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Sema Project 1 | FFtec Tuned 911 964 pt.2

The guys over at FFTEC are working feverishly to complete the motor build before the car goes into paint. I heard it fired up yesterday after getting its intercooler set in place. Look at this monster.

If you’re ever in need of a 4 wheel dyno or need any type of tuning for your car, hit up Sean at FFtec and he’ll take care of your car. Not only does he tune cars but he’s one of the best b-boys in the bay.

FFtec
31911 Hayman Street
Hayward, CA 94544

Whats that peeking thru?

OH man.. huge intercooler.

Another look.

How about a look at Sean doing headspins.

2 Responses to Sema Project 1 | FFtec Tuned 911 964 pt.2

  1. We’re all pretty excited here too.

  2. coming along so good!

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