TX2K11 S14 in car Fun Runs
S14 in car...
Supporting Mods (Tomei / Trust / Apexi / HKS)
Still slow, only at 18lbs during these runs.
Will be at 28 next year with more motor work.
Overall, great time with good people except the stupid fucking Sentra from
Friday night that kept blocking people/getting in the way and the first red
Supra on Saturday from Louisiana that tried to cheese his way into a
victory. Wanted to keep going, but race gas is expensive and we just went
through two full tanks the whole weekend.
This is a script written and directed by itsguyguy, no cars were harmed in
the filming of this video except that stupid red Supra from Louisiana, he
2011 Porsche Panamera 4 3.6 Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Review
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2011 Porsche Panamera 4
3.6. New to 2011 the 3.6L Direct Injection V6 with 300 hp. The most in
depth panamera video on youtube. 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 vehicle.
Porsche 997 911 Oil Change Video
Ok, this video is how to change the oil in a Porsche 997 911 fitted with
the 3.8L engine found in the MK1 version of the said 997 Carrera S. But
having said all that this could be of use to anyone with a 996 as well,
hell, its an oil change so it could be of use to anyone with an engine! The
principal is the same for most engines, you will just have to imagine the
engine at the front of the car in most other instances. Few!
Now, back to the relevance of doing the oil change on a 997... Infrequently
used 997s can some times build up a mixture of water vapour and oil in the
oil filler tube. This leads to what looks like mayo under the filler cap.
Heavy water beading can drop into the engine. This is not good, so this is
why I would recommend changing the oil once a year and don't do any more
than 4000 miles in any one service oil change interval.
test it! - Porsche Panamera V6 | drive it
The Panamera with the smallest available engine still packs a punch!At
Porsche it's a bit of a tradition to put the most powerful engine possible
into the new model on the market. But this car isn't bad either. With a 3.6
liter engine and optional double-clutch PDK transmission, the car shoots
from zero to 100 in just over six seconds. New on board is an automatic
start-stop function which improves fuel consumption.