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2001 911 Turbo 996

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Scott, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. Scott

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    http://www.importshowdown.com/videos/rwdawd-finals.wmv

    Quote from owner.
    My 60ft on this run was 1.91 sec (could have been a lot better since my best was a 1.79 60ft earlier that day).

    My best E/T of the day was a 12.29s 1/4 mile and my best trap was 116.25mph.

    Mods: Version 8 exhaust (my only power mod), Bailey diverter valves, and heavy 19" HRE 540Rs (probably would have been a shade faster if I was using the lighter, stock 18" wheels).

    Stock boost (~10psi), 93 octane pump gas, stock interior, normal street trim, everything else bone stock.


    This is the car.
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  2. kraken

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    in your pocket...
    Thats a pretty Porsche

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  3. Scott

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    Try something different then :D
     
  4. Boots

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    Definetly a nice car... Ruiner off OT owns it... he paid for it via lawsuit :gay:
     
  5. kraken

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    in your pocket...
    I can see it now...
     
  6. hotrod

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    Thats one sexy Porsche!
     
  7. boob

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    mmmmm HRE's
     
  8. Shafft

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    trubo :gay:
     
  9. John Doe

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    Front suspension is out of alignment.
     
  10. Eisenflower

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    Looks like the car has some positive camber in the front? :ugh:
     
  11. John Doe

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    Yes, which is why it looks slightly jacked-up in the front as well.
     
  12. Eisenflower

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    Those wheels are sex on that car though.
     
  13. John Doe

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    They WOULD be if the gap were right...
     
  14. I_am_that_dude

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    2 inches lower and that would be PERFECT!
     
  15. ~La~Aruca~

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    i think all those cars look to much the same, sure they have different motors, but no style change
     
  16. Unknown_RSX-S

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    Definately a beautiful car. Ive always loved Porshe styling. :bigthumb:
     
  17. John Doe

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    The turbo model is easily identifiable from the regular model due to: larger rear deck/spoiler, air intakes in front of rear wheels, wider rear fender flares, bespoke front bumper treatment with larger air intake. I don't know where you get the no styling change, but it's still the same family of vehicle so it should resemble it's siblings.
     
  18. Pirate32

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    That is one sick -ass ride. mmmm
     
  19. shaun

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    Wide angle lens distortion methinks....

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  20. John Doe

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    The suspension misalignment Flower and I are referring to is evident in every picture, not just that one.
     
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    I can clearly see the positive camber issue in the front, in every picture. It's not the lense that was used to snap the pics.
     
  22. shaun

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    yes you're right. I see it now. :oops:
     

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