VR900 Porsche 997 Turbo Tiptronic Boosted Video HD
www.vividracing.com launches their new VR900 package with this Porsche 997 turbo. This Tiptronic car features a built transmission, GT3076rs turbos, Agency Power hard parts, and Softronic ECU Tuning. The car made a very nasty 788awhp at 1.5bar of Boost on a Mustang AWD Dyno.
650 HP BBi Autosport Porsche 997 Turbo S - /TUNED
TUNED visits BBi Autosport in Huntington Beach, CA to drive their new
Porsche 997 turbo S. This unbelievable
machine balances big power with low weight and suspension and brake
upgrades to match. TUNED runs a quarter mile on a runway before heading
into the canyons to see if BBi has really built a no-compromises ultimate
street car for the track.
Porsche 997 Turbo Racing at Track with 825HP - Owned by Cops
Get ready to feel the power and unique styling of the VR825 Porsche 997 turbo. This film showcases the rolling art
of the Vorsteiner enhanced Porsche. Lowered with KW Suspension, the exotic
HRE C93 wheels slam power to the ground with a Clutch Masters twin disk
holding on to twin GT3076rs turbos.
Through the rolling roads to Gila Bend and on the track at Arizona
Motorsports Park, this movie embodies the true lifestyle and capabilities
of what is the best performace shop online.... www.vividracing.com
Flat6 Magazine N°260 - Comparatif Porsche : 997 Turbo contre 997 GT3
Complément vidéo du reportage paru dans le Flat6 Magazine N°260 -
Comparatif Porsche 997 turbo 3.6 ph 1
contre Porsche 997 GT3 3.6 ph 1
A priori, tout les oppose ! Pourtant, malgré leurs philosophies très
différentes, le grand tourisme pour l'une, le grand sport pour l'autre,
elles provoquent de nombreuses hésitations chez les acheteurs potentiels.
Il est vrai que leur cote est aujourd'hui très voisine, ce qui rend
possible ce comparatif, mais peut-on vraiment hésiter entre un gant de fer
sur une main de velours et un gant de fer sur une main de fer ? Il faut
croire que oui, alors amusons-nous à comparer ces deux monstres sacrés !
Cylindrée : 3600 cm3
Puissance : 480 ch à 6000 t/mn
Couple : 620 Nm de 1950 à 5000 t/mn (avec overBoost, 680 Nm de 2100 à 4000 t/mn)
Alimentation : Bosch Motronic ME 7.8.1
Boîte : mécanique, six rapports
Poids : 1585 kg
Puissance fiscale : 39 cv
Performances : 310 km/h, 21"5 au km départ arrêté
Cylindrée : 3600 cm3
Puissance : 415 ch à 7600 t/mn
Couple : 405 Nm à 5500 t/mn
Alimentation : Bosch Motronic ME 7.8
Boîte : mécanique, six rapports
Poids : 1395 kg
Puissance fiscale : 33 cv
Performances : 310 km/h, 21" au km départ arrêté
Dodge Viper GTS Heffner LOUD Backfire!! - 1080p HD
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Maybe you allready know this amazing sounding Dodge Viper GTS Heffner,
because I allready have uploaded some sound videos of this car. But this
time not only the lovely sound of the V10; this video also includes a lot
As you might know, I participated an ''Autobahn Run'' last Sunday with my
VW Golf V GTI. It was a lot of fun, but on the other side; I could not film
the action by myself. That's why my co-driver took my camera, while I was
So, when you think that the quality is not like you are used from me, you
know the reason ;)
Thanks for watching!
Porsche 997 Turbo TechArt 580HP SOUND!!
On the parking lot just near the best gasstation in the world, I have
recorded a white Porsche Porsche 997 turbo with TechArt Exhaust System and TechArt bodykit. It is based
on the first generation 997 turbo and it
has now 580hp. You can hear the valves go open after the turbo starts his engine. I love the 'whistle'
sound from the turbo while the car
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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.
Wiesmann GT MF4-CS vs. Porsche GT3 - GRIP - Folge 249 - RTL2
Was der Wiesmann GT MF4-CS und der Porsche GT3 drauf haben, testen
Stuntfahrerin Miriam Höller und Rennfahrer Sascha Bert. Kann der Wiesmann
mit einem 4 Liter V8 und 420 PS einen Porsche mit 3,8 Liter Sechszylinder
und 475 PS schlagen?
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775HP Porsche 997 Turbo Sounds On Track
This is a gorgeous Porsche 997 MKI turbo
with 775HP. The colour theme is black and yellow and you can see many parts
of the engine in carbon fibre. It was astonishing see how fast this car was
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Proto-Tech Twin Turbo Porsche Build in HD (Start to Finish!)
