Registered: 9th Nov 2003
Loc: Birkenhead, Wirral.
Well peeps, the title says it all i guess......
You have to drive this thing to believe it, its a 3.4 litre with NO Turbo therefore NO Lag, touch the throttle and its INSTANT power, gets a bit of getting used to i tell you.
You can get ultimate 4 wheel drift as long as you remember to switch the traction control off !
I drove it back 100 miles last night and managed to loose the backend 3 times in the wet. Its so so so heavy at the rear so once she steps out you have to be on your guard as it dosnt just step back in like a RWD car, its determined to spin out on you, takes allot to catch the back end before you do a full 180 degrees and sit facing the wrong way in the middle of the road.
Its a drivers car and the GEMBALLA EXHAUST sounds awesome.
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#974569 - 11th Dec 200611:34pmRe: Scooby : Porsche 966 Carrera 4 Convertible
Registered: 18th Nov 2004
how compatable would that spoiler be with the wierd vent flap that rises and falls as per this piccy
And will the roof be interfeered with as doesnt the panel that the spoiler will stick on need to move to open/close the roof. and AFAIK porsches are fantastic at "drifting" just look at how well the top gear guys can powerslide them when theyre on the show,at the end of the day drifting is just powersliding taken to the next level, altho it must be said, rear engined cars are a lot less forgiving that FR cars, which means more challenging and more rewarding when u get it right