It’s that time of year again! Meet us at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Courses in Seaside CA this weekend for this years Concorso Italiano
Could this be the first modded 991.2 Turbo-S? Last Friday morning (April 15th) we finally took delivery of our 2017 991 Turbo-S. By the end of the day, it was already sitting pretty on a set of H&R Sport Springs, our 21″ forged monoblock RG5 center-lock wheels, and a full Tubi Race exhaust (cat-less). Next up, our Champion 4.5″ intercoolers, carbon Y-pipe, and our CMS/GIAC Stage 2+ software. And more coming real soon. We can’t wait to turn the dial up on this one!
I have to say, I wasn’t excited about the .2 at first…but the more I look at this car, the more I notice the subtle changes, and the more I think it’s a total stunner!! The new front end look, the tail lights….perfectly updated to a look that makes the car more modern and set it apart from the previous generation.
This amazing lava orange GT3RS got a little more unique today, and maybe a little louder. We paired a set of #Tubi side muffler deletes (valved) with a @sharkwerks center muffler bypass. Straight-piped launches at 7000rpm’s never sounded so good!!
One of the busiest booths at this year’s #SEMA show. It was great to be a part of it and thanks again to H&R Springs for the opportunity. It was an honor to meet and share the space with fellow auto enthusiasts such as #JonSibal and Mike w/ #stanceworks. Time lapse video by: @hrspringslp
2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S
2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S
3.8L Twin Turbo
7 speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission all-wheel drive
Carrara White Metallic w/ two tone Black & Garnet Red Leather interior
Champion Motorsport Upgraded VTG Turbochargers
Champion Motorsport Intercooler Kit
Champion Motorsport Diverter Valves
BMC Performance Air Filter
GIAC Stage 3 Performance Software
Tubi Style Race Exhaust System
H&R Sport Springs
Wheels & Tires:
Champion Motorsport Forged RG5 Centerlock wheels (front: 21×9.0”, rear: 21×12.0”) finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic
Michelin Pilot Super Sport (front: 245/30/21, rear: 305/25/21)
Werks1 Carbon Fiber Front Splitter
Carbon Fiber Rear Spoiler
Although we normally see every flavor of Porsche come through our doors on a regular basis, we occasionally get the pleasure of seeing a beauty like this Ferrari F12 as well. This particular car came to us from a customer in Miami for a Tubi exhaust install.
For this car, we chose to use the Tubi Style mufflers with valves, in the standard sound level. Those with familiar with Tubi know that we also make non-valved systems, as well as more aggressive sounding Rumore versions. In this case we decided to stay a bit more conservative and stick with the valved units in the standard sound level.
Although the F12 is a pretty nice sounding car to begin with, you can still hear the difference a well engineered exhaust system can make. A little more volume, that perfect tone, and OEM fitment are just a few of the things you can always expect from Tubi! Pictures and video below…turn your speakers up and enjoy.
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Next stop California! Be sure to stop by and visit us at this years Concorso Italiano @ The Black Horse Golf Course in Monterey Bay.
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The Porsche 993 Turbo was one of the first to incorporate all wheel drive! This particular vehicle in our shop has only 2,300 original miles.
Come and enjoy a nice afternoon brunch along with the presence of some amazing automobiles.
Event is open to all high end makes and models.
Private collection of historic race cars will be on display.
Food trucks will be on premises, compliments of Champion Porsche.
RAIN or SHINE the event will go on.
500 West Copans Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
Porsche has been added to Apple’s list of automakers to support their infotainment system, CarPlay. Now, more news is coming up noting that the German luxury sports carmaker is a huge Apple fan. Apparently those who own a Porsche and pre-ordered the Apple Watch will be able to use their wearable device as a remote control when paired with the vehicle.
A new update has been added to the Porsche Car Connect service where owners will be able to locate their vehicle, lock it, receive safety notifications, vehicle status and also control the car’s heater. As of right now, Porsche is the first company to incorporate Apple Watch with cars. If you visit WatchAware, you will understand more on how the smartwatch will work with the vehicle. According to the website,
Starting from model year 2014, Porsche Car Connect brings you the ability to remotely access your Porsche from your iPhone. This requires that your Porsche is equipped with a Porsche Car Connect unit. Depending on your country, your model and the options installed, you will be able to remotely locate the position of your Porsche, fold exterior mirrors, set timers for charging, read the tire pressure or set a geo and speed fence. And as of April 2015, Porsche Car Connect is Apple Watch-ready, offering even more convenient remote display and control of your Porsche. Features include: safety notifications, journey statistics, vehicle status, and a vehicle locator.
If you always forget where you parked your car, you will be able to locate it in no time with the Apple Watch. It was noted however, that the only Apple Watch compatible Porsche models are the Cayenne, 918 Spyder, Panamera, or Macan built 2014 or later and has Porsche Car Connect installed. Do you have a Porsche but didn’t order the Apple Watch yet? Maybe you should as it seems like there are many benefits to having the device work with your car. But then again, that’s just our two cents.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS: the Ultimate 911 for High-Performance Drivers
Atlanta. The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS breaks down the barrier between road-going sports cars and race cars. It is equipped with the maximum amount of motorsport technology that is currently possible in a street-legal 911 suitable for everyday driving. Extensive modifications to its drivetrain, aerodynamics, and lightweight design take performance to an even higher level than the 911 GT3. With a Nuerburgring Nordschleife lap time of seven minutes and 20 seconds, the new 911 GT3 RS surpasses the 911 GT3 by five seconds, making it the fastest current generation 911 on the famous German racetrack. The 911 GT3 RS is celebrating its world premiere at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show.