Proto-Tech is located in South Florida and Specializes in custom turbo applications, this video shows a full build
out from start to finish. If you want to see how horsepower is Born click on
this video. This is the most documented Porsche motor build video to date!
Expect more videos including test drives soon!!
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Special thanks to Bullet Motorsports For putting this together!
2004 Audi A8 3.0 TDI Quattro Tiptronic Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
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Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
The full-size luxury-car segment is a ship constantly steered by a new
captain. Indeed, whenever one of the usual suspects—Mercedes, BMW,
Jaguar, or Audi—releases a new model, it seems the current favorite then
drops to second place. The BMW 7-series recently pulled off this feat,
topping the previous gold standard, the Mercedes-Benz S550, in a comparison
test. The Porsche Panamera then swooped in to knock off the Bimmer.
(Granted, the Panamera is a bit of an outlier, given that its five-door
body doesn't fit the traditions of the segment.) Now the 2011 Audi A8 looks
like a strong contender to be the next to sit in the captain's chair.
One Engine Now, Others Coming
The 2011 A8 goes on sale this fall at a starting price of about $90,000.
The A8 will be available here with just one engine when it launches: the
long-lived direct-injection, 4.2-liter DOHC V-8. As installed in this
third-generation A8, the V-8 gains 22 hp and 4 lb-ft of torque over its
previous iteration, with output now totaling 372 hp and 328 lb-ft. The horsepower figure is
just enough to make it the least powerful in the segment, ceding eight
ponies to the Lexus LS460 and 10 to the S550. Audi says the A8 returns
13-percent-better fuel economy than does its predecessor, which translates
roughly to 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway for the new car.
Have no fear, power brokers: There will be other engines available in the
coming years. Audi has confirmed there will be a W-12 model as well as a
new S8, although the Lamborghini-derived V-10 that powers the last S8 will
be replaced by a smaller and lighter engine equipped with forced induction.
It's rumored that a new 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 will get the job.Another possible engine
in the A8's future is the 3.0-liter V-6 turbo-diesel that's available at launch in Europe.
We had a chance to sample it in southern Spain, and if you don't think the
diesel's 250 hp is enough to power the 4400-pound luxury sedan, allow us to
point out its 406 lb-ft of torque. If that's not enough to keep you from
scoffing, perhaps highway mileage in the 30-mpg range will help. The diesel
feels peppy thanks, to the smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic
transmission, which is perfectly calibrated to keep the engine in the juicy
part of the torque plateau. It isn't as quick as the gasoline V-8, but the
smaller diesel would be more than enough for most drivers.
Unmistakably an Audi, the A8 Is Light on Its Feet
From the outside, the 2011 A8 is clearly cut from four-ringed cloth. The
tail almost completely mimics the rear of the latest A4, and the corporate
grille is in full effect, even if it has grown from a goatee into more of a
mini-beard. All four corners share a similar squared-off element, and the
front quarters, if analyzed closely, hint at the upcoming Bentley Mulsanne
(some interoffice cribbing, maybe?). The LED headlamps are distinctive and
can vary the depth of their beams based on the proximity of oncoming
traffic. Wheel sizes range from 17 inches to 20.All A8 models get that
ZF-supplied eight-speed automatic transmission, which really breathes new
life into the old 4.2, and all have manumatic shifting and paddles on the
steering wheel. We estimate the A8 will scoot to 60 mph in the
mid-five-second range—middle of the pack in terms of acceleration. But
what it lacks in outright speed, the A8 makes up for in sporting demeanor.
That demeanor comes in part from the fitment of the high-tech bits that are
optional on lesser models as part of Audi "drive select" packages. Standard
on the A8 are adjustable shocks, variable-rate air springs, variable-ratio
steering, and most notably, the torque-vectoring rear differential found in
the S4 and S5. (Options packaging for the U.S. hasn't been completely
finalized. A "more dynamic" adjustable air suspension is part of a Sport
package on the current car, but given the new car's standard chassis
hardware, we expect that if such a package were to be offered, it would
encompass only wheels and aesthetic tweaks.)The trick diff helps curb the
effects of that longtime bane of Audi dynamics, weight distribution. Audi
engines have traditionally been bolted well ahead of the front axle, a
front-heavy setup that contributes to predominant, if predictable,
understeer. The engine location is no different in the '11 A8, but the
sport differential eliminates the push and turns the car into a neutral
Like the latest 7-series, the A8 drives smaller than its length (202.2
inches) suggests, and the variable-rate steering transmits a good amount of
information from the tires. Our largest dynamic complaint concerns the
brake pedal, which is mushy in its first couple of inches of travel. That
could be attributable to the early production models we drove, so we'll
wait until we test one to see if things are tightened up.