp per tonne but do the same exercise on a Scuderia and the results are pretty close to Enzo and F12 performance territory, i.e. stupidly quick... !
Not exact science (power and weights vary on options and mileage) but here goes...