We don’t want to be another company that just rocks products on the best looking vehicles – we want to show what our products are truly capable of, and why we make them.
Hence our project cars. Plus, who doesn’t like building badass cars and going fast?
Many of you have probably already come across the #CSFevoX multiple times. At this point, it’s been around the block, headlining most of the top media outlets and hitting numerous events around California. But, an all-new version 3.0 of the EVO is coming back with a vengeance in 2020 – so be on the lookout.
Unlike the full-on race car that is CSF EVO X, our Porsche 991 Turbo S is sort of a sleeper.
Its purchase was sort of a “right place, right time” situation. We were riding the high of our F8X product popularity and came across this 991 as someone else’s unfinished project. With an immediate goal of 1,000 horsepower in mind, it was the perfect opportunity to build a car that not only appealed to the European market, but also the supercar world.
We wanted to be one of the fastest cars on the West Coast. We wanted to steal the spotlight at local shows. But, most importantly, we wanted to prove that our products could withstand all sorts of competitive environments. So, we set out to build such a vehicle.
Fast forward to the present day and we’ve accomplished a lot with the 991 – the 986whp build has been recognized by some of the biggest names in the industry, tackled the half-mile multiple times, and even claimed the short-lived title of the “Fastest German car in the West.” Its fully-built engine is kept cool with our Radiator Kit and High-Performance Intercoolers (designed in partnership with RK Autowerks) throughout daily driving, Southern California commutes, and often 1/2-mile racing.
“This is a car, and company, which is truly walking the walk with 1,000-plus crank horsepower to boot.”– Trevor Yale Ryan @ SpeedHunters
To learn more about the CSF 991 Turbo S, check out the videos and stories below: