Mike Hickory is driving the 1988 Porsche 928 S4. First day ever at the track. Normally aspirated, 3600 lbs, 316 horsepower V-8. Scott Brennan is driving a 1991 Toyota MR2. turbocharged with 18.5 lbs of Boost, 2600 lbs, 330 horsepower. Toyota pulled a 13.7 and the Porsche pulled a 14.2 Richmond Dragway.
1990 Porsche 928 S4: 0 to 100 KM/Hour
This was fun!
Visit: http://porsche928-s4.blogspot.com for more details on my Porsche 928
This is a 1990 Porsche 928, S4. This is an automatic (it was standard with
the S4 as of 1990). According to Porsche it is supposed to do 0 - 100 in
5.4 seconds and I think under perfect circumstances (weather/road) it would
still come close - at least not bad considering its already 20 years old
with no added performance parts.
1983 Porsche 928 S Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1983 Porsche 928 S. I take
viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while
showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues
to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start
it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of
this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the
Porsche Panamera Turbo "vs" Porsche 928 - Prueba / Test / Review Coches.net (2014)
Porsche Panamera turbo
Hoy probamos uno de los Panamera más lujosos y prestacionales de la gama:
el Panamera turbo. Esta berlina
deportiva monta un potente motor V8 de 4.8 litros y 520 CV. Durante la
prueba nos acompañó Eduard Fernández, redactor y probador de Motos.net,
que se trajo consigo un modelo emblemático dentro de la historia de
Porsche: el 928, al que podríamos considerar el "abuelo" del Panamera.
Presentado por Néstor Abarca
Producción audiovisual: Crator
1994 Porsche 928 GTS Review
(C) 2014 ShiftMotoring
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Produced By ShiftMotoring,
Producer: Haydn Bottle
Director: Matthew Zychowski
Photography: Luke Cogar, Daniel Ek
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How to Build a 3.8L Porsche Track Monster
This is the full-length film about my Porsche 964 3.6L to 3.8L RS engine
conversion. It was filmed over 3 months and I couldn't be happier with the
final result. My car was built for ME...my specs, my goals, and my vision.
Speedsporttuning listened to everything I dreamt about as a kid and build
the car around my personality... and for that I will be forever grateful. I
hope you all enjoy the video as much as I did making it. -L
Le Mans Classic 2010 Porsche 928GTS Lap
This is a lap of Le Mans in my Porsche 928GTS. They kept us waiting nearly
an hour to get on the track in 40deg temperatures so everything was getting
very hot. The camera was on a dual suction mount fixed to the inside of the
passenger window so we could only open the driver's side. Even with the
aircon going flat out it was still cooking inside. I notice some break up
on the soundtrack the first time down the start and finish straight so
perhaps the camera was feeling the heat as well. (Sony HDR-HC1E) The high
levels of background noise are due to the air blast from the dashboard
The 928s were the only Porsches fitted with a V8, the GTS is the last of
the line and has a 5.4lit 32 valve unit. The Exhaust on my one has an X pipe and a rear
muffler bypass so it performs quite efficiently (and sounds good too!) The
engine was peaking at around 5.5-6k RPM on the quick bits. It has a four
speed auto box and it gives a very quick shift with no loss of momentum
although it probably loses quite a few horse power in the torque converter.
We were two up with a full tank and 60kg of camera gear in the boot so I
was taking it easy round the corners. I had also intended to change the
brake fluid before we left for France as it was due on age but a stuck
bleed nipple prevented that. Given the high atmospheric temperature and the
potential for significant heat generation in the brakes I was a bit wary of
vapour generation in the fluid so I was not using the brakes to their full
effect. There is nothing more embarrassing than arriving at a corner at
high speed with no brakes!
Nevertheless we managed to achieve some satisfactorily high speeds, just
over 160mph, which was ok given the maximum speed ever recorded in the car
was 173mph on the Nordschleife. Due to the delay we only got one lap when
we had paid for two so that was disappointing. There was no offer of a
1979 Porsche 928 FIRST DRIVE IN 20 YEARS!!!
The starter went out in 1993. The female owner parked the car in the back
of her property til today. I removed said starter, had the solenoid
replaced... Put the starter back in.Poured in some fresh gas, and after a
hell of a valve-train noise it smoothed right out. It runs, drives, stops.
But, is far from perfect. It sat for a LONG TIME. I'm astonished it started
MORE VIDEOS OF THIS CAR TO COME AS WE BREATHE LIFE INTO IT!!!
Drivetrain: 4.5 Liter V8, 5 speed manual, IRS rear end, four wheel disc
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Porsche 928, German Muscle
The owner of a 1980 Porsche 928 reflects on his soon to be sold car that he
said he would never sell. The 928 is a very special car and it is both
under rated and under valued.