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Old 11-03-2005, 10:46 PM   #16
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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

9ff came up with the 997 turbo, but this is a Ruf section.
And I do agree that this Turbo looks a bit too tacky, maybe its the color, or all the bodywork idk.
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Old 11-24-2005, 05:59 AM   #17
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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

i miss the "form follows funciton" principle...

let´s first wait for porsche´s own 997 turbo and 2 more years for the next ruf which then will be based on the original 997 turbo. nut just on a c4
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Old 11-29-2005, 10:45 PM   #18
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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

Pretty sure it is base on a C2 with AWD optional. The aerodynamics are pretty functional but could be cleaner, I dig the 9ff when it comes to 997 turbo conversion stuff. Even though I am Ruf fan.
But still despite it's looks a 3.3 0-60, with no traction control is one hell of a ride.
And any company that modifies porsches is tight.
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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

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Porsche customers who can't wait for the upcoming Porsche 911 (997) Turbo should visit Alois Ruf. Ruf offers their well known engine upgrades for the latest Porsche 911 with up to 650 HP. Ruf is a real manufacturer, they bought the car body from Porsche and built the whole car in their own factory with some really interesting features like the integrated rollbar. More infos and pictures after the jump.

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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

only time i've been in a RUF is in GT2 on ps1.
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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

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Thats a sweet looking RUF
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Old 02-05-2006, 03:31 PM   #22
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Re: New Ruf Porsche 997

I got mt Excellence a few days ago, and damn that car is amazing. It is one of the best cars I have ever heard of. This car I think is going to have a very nice spot in history. And get the new excellence, the Ruf CTR article is really good.
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