Porsche 911 – The Undeniable Automotive Legend

By admin / December 22, 2016

This Porsche is one of the world’s fastest racing cars. This racing car is based on Porsche’s standard vehicle 911 GT3. Over the years, these vehicles have been modified greatly, but one thing always remains the same: the logo. Even people that cannot read have the ability to recognize this colorful symbol easily.

Engine

3.6 liter 6-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, which at 7 300 yards delivers 420 hp. The maximum torque of 420 Nm is reached at 6 500 rpm. The whole engine is reduced weight and specially manufactured. Max speed is the whole 8 200 rpm.

Driveline

The power transmission from the engine to the wheels goes through a newly developed six-speed sequential gearbox. Besides reducing the time for changes to prevent the sequential box also handling errors.

Chassis

The chassis is based on the same technology used in Porsche’s standard trucks, namely the front axle with spring struts and rear multi-link. The GT3 Cup is more optimized for racing. Shock absorbers and mounting of suspension and the rear is taken from GT3 RSR. With anti-roll bars of the type of leaf, and adjustable height, angle the wheels and shock absorbers can be optimized chassis for all types of tracks.

Breaks

Traditional red 6-piston aluminum calipers front and rear 4-pistons ditto in the back. Discs measuring 380 millimeters front and 350 mm rear, with the help of a slider in the cockpit, the driver can self-refer braking force distribution between front and rear wheel sets. ABS are missing so the cars also will be able to compete in the GT championship, where this is not allowed.

Exterior

Compared with its predecessor, the new GT3 Cup has 40 percent more downforce. The adjustable rear wing is 60 mm wider and 35mm higher. The body material is adapted for racing and maximum weight reduction.

Interior

A racing seat, a fire extinguisher, and a big cage is briefly summarized what you find inside a GT3 Cup. All important information, such as speed, braking force distribution and temperatures, etc., is integrated into the display in front of the driver. The START button is located, as it should be in a Porsche, to the left of the steering wheel.

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What You Need To Know About Porsche 991 Exhaust System?

By admin / December 19, 2016

Here is a brief overview of Porsche 991 exhaust systems, different metal materials and the benefits of each, fitments and modifications, performance/fuel economy gains, and price levels.

Different materials make a significant difference in price and longevity:

Aluminized Steel – Lowest Cost, Shortest Longevity

If you want a low-cost exhaust system that is light in weight and has improved longevity compared to a stock exhaust, then an aluminized system is to be considered. Weather condition is a big factor in choosing an aluminized steel Porsche exhaust system. If conditions are often wet, then an aluminized system is not going to hold up well over time whereas a stainless steel system will last. One thing to be careful of with an aluminized system is getting scratches on the pipe as it will remove the defensive coating and allow the pipe to start corroding. If kept in good condition an aluminized Porsche 991 exhaust system can last a long time.

Stainless Steel – Highest Cost, Highest Longevity

Exhaust systems made with stainless steel boast the highest quality stainless you can buy. Stainless has the best ability to resist corrosion and rust, and will shine forever! The addition of a higher amount of chromium and nickel added to the steel creates an ability to resist corrosion and scratches. One drawback is very high temperatures can cause a gold tint to appear on the finish over a period. For someone looking for the best possible quality and longevity, the Porsche 911 exhaust system is the hand down the best choice.

Stainless Steel – Mid-Range Cost, High Longevity

Again weather can be a factor in selecting stainless steel Porsche exhaust systems. Although it will greatly outlast aluminized Porsche exhaust systems in harsh, wet weather conditions, it can accumulate light surface rust. Its one drawback a very high temperature can cause a gold tint to appear on the finish over a period?

What will fit?

It is very important to know the fitment specs of a Porsche exhaust system that you are considering to purchase. Many systems are specific to whether the car is two door or 4, manual or automatic transmission, 2 or 4 wheel drive, and on trucks the bed size and cab size. Then you can throw into the mix different exhaust exit locations, single/dual exhaust, etc. and it can be a little confusing. So before purchasing be sure to know all of these details about your vehicle to ensure purchasing the correct exhaust system.

How do aftermarket Porsche exhaust systems benefit over a Stock OEM system?

1. Longevity is greater.

2. Weight is usually lighter

3. Performance gains in horsepower and torque

4. Gains in fuel economy

5. Increases benefits of other vehicle modifications such as aftermarket air intake

6. Performance gains

7. Fuel economy

8. Warranty issues

9. CARB

10. Installation

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