Porsche 911 930 Turbo Was A Widowmaker? #shorts

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Porsche 911 930 Turbo Was A Widowmaker? #shorts

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    1. @@coleevely2334 EXCUSE ME! I even painted them yellow orange purple and red the same color as the original skittles and call them my skittle collection (i dont have green because that skittle is disgusting, no one likes lime)

  1. From a time when cars were simple and fun to drive. No TCS, no 1200 beeping and flashing lights, no driver automation. The 80s were good times.

    1. my other car has no automation, no flashing lights, no TCS, no airbags.

      the only fancy things are just the ABS and electric power steering.

      model year? 2013. 😂

      yea, you certainly don’t have to go that far back to the 80s

    2. @@kamikakushi9137 Calling BS unless you live in the 3rd world and drive an indian made tata. Airbags have been mandatory in the U.S. since 1998 and most major manufacturers have had them standard for more than 20 years even if not required by law. The exception are the cars made in India and China.

  2. Corky Bell seemed to imply that on these 911s there wasn’t much turbo lag (the time it takes for boost to get from turbocharger to cylinder) and a very high boost threshold (the bigger the turbo, the more exhaust required to push it, thus necessitating higher RPMs before the threshold is reached where the turbo’s boost offsets it’s parasitic drag and it starts to add power.) In his book on turbocharging he was a major proponent of variable geometry turbos and used these 911s to demonstrate their benefit.

    1. As an aside, he also complemented the skill of the big turbo drivers who had to be on the throttle going INTO a turn so the engine would have time to hit the boost threshold as they exited.

  3. Wow, putting the info relevant to the title right at the beginning of the video.
    It’s like the opposite of clickbait. Bravo sir. Bravo.

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