Drifting is a contest of style, so as long as you're able to control the slide, there's never really such a thing as too much power. This amount of power just means faster drifting and probably greater drift angles (since the greater speed will keep the car flying sideways for longer without risk of stopping) and more… » 4/08/15 12:36am 4/08/15 12:36am

Buy her the car that she wants first. Even if this is a non-enthusiast wife, everyone has preferences. Get her something that fits her preferences and is reliable. Then it won't matter what you buy, because you have one reliable car. Then you just have to have a wife who is understanding enough like mine, when… » 3/27/15 2:42pm 3/27/15 2:42pm

If practicality were the case, more people here would buy hatchbacks instead of the often-uglier and less useful small sedan option (see Golf vs Jetta for instance). I tend to think that it might have more to do with stagnant wages often causing people today to no longer be paid well enough to afford more than one… » 3/24/15 10:24am 3/24/15 10:24am

This is anecdotal, but in my experience, it's somewhat difficult to create a dangerous situation from a repair as long as you do your research about it and really concentrate on the work. I've had a bolt fly out of a caliper while going 80mph due to my own mistake, while being an hour and half drive from home, and… » 3/05/15 10:42am 3/05/15 10:42am

They are separate from Porsche and started out as a tuning company. Now a days, the modifications are so extensive that they're considered a manufacturer in their own right. The cars even have Ruf-specific non-Porsche VIN numbers. » 3/04/15 9:59pm 3/04/15 9:59pm