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Not sure if this is going to work but this might help to answer the "serious go" question. I haven't found any more info than this. http://speedhunters.com/archive/2011/11/01/car-feature-the-illest-rwb-porsche.aspx
Always love those cars. Even though Rauh Welt is grammatically incorrect, lol.Regarding the go-aspect, i haven't seen/heard too much about the cars' owners, really, but the tidbits that i did find was that a good amount of people actually track them a lot.Thanks for the video post!
Wondering what the cost of the whole operation (buy 964 or 930 + modding) could be.I insanely want one...
LOL Isn't Lewis Hamilton sh*t
Bodywork aside, I suspect that for that stance and wheel/tire combo to work better than stock, you'd need some serious chassis development. Not saying he hasn't done it, but I've not heard. RWB is flavor of month but not for me, thanks.
RWB tends to focus on bodywork, leaving the go faster bits to the respective owners to sort out.Check outhttp://www.7tune.com/feature-car-rwb-rough-rhythm-part-1/ http://www.7tune.com/feature-rwb-double-trouble-part-1/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puCBOiOhWT0I think a lot of the owners race them...
Actually, Nakai-San is in that clip as well...I guess they have a bit of go too ;)