Leave it to the Hoonigans to find out. Brian Scotto’s white 964 is one of the first two car Nakai-San built in the US, the first US-based RWB Turbo, and one of the first RWB turbos after Nakai’s personal 930.
Brian is no stranger to childish hooliganism in his 964, and this time had to find out if the car could manage a burnout. The attempt is loud, obnoxious, and consumed both a five gallon jug of water and Scotto’s clutch hydraulics. This particular build has a number of unique touches, which evoke not only Nakai’s distinctive style, but Scotto’s history in watercooled VWs. Before playing the video, please bear in mind that these guys are pretty free with their language, and your workplace might not be.
Though Fifteen52 has attained near ubiquity in recent years, the brand has its roots in 1552 Design. Originally the Fifteen52(1552) was a division of Joe Koppen Motorsports with its fingers deep in the VW scene. Brian too has a background with VWs and Audis. As such, this RWB Porsche sports several small items, like headlight crosshairs, which were popular in Mk.II Golf GTis in the early 2000s. The 3-Piece Tarmac wheels are based on Compomotive M05s. M05s were a popular choice with the VW crowd, and were updated by Fifteen52 as the centerpiece of their current line of wheels.
The car is polarizing, though Scotto deserves some credit for being unafraid to use(or abuse) it.