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    I'll wait for the BRZ/STI . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychoazn View Post
    I have both. The FR-S/BRZ steering is more communicative than the S2k. By far. You can FEEL it in the steering when the front tires lose traction, although it's very muted when the car is stock.

    At the bolt-on level, the FR-S/BRZ is almost universally faster. ACS is the only track I have left to test; it's been faster at every other track, including WSIR.

    Notes: Both cars on Tein SRCs, Both cars with a (somewhat) proper alignment, both cars with RS3s (225 square on BRZ, 255 square on s2k).
    It would be useful and appreciated if you would share the setup on both cars and the times and tracks you are referencing. Were comparisons done one the same day? Conditions?
    Did you by any chance have input from another driver in both of your cars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychoazn View Post
    At the bolt-on level, the FR-S/BRZ is almost universally faster. ACS is the only track I have left to test; it's been faster at every other track, including WSIR.
    Are the laptimes actually better in the FRS/BRZ? Or do you mean it's faster in a relative sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakeem View Post
    Are the laptimes actually better in the FRS/BRZ? Or do you mean it's faster in a relative sense?
    If I read it right, think he means lap times are better.
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