Yeah, it has larger coils and the dampers are adjustable, locking LSD and larger Wilwoods. He said it produces 290 at the crank, which is quite a lot for a car that light. It's really a lot of bang for the buck, this would be a peach of a car for you, billy. It or the E28. Under $20k and great performance, while not eating you alive at the pump. Plus they're both relatively simple to maintain and fix with outstanding part availability.
There are cars that I've bought/tuned that are stupid. The Aventador and Ford GT, ridiculous. They're fun to drive but you never get to take them to their limits, you'd likely die first. The GT is a brute that can spin the rear tires in every gear, at any speed. While the big Lambo, in the most aggressive map (1425bhp), isn't suitable for driving anywhere, if you have a lead foot. We have 4 basic maps set on a toggle; insanity > nuts > fast > valet. Each chops the power by ~1/3; 1425, 940, 650 (pretty close to stock), and 450. Around town I use the 3rd, it's easy on the engine and fuel (20MPG), and I can still scoot from a light if I want. The 2nd is great for peeling the paint off of just about anything on the road. Hayabusa? Sayonara! At the top of the powerband you feel like there should be a wookie howling in your ear. In the words of noted thespian and entertainer MC Hammer, you can't touch this.
So what's left? Indeed, what else is
left? A lot, apparently. I liked the multi-map system so much, we made sure to add the same functionality when we replaced the damaged system in the F40, even added TC, though it's off by default. Our final tune is (when are they ever really "final"?) 760 > 570 > 375. We can get more out of the larger Garretts, up to 33.6psi, but what's the point? That would just blow the gaskets every other run and warp valves (@$140 a pop). @763bhp (665whp) it goes like stink, anyway. Without stability control or ABS there's no help, it's an extremely visceral experience. I love it. You can feel how the suspension and brake upgrades made a difference, we have it set fairly tight and it's already a rather rigid chassis, so it goes where you point it. Though it's still a little over neutral into oversteer, which is where I like it.
Turbo lag? Yeah, there's a good deal of that, but that's what downshifting is for.
It's a good thing to be mindful when you're giving it the beans at full load. Although you can feel some boost in the middle of the rev range, it doesn't come into its own until @5k RPMs. Then it's like igniting a Saturn 5 rocket up your bottom. It's an intense drive.