View Poll Results: 350Z or S2000, turbo or natural?

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  • turbocharged 350Z

    10 33.33%
  • turbocharged S2000

    7 23.33%
  • Naturally Aspirated 350Z

    4 13.33%
  • Naturally Aspirated S2000

    9 30.00%
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Thread: turbo 350Z or turbo S2000?

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    turbo 350Z or turbo S2000?

    ok readers, this one is killing me.I love japanese cars and more so turbo chargers.lol. I have seen turbo S2000's and they are sick, but then i saw a couple turbo charged 350Z's.Which do u prefer?turbo or non turbo 350Z or S2000? share your views please, I'm loving the 350Z by the way, but the S2000 is a 'bess' looker.which is better?

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    I'd take a NA S2000
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    Supercharged S2000
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    since i am a fan of the VQ35DE i will go with the 350Z
    however
    the s2000 is better balanced and better handling. it also is a wonderful (yet old) piece of technology.
    s2000 is more expensive to mod. 350 is easier to. many arguments here. also why turbo a 350 when you can get a GTR?
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    turbo Z... i dont think a turbo is in the future for the G, but it would be a lot of fun.
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    coolieman1220, which GTR are u speaking of? the 08 or the R34 etc?i dont think most ppl can afford the 08 GTR.might hav to settle for something cheaper like a 350Z.also, i like the small size of those two cars. luv a good power to weight ratio.

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    a Z is not a light car. its actually stupidly heavy. the G35 is even worse.

    if you want a lightweight, then the S2K is the way to go. stock they have enough power to get you in trouble, and so little grip that when the rears lose it, you have no control. i have seen more of them spin autoxng than any other type of car, mr2s included.
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    the 350 will take to turbo's better. but it's heavier. so:
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    what he said. s2000 is much more a sports car.
    and you've seen S2Krazy's car whiteballz
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    Twin turbo Enzo.



    Seriously speaking get a last gen STi or an older 200/240SX and play around with that. A 350Z is not light.
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    neither is a 200/240... get a miata if you want light.
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    200sx, depending on model is like 2700 lbs.
    350z is about 3200 lbs.

    That's like a 1 million dollar difference in blow. Or 2-5 hookers.
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    interesting measure...

    so what youre saying is a 200sx with a VQ35DE would be the solution
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    i can link you to an S13 with the VG30... still several huindred kilo's lighter than a 350 haha.
    although iirc you guys never got S15's, and your S13/S14 came with truck engines.
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    yeah... they really were a let down compared to the stuff you guys got. and now every single one out there is riced. annoyingly. ugh.
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    i suppose there's always LS1 swaps
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