I searched the web and haven't seen any good video. It would be nice to see a rolling start with a GT3 or Carrera S or 911 turbo or even E92 M3.
Uhhhhh, no, torque is not the "biggest factor". You can have different ratiosI doubt turbo Cayman is going to be faster than 997 turbo because torque is the biggest factor. On a mustang dyno stock 997 turbo produces close to 450 lb-ft on the wheels.
It was my 2nd time to VIR and I really love the track. This filmed session was odd with a red flag test after a couple of laps which seemed to disrupt everyone's rhythm including mine.cool to see how relaxed you look at VIR.
Yes that was a nice drive. THat long straight with the curves in it lookscool to see how relaxed you look at VIR.
For me, a stick worked. Only a few welts and those hands never came off the wheel again. :beer:That's been the comment from every driver I know that's seen the video.
I am working on it.....and a few other things.
I am still not extremely happy with the figures my car has, but I saw on the web what figures magazines have made with wendland, techart, speedart and ruf's cayman and all were from 15.5 to 16.7 0-200km.
So mine at 15.8 with two persons is ok, not as fast as I would wish for, but ok.
Is seems like the 987 intake cannot work as well as in the 911, that is why RUF states that his 3.8 X51 is 365hp and not 381