MotorheadThanks Brian. And I guess that the PDK option adds 20-25kg to the manual cars? Jeff
BJ InnesJeff, Regarding the weight comparison between the 981 and 718. It just so happens I am currently compiling a comparative report on the 981 Cayman GTS PDK and the 718 Cayman GTS PDK. I have the following respective weights listed below taken from the handbooks. 981 Cayman GTS PDK Kerb Weight DIN: 1370kg - 1440kg depending upon specification. 718 Cayman GTS PDK Kerb Weight DIN: 1420kg - 1490kg depending upon specification. The 718 is 50kgs heavier than the 981 on a like for like basis. Brian
BJ InnesRalph, The respective weights I have posted are from the handbook Kerb Weight DIN values. They will likely differ from your definitive corner weighting measurements, although I would expect the values to fall within the range quoted in the handbook. Brian
MotorheadAlthough I don't have any figures to hand, my impression is that Porsche are producing more GT3s than they have in the past?
ralphmusicA video, albeit not with Mr GT3 - it is in English... a considerable
ralphmusicA video, albeit not with Mr GT3 - it is in English...
TwinfanI think by 'GTS' engine, he's referring to the 3.8ltr unit from the 991.1 911, which would be the engine from the 981 GT4 with the X51 upgrade. This would likely be the best that engine can do in terms of output without major investment and it didn't go far enough to overcome the emissions and particulate needs of the 718 GT4.
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