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One Bad Turbo in France

Enjoy

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4525544514589748813&pr=goog-sl

Note his gear ratios and very little turbo lag.....
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Old 05-02-2007, 12:07 PM
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That car is actually a SC/RS a rare car if it is genuine.
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Nathan is right that is no turbo.
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That's some serious skillful driving there!
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NOW THAT'S HOW YOU DRIVE A PORSCHE!! ( well apart from the little excursion at the end, lol )
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I was thinking it wasnt a turbo also but wasnt sure..I figured you guys would enlighten me...Definitely cool and worth watching though...
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Two things...

First.. wow, that is awesome. Is it just me or does that sound make your hair stand up .. I love the that sound!

Second, those people are just stupidly close to the track!
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Quote:
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That car is actually a SC/RS a rare car if it is genuine.
It doesn't appear to be an SC/RS, unless it has been heavily modified, which seems unlikely. It is a widebody car and has 964 bumpers. Although it also has 935 mirrors and a 3.8RS tail, so who knows what is was originally built from. But it could easily be a 964 chassis, and possibly AWD.
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That car is actually a SC/RS a rare car if it is genuine.
Don't think that is an SC/RS... I can not see anyone modifying a rare car like that with 964/965 style bumpers and wing.....


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That's some serious skillful driving there!
Yep, right up to the part where it ends up on it's roof....

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Jeff, I'll have to watch it again ..I thought he hit some trees...And he hit what ever HARD.....I'm surprised they were both still alive. It looks like he is on his fastest print when he looses it...How fast do you guys think he was going? 100+????????

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NO doubt about it, he looked good until the end. The car goes like mad! It sure seems like it is going well over 100. In parts it sounded like it was flat out with no more revs to go, mind you it certainly has a very short gear box in it.

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That car is a 911/930 for sure. No way it is a 964.
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