A Blast to Drive - Porsche 911

ol' grouch

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Jul 4, 2013
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Evansville, In.
Do you have the suspension stability management on your ride? I've never owned a Porsche although I did fill in on a rally with one when the owner failed a breathalyzer test. I was told to NOT go into a curve hot and then let up but sort of forgot. The car reminded me really quick. Nothing like stirring the gears on a curvy road. Alas, my knees aren't up to it anymore. Have fun!
 

Burak Unal

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Feb 25, 2005
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Istanbul, Turkey
Do you have the suspension stability management on your ride? I've never owned a Porsche although I did fill in on a rally with one when the owner failed a breathalyzer test. I was told to NOT go into a curve hot and then let up but sort of forgot. The car reminded me really quick. Nothing like stirring the gears on a curvy road. Alas, my knees aren't up to it anymore. Have fun!
No, the following 997 generation cars have the stability management but those cars are tricky as well, to a lesser extent though. The engine at the back requires a peculiar style of driving as you mentioned; it is a slow-in, fast out car. I had made a short video of handling traits by the way:)


The 4 wheel drive versions drive like they are on rails though! :)
 




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