There are a number of qualities and features that instantly identify a Porsche to those in the know. That solid thunk you get when you close the driver's side door, the evolutionary yet still iconic design of a 911s rear-end and the ability to reverse the spin of the earth when you step hard enough on the brakes. It's a feeling that never fades …Continue to the full article
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10 Pieces Of Porsche Technology That Transferred From The Race Track To The Road
1. Ring Synchronization: Before there was PDK…Before there was Tiptronic…Before there was Synchronization, there was the legendary “crash-box” transmission. Drivers were expected to have the skills to match engine RPMs with transmission RPMs for each gear. That meant listening and feeling what the car was doing for ever gearshift made, especially …Continue to the full article
Ever Wonder How Porsche’s Ceramic Composite Brake Discs (PCCB) are Made?
Whenever I walk up to our 993 the first thing my eye is drawn to are those "Big Red" brakes by Brembo. Now, on a lot of newer Porsches you'll see yellow calipers glowing behind the wheels. The yellow color calls out ceramic composite brakes and lets you know that particular Porsche can stop pretty damn quick. If you ever wondered what these …Continue to the full article