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aftermarket supercharging

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Hello all.

I am a owner of a 2005 997S. I bought it in February in Dallas, and have been happy with the purchase. It is fast, comfortable, and now that I had XM satellite radio installed as an aftermarket option, I should be feeling complete.

However, I don't...I want more power!

Does anyone here have information or advice regarding aftermarket or bolt on superchargers?

I have looked at the web extensively for this and RUF and Evolution motorsports are doing it for around $10,000.

Your help would be most appreciated. I want to get my new 997S under 4 seconds and over 190mph, things I think that a boost of horsepower from 355 to 415 or so should do.

Regards, Tex

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Stick with someone who has an excellent reputation for service & quality - RUF has that + lots of experience making hotter/hottest Porsches...............Flipside is you wait for the 997 Turbo - then trade up.

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