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The guys over at Fast N Loud make a living out of dreaming up and creating some pretty awesome cars. From their F40 to their latest Porsche project, they’ve done quite a bit in their shop and the world has followed each build thanks to their television show.

This latest Porsche build involved a well priced 2000 Porsche 996 and a LS3 engine fitted where some say it should belong. But, even if the purists disagree, you can’t help but be just a little excited about an LS-powered German sportscar like the 911. After the LS swap was done, the car was capable of 432 ho and 420 lb-ft of torque, making it formidable, but more importantly, cost efficient.

To prove the car’s worth, they decided to take this “junkyard” Porsche against Richard Rawling’s new 911 Turbo S. A brand new Turbo S has 580 hp on tap and the ability to run 0-60 mph in just 2.8 second, for comparison’s sake. Which one wins? Well, click play below to find out!


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