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Hey guys my back is getting better so I thought I would give it a workout and went to Sebring today. Saw this and thought of you......

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Old 12-04-2009, 05:39 PM
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Now that's F***ING PORN!!!!!!!!! Nice!

Yes the work with the model is workable! Although I'm not sure we can get her to get near the car when its running hahahhaa.
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Old 12-04-2009, 06:19 PM
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'Dawg: Great engine photo from Sebring! Glad to hear that you're mobile again...

Gabe: Regarding plans for our model: We can all chip in and buy her a fireproof bikini, or we have one of the camera geeks photoshop the rear end shot so that it just LOOKS like she's standing right over the ass end of the car. Personally, I prefer option 1.
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Great racing and brotherhood here in Florida!

Goodluck J & G. FG thats how 930 rolls.
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Old 12-05-2009, 10:30 AM
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Digging this Fünf Gruppen thing. I don't have a 930, but I've got something that can keep up. Looking forward to more posts and the FG site as it develops. Wish I could get my R to the east coast for the next Turbopalozza, but might have to wait until one happens out this way. Keep up all the good work guys.
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Digging this Fünf Gruppen thing. I don't have a 930, but I've got something that can keep up. Looking forward to more posts and the FG site as it develops. Wish I could get my R to the east coast for the next Turbopalozza, but might have to wait until one happens out this way. Keep up all the good work guys.

That is the sickest 964, if its the one i've seen some magazine articles on? Awesome work brother!

now, back to all things 930.... I'm zork-less, thanks to the local constabulary's work last week
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Digging this Fünf Gruppen thing. I don't have a 930, but I've got something that can keep up. Looking forward to more posts and the FG site as it develops. Wish I could get my R to the east coast for the next Turbopalozza, but might have to wait until one happens out this way. Keep up all the good work guys.
Glad to see you made it over here! Thanks for the closeup of the wheel in the other thread - those are just so beautiful, just so many layers to that wonderful ride.

Btw I just sent you a PM on RL, with a link to those items.

asceales: damn dude, they made you get rid of the zork? That f'n blows! Can't you fight it?
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Really like that 964, very cool!
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Not very important, but the racing series was called "Gruppe 5", spelled Gruppe Fünf, 1977-1981, replaced by Gruppe C.

Fünf Gruppen means five groups (of something), Gruppe 5 in contrast group #5...

For information only
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Gabe...thanks!

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That car is sooo sick!!!
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Glad to see you made it over here! Thanks for the closeup of the wheel in the other thread - those are just so beautiful, just so many layers to that wonderful ride.

Btw I just sent you a PM on RL, with a link to those items.

asceales: damn dude, they made you get rid of the zork? That f'n blows! Can't you fight it?
sadly no - the decibel count doesn't lie. The system here is you then have to go over the pits at Licensing, so out came all the kit and in went all the stock bits ... and they still found some dysfunctional lights, windscreen washer and oil leaks on which to fail it

Still, fixing that means another engine drop, so maybe time to put in closer gears and other stuff - makes a good christmas present to it from me!!

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Not very important, but the racing series was called "Gruppe 5", spelled Gruppe Fünf, 1977-1981, replaced by Gruppe C.

Fünf Gruppen means five groups (of something), Gruppe 5 in contrast group #5...

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Hey Roland, what are you rebuilding in your lounge room at the moment? pics!

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Hey Roland, what are you rebuilding in your lounge room at the moment? pics!

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Hi Alex

Well, you are partly right, I am working on my car, but until now only in garage (at least for now)

Pics will follow in a new thread soon...
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Not very important, but the racing series was called "Gruppe 5", spelled Gruppe Fünf, 1977-1981, replaced by Gruppe C.

Fünf Gruppen means five groups (of something), Gruppe 5 in contrast group #5...

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Hi Roland, thanks for the input.

Gabe and i were aware that 'Gruppen' is the plural of 'Gruppe' or Group, but we went with Gruppen for two reasons. First, to distinguish us from the already extant and well known 'R Gruppe' here in the US, and Second, we wanted the plural 'Gruppen', to be symbolically inclusive of all owners of the iterations of the turbocharged aircooled flat-6, from the seminal 930 through the 993TT, and of course racing versions. Sort of a 'play on words' if you will, with Group 5 being the focus as it most succinctly sums up Porsche's fanatical, no-holds barred quest for turbocharged horsepower from the flat-6 in a drive for total domination... which is what we are about.

BTW, did you ever find a source for the ducted rear flares you were asking me about? This is your car, yes? Beautiful.


It would be fairly easy to modify your existing flares to accept the RSR style rear ducts. Are your rear flares fiberglass or steel?
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Hi juicersr

No, did not find any ducts, but I did not searched intensive. But if, they would be too expensive and not bolt on anyway. Flares are steel. So with this facts in mind I'll start to make my own ones out of GRP this winter like I did my wing before...

And yes, this is my car, thank you
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Hey guys, as promised the new BB is up and running so feel free to check it out!

The wait for our new home and place of misguided non-sensical idiocy and horsepower goodness is over!

Again, not to take away from this community which has proved invaluable for research, get togethers etc. this new forum is just a place to get us knuckle heads away from the good people and so we can run free and have a great time doing what we do best and to focus only on that which we have a passion and obsession for.


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Gabriel has working his azz off on getting the forum up and running, so just wanted to publicly give him a hand. Keep in mind that there are still a few kinks to work out, so be patient if it is a little 'clunky' for starters... kinda like early phase of EFI tuning

Anyhow, all of you guys asking about a FG badge, well here it is.


The Phoenix seemed an appropriate symbol of the modifying of these cars (both historically and by everyone here) to make them stonger, faster and the unfolding wings emblematic of the quest for ground effects to keep these things glued... plus we just thought it looked cool, similar to some of the German WW2 fighter squadron emblems.

We will be playing around with the colors, and the badge itself will probably just be the circle without the borders. Coming soon in decal and badge form to a FungGruppen store near you

What do you guys think?
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I was actually hoping that this would maybe enlongated/stretched a bit and used as the Gruppe decal.

Would look cool on the front (small above or on the pocket) of a Tshirt & larger on the back!

Hey,, I'm just say'n...

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