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Old 24th April 2004, 01:49   #1
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Rumoured specs
3.8L
450Hp
0-60mph in 3.7 secs !!!!!
and *check out the new retro-styled circular headlamps that they say *911s will soon be sporting. lol i dunno y those lights remind me of the ones on the Matiz
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450bhp and 0-60 in 3.7?? Must be very light then. Stripped down version of the 911 Turbo, like the M3 CSL maybe.

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hmm i think the current 911 turbo has 420bhp does a 0-60 in 3.9ish secs ( dont remeber the exact figures .. so sue me * )
so the 06' 911 turbo with 450 bhp should do like a 3.7ish without any major weight reductions .. which the M3 employs
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nice another reason to have kids and sell them!!!! anyways why is that all the testing goes on in place where there is a lot of snow. rememebrthe mclaren and the enzo test picture..theywere all in the snowy conditions!!!why...!
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their idea is to test it in extreme driving conditions.. *to give a kind-of thermal shock ...cold weather is much more difficult to simulate compared to hot so they need to use nature as a testing lab... also.. there arent any rcent hot weather testings coz hmm * *summer hasnt really arrived yet *
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