SharkWerks 2010 Porsche 997 GT3 with SharkWerks Exhaust System
http://www.sharkwerks.com/products.php?pid=153 - SharkWerks 2010 Porsche 997 GT3 Project Car shown with the factory Exhaust and with the SharkWerks Exhaust System. This system is also available for 2007-2008 997 GT3 and GT3RS. Removes 12 lbs of weight from the rear of any 997 GT3, making the car louder under acceleration, and without adding resonance or drone at freeway speeds.
Porsche 997 GT3 with Maxflo Performance Package
Porsche's 997 GT3 equipped with Maxflo Performance Package. This package
includes Sport Headers which feature German imported, 200 cell sportcats;
Side Muffler Bypass Pipes; Mini-Maxflo rear mufflers with 4.5" deluxe
polished tips; and a high performance air intake system with BMC F1 air
filter. Power increased +29HP/20 ft-lbs of torque to the crank. All
products are available for individual sale if you want to utilize with OEM
components or other aftermarket products.
2010 Porsche 997 GT3RS with SharkWerks Track Exhaust
http://www.sharkwerks.com - The first 2010 Porsche 997 GT3RS in Northern
California shows up at SharkWerks to get a full make-over including the
SharkWerks Track Exhaust system, the
EVOMSit software tuning for 91 octane and improved throttle response.
Initial cold start test and a few blips of the throttle to 4.5K rpms
LIVING THE PORSCHE
Living The Porsche - is a Film by Sydney based company, SoDUS Films. The
guys from SoDUS followed Grant and the team at AutoHaus for more than 8
months to capture stories here at the workshop, away at the track and from
some of our clients. The film was premiered in Sydney, we were there along
with 250 of our good friends. The night was a huge success but obviously
not everyone could get there to see the work. Here is the full-length
version of Living The Porsche and we are proud to share it with you. We
hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Many thanks to the guys at SoDUS films
for letting us share it exclusively on the Autohaus channel.
2010 Porsche 911 GT3 Road Test Video
Inside Line drives one fo the best cars on the road today, the 2010 Porsche
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Daytona High Speed Crash - Porsche GT3
A Porsche GT3 crashes at Daytona International Speedway following a rear
right tire blowout at 150+ MPH coming out of NASCAR Turn #4. Car
immediately veered out of control and crashed into inside wall with massive
damage. The Sparco racing seats, Schroth harnesses, Hans device and helmet
contributed to my walking away with minor injuries. Incident occurred at
PBOC HPDE October 2012.
Here's what happened:
Coming out of NASCAR turn #4 (the same turn that that took Dale Earnhardt's
life), I was accelerating past 150 MPH when I felt a shudder in the rear of
the car followed by an immediate strong bumping / vibration throughout the
car. While I immediately lifted from the accelerator, the blowout of my
right rear tire (Hoosier R6's) caused the car to immediately veer to the
left (just after passing one car and just prior to reaching a second car).
As the car headed towards the inside wall, it was in an out of control
spin. After making one complete spin, the car crashed into the inside wall
on the front left corner of the car and then ricocheted back against the
wall on the rear left corner of the car -- spinning around a couple more
times before coming to a stop.
Here's Why You Must Buy A Porsche 911 Today -- AFTER/DRIVE
The air-cooled Porsche 911 has become the poster child of a receding age of
cars with driving character. And the prices are reflecting buyers'
excitement. Should you get your hands on one now, any way you can, or is
there a Porsche 911 bubble waiting to burst? With Zac Moseley and Mike
Prichinello from Classic Car Club Manhattan.
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