I would sell you all into slavery for a P1. No doubt about it.
Likewise sticky. You'd be the first on the auction block haha.
Mclaren definitely beat porsche no doubt. The only reason mclaren didn't post a time was because they didn't want to make a benchmark for Ferrari to aim for. I'm sure if ferraritheferrari posted lap time for the ring today mclaren will be posting theirs shortly after to prove who the big boy is. This is all marketing and a game involving mclaren and Ferrari. "
" I dunno, there was a bit of spin on the n55 stuff but that one did have issues and high tension at the time. Turbo? Tune? I think it's the DME, but have no proof or ideas lol. On this car I don't think Terry did or said anything wrong, I mean seriously a clutch sensor who would have known, he noticed the issue, helped him get it fixed and still spent hours trying to tune it well. I think any spin was from other members with sworn loyalties for this set at least. Regardless it didn't take much time to resolve the issues.
Looking forward to your shaft speed data Tony. No rush, just looking forward. Nobody has seen that before for our cars :-) "
" One of the times I like to play a console is when the internet is down... This is straight up bullshit on Sony's part, especially if you can't play because they are doing maintenance on their stuff. "
the day before the dyno, we realized that I had a boost leak as the car was making only 14 psi boost on 17.5 target, I visually checked the lines and found that the 2 short lines that are going to the each DV had cracks. I replaced them and the car started hitting the boost.maybe, I still have some issues on the vacum lines somewhere else. I am not sure if slower spool is caused by another issue with othe vacum lines but I will do the boost test today to see If I can find anything else. I am not someone that is super inclined on figuring out these things but I will get to the bottom of it.
Do yourself a favor and just replace all the vacuum lines. The stock ones get very brittle with age. "
" and Lastly Ladies and Gents, as Sticky already mentioned, there is no way that a stock E63 will be beating a modified M6, especially from PPP. There is enough technical track data to prove it, yet some clown living in the MHP tent thinks otherwise. "
ahahahah. whatever dude . Like I said, bring your car to the mile run that @Sticky will be organizing, and I'll show you and everybody in the forum what an M6 from PPP does to you. oh Abdullah, I'll be driving the M6 :-)
Why is it the same M6? is it because its blue and it has a KSA license plate?
if it is the same car, did he start in 4th gear while you were in 2nd gear, lol? "
I honestly have no idea as it looks stock to me regarding how it performs. I think we can all agree a modified M6 should beat a stock E63.
I don't know the guy but I have no problem with him and appreciate the videos regardless. These things often require some critical thinking from the users to come to their own conclusion.
It doesn't require a lot my friend!
the M6 from PP-Performance finished the mile run @ Moscow Unlim in a record 27 seconds, which faster than any AMG Tuned/Stock to participate in the history of the event. @ghost can fill you in.
It even beat the E63 4S from Gorilla Racing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...;v=jA_WH5mg-tQ "
" The automotive world is running out of superlatives to bestow upon the Porsche 918 Spyder. Yes, the car looks absolutely amazing. It performs absolutely amazing as evidenced by its sub 7-minute Nurburgring laptime. It also sounds absolutely amazing as its race derived V8 approaches 9k rpm on the tach. This vehicle is simply one of the best supercars ever created and a technological tour de force. Does it sound like PorscheBoost wants one? Porsche wants one.
Check out the video below. Drooling and day dreaming are reasonable responses.