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Thread: HRE 792RS on Porsche 997.2 TT Cab

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    To me the spoiler looks weird since its a vert. but the wheels are omg
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    please for the love of god get us a video of this thing at WOT

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    That is the ultimate euro trash machine.

    All you need is a 8-ball and some Czech hookers and your ready to party.


    I like the wheels, I just can't stand these over the top bumpers and wings every one is throwing on Turbos these days.

    You want a big wing? Man up and get a GT2.

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    Hoooly shit that's perfect. I absolutely love the wheels.

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    stretching 345's....... since when is that a thing you do.

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    pretty tough to stretch a 345 tire


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    TopazKD I agree man. I prefer older stuff too.

    I love 911s and the 993 is my all time fav model. The wheels above are awesome, love how it looks like a fresh take on twists. Not digging the kit/ styling so much though, I'd rather see it with Turbo bumpers and properly dropped with some camber. it's a headturner for sure though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECKS///M3 View Post
    TopazKD I agree man. I prefer older stuff too.

    I love 911s and the 993 is my all time fav model. The wheels above are awesome, love how it looks like a fresh take on twists. Not digging the kit/ styling so much though, I'd rather see it with Turbo bumpers and properly dropped with some camber. it's a headturner for sure though.
    Can't have the old without the new. I understand your thoughts.

    I do miss my MK1/MK2 GTI's. The new GTI's are nice and new, but the old ones have a lot of character.


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