1973 Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Clone Full Throttle RGruppe German Sports Car PMO
Full throttle acceleration and having a blast in my 1973 Porsche Carrera RS clone. 2161 lbs. 2.7 liter air-cooled flat-6 heaven, 7000 RPMs, PMO carbs, JE Pistons, Electromotive Crank-Fire, OMP Carbon/Kevlar seats, 4-point roll bar, Suspension and alignment perfected by Pacific Power Motorsports, 2-out sport Exhaust, Safecraft 5-point custom racing harness, stiff torsion bars and Weltmister sway bar. The engine sound is much better and louder in person than this video can show. This car is truly at home on the track blasting through a corner at 90mph at full throttle. It's a raw driving experience that is nothing like a modern car.
Ninemeister: Porsche - 993 - RSR
(Updated info below)
A dear friend collecting his freshly, custom built, rhd, 993 RSR by
Then a blat around Brands Hatch, NOT by the owner in the video clip but a
Music - VNV Nation 'Ghosts'
These are the typical questions cropping up so I thought I'd get some
answers for you guys.
1: What was the car originally?
2: What kind on engine is he running, sounds naturally aspirated but
sounds larger than usual ?
3: Don't like to be vulgar but how much would something like this cost
4: Can u tell me what year is this awesome porshce?
5: What are these small "intakes" next to the signal lamps?
1: A RHD 993 rs , damaged on track . re shelled , seam welded , fully
rollcaged , motorsport spec body .
2:. 3.8 na 993 rs engine running nine meister heads , gt3 rsr crank , trick
rockers and other secret shit
3: To this quality around the price of a new 997 gt3 rs ( depending on what
parts you already own )
4: Built in 2009
5: Brake cooling ducts
Martini Racing Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera RS - Great cracking sound!!
I have filmed a Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera RS driven by Dutch famous Formule 1
driver and winner of the 24hrs of Le Mans: Gijs van Lennep! This original
2.7 Carrera RS is from the State of Art collection. These models are
considered by many to be the greatest classic 911s of all-time. RS stands
for Rennsport in German, meaning race sport in English. You can hear the
start up sound and some "backfiring" sound.
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Singer 911 Porsche on CarCast's with Adam Carolla and "The Professor" Sandy Ganz
Rob Dickinson brings in his creation of the ultimate 911. The Singer 911
Porsche grew out of a desire to have the vintage air cooled 911 mystique
with the modern treatment in technology. At the car's core is carbon fiber,
meticulous styling, an engine that sings along at over 8,000 RPM which make
this package about as good as you can get. Nothing left to chance with the
styling, handling or engine package in this car. Hope you enjoy it as much
as we did here at CarCast!
The Singer 911: All You Ever Wanted to Know - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
To some people, mainly Porsche people, this is the most desirable car you
could own. Its creators are a bunch of zany, brilliant Porsche-files who
have invested their lives in re-imagining the classic Porsche 911 shape for
the year 2013. We tour the factory, speak to the team and drive it on road
Jamiroquai's Jay Kay and his Porsche 911 2.7 RS
Held in the grounds of Hedingham Castle, Classics at the Castle is a very
special Porsche car show held annually. This year marks 40 years of the
'RS' and to celebrate a wonderful collection of iconic 911 RS models were
We had the chance to chat to Jay Kay about his love of Porsche's and take a
look at a very special 2.7 RS that he brought to the Classics at the
2011 Singer 911
It is hard to believe, but the Porsche 911 exists despite Porsche's own
attempts to eliminate and replace their beloved icon. This rear engine, 2+2
coupe has defied attempts (type 951 and 928) to terminate its allegedly
dated concept only to be re-invented in superior form and bask in a renewed
wave of enthusiasm.
The 911 brand is so compelling to consumers that even cars that are not
911's (Types 930, 964, 993, 996, 997) have been badged as such since 1990.
Such is the influence of a model and a brand within Porsche that as the
vehicle made vast technical leaps, even wholly re-invented it remains a
911. The original 911, with its air/oil cooled engine was built from 1964
to 1989. This model was succeeded by two much more evolved 911's that were
still air/oil cooled; the type 964 and 993. The 964 and 993 are still
lauded for their own technical brilliance, but the vehicles gained weight
and complexity addressing safety, (airbags) emissions, and feature/ options
concerns. One could argue that the last air/oil cooled 911's, though
brilliant, paid a price for their sophistication.
However, 1998 brought the first 911 to rely on water cooling for the
engine, and it introduced the first all-new and larger body shell to the
model since 1964. In addition, it was the first 911 to feature an engine
with four valves per cylinder which would help it meet power demands and
emissions requirements. While the early 911's were beloved for their unique
sound, a baritone growl that was a product of the engine noise itself which
could easily escape through the thinner castings and cylinder walls (not
surrounded by water) and projected by the fan atop the motor. In the
interest of compliance, performance, and evolution both sound effects were
eliminated. After surviving 35 years, this integral piece of the 911's
character had been severed from the car's persona.
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