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    Re: Performance Table

    Alex_997TT:

    I am sure my table is much better than 6speed equivalents though.  I wouldn't trust much written on that forum and I myself post there quite regularly!

    I agree...LOL

    http://www.6speedonline.com/forums/2418252-post23.html

    Alex, Toby...you've taken a simple criticism about data analysis and made it into a vendetta against 6speed.  If you want to make comparisons against magazines and other sources...that's fine.  But to criticize Scott and others at 6speed because they have more relaxed criteria when you yourself don't have ANY criteria is disingenuous. Period.

    This has nothing to do with 6speed, its vendors, or my "6speed" style.  But since the two of you seem to insist, all I can respond is...you win...LOL...Smiley


    Re: Performance Table

    bbywu:
    Alex_997TT:

    I am sure my table is much better than 6speed equivalents though.  I wouldn't trust much written on that forum and I myself post there quite regularly!

    I agree...LOL

    http://www.6speedonline.com/forums/2418252-post23.html

    Alex, Toby...you've taken a simple criticism about data analysis and made it into a vendetta against 6speed.  If you want to make comparisons against magazines and other sources...that's fine.  But to criticize Scott and others at 6speed because they have more relaxed criteria when you yourself don't have ANY criteria is disingenuous. Period.

    This has nothing to do with 6speed, its vendors, or my "6speed" style.  But since the two of you seem to insist, all I can respond is...you win...LOL...Smiley

    No vendettas, I visit 6speed every day as a form of entertainment (hence me comparing to my favourite show TopGear).  And with regards to that link I think you will find I quickly corrected myself on a subsequent post - a rare thing indeed for 6speed posters


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    bbywu:
     But to criticize Scott and others at 6speed because they have more relaxed criteria when you yourself don't have ANY criteria is disingenuous. Period.

     

     

    What are you on about ? My "criteria" is as flat as I can find - I am not posting to gain any 6speed style cred or an extra star on my rating (how sad is that) people who have read my posts over the years know that I am as rigorous and forthcoming as possible (and give it a shot even if my technical language is lacking Smiley) and declare all warts and all.

    I do it for fun and so others can compare with what they have paid for - it is the tuners who need to be called into account, snake oil is still being sold in large quantities and 6speed is THE market.....
     


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    Re: Performance Table

    Totally with you there Toby

    BTW you may want to master the use of the " button in the editing menu for deselecting and selecting quote sections.


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    Re: Performance Table

    Alex_997TT:

     

    BTW you may want to master the use of the " button in the editing menu for deselecting and selecting quote sections.

    I'm afraid I am bloody useless, I find it hard to work this site - I even managed to get the nice pic of your car in the last post Smiley
     


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    Re: Performance Table

    TB993tt:

    Regarding the CG 624PS car, this car just came second to a 700PS Techart 997GT2 wearing sport cups (CG car had street Dunlop Maxes) by 0.6s or was it 0.06s ? round the circuit - so this car is very healthy and alledgedly uses Secans - It is definately not as fast as one would expect 200-300kph, I did ask CG and RS at the time but didn't really get a satisfactlry response - RS said it was the higher drag of the spoilers, but then my GT2 is similarly draggy..... My guess is that the RS engine is mapped much more conservatively than than this "tune" I have, quite what that means for the long run practically I don't know but my car will never be subject to the thrashing that CG car gets....

     

    Just compiled this from the results of the Sport Auto's Tuner Grand Prix 2009:

    Tuner Car Based on PS Nm Tyres Average Fastest
    TECHART Automobildesign GmbH 997 GT Street RS GT2 700 860 Cups 1:08,037 1:07,709
    Cargraphic Design GmbH 997 Turbo GT RSC 3.6 Turbo 624 826 Normal street 1:08,641 1:08,417
    TECHART Automobildesign GmbH 997 GT Street R Cabrio Turbo 630   Cups 1:09,601 1:09,351
    Cargraphic Design GmbH 997 GT3 RSC 4.0 GT3 465 485 Normal street 1:09,748 1:09,641



    So the CG Turbo was quicker than it's Cab TA counterpart by a second and it had slightly less horsepower and standard road tyres....

     


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    Re: Performance Table

    Alex_997TT:

    Tuner Car Based on PS Nm Tyres Average Fastest
    TECHART Automobildesign GmbH 997 GT Street RS GT2 700 860 Cups 1:08,037 1:07,709
    Cargraphic Design GmbH 997 Turbo GT RSC 3.6 Turbo 624 826 Normal street 1:08,641 1:08,417
    TECHART Automobildesign GmbH 997 GT Street R Cabrio Turbo 630   Cups 1:09,601 1:09,351
    Cargraphic Design GmbH 997 GT3 RSC 4.0 GT3 465 485 Normal street 1:09,748 1:09,641



    So the CG Turbo was quicker than it's Cab TA counterpart by a second and it had slightly less horsepower and standard road tyres....

     

    I'll bet there was 200kg difference in weight......


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    Re: Performance Table

    Some guy on fastestlaps forum posted this for 0-200kph times;

    1.3 - Top Fuel Dragster (6000 ps)
    5.0 - Benneton B201 Formula 1 (800 ps)
    5.6 - Polly Motorsport Trans Am (1427 ps)
    6.7 - Audi R8 LeMans (610 ps)
    7.4 - Bugatti 16.4 Veyron (1001 ps)
    7.8 - Ford GT 1000TT Heffner (1113 ps)
    8.5 - Lamborghini Diablo Gemballa (900 ps)
    8.7 - 9ff GTurbo 1000 (950 ps)
    8.7 - Nissan Skyline R34 Kismo (820 ps)
    8.8 - Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Lingenfelter (1124 ps)
    8.8 - McLaren F1 (627 ps)
    8.9 - Bugatti Veyron (1001 ps)
    8.9 - Ferrari König Competition (1000 ps)
    8.9 - Dodge Viper 1000TT Hennessey (1047 ps)
    9.0 - Toyota Supra BiTurbo (Psycho) (801 ps)
    9.2 - Koenigsegg CCX (806 ps)
    9.5 - AMG Mercedes CLK GTR 7.3 (621 ps)
    9.5 - Porsche 911 GT2 Gemballa Evo 750 (750 ps)
    9.5 - Lamborghini Gallardo Heffner (893 ps)
    9.6 - Koenigsegg CCR (806 ps)
    9.6 - Ruf 987 CTR3 (700 ps)
    9.7 - Novitec 599 GTB Bi-Kompressor (808 ps)
    9.7 - Porsche 911 Carrera Cabrio 9ff (780 ps)
    9.8 - Hohenester HS 650 (650 ps)
    9.8 - Pagani Zonda S (555 ps)
    9.9 - Dodge Viper 1100TT Hennessey (1100 ps)
    9.9 - Saleen S7 TwinTurbo (786 ps)
    10.0 - Porsche 911 GT2 Hamann (620 ps)
    10.0 - MTM Audi TT Bi-Moto (900 ps)
    10.1 - Wimmer 911 GT2 (650 ps)
    10.2 - 9ff 911 Turbo TR-63 (630 ps)
    10.3 - Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR-1 (647 ps)
    10.3 - Ferrari Enzo (660 ps)
    10.3 - Sportec 997 Turbo SP 580 (580 ps)
    10.3 - RUF RT 12 (650 ps)
    10.3 - Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano (620 ps)
    10.4 - Cargraphic 997 Turbo RSC 3.6 (544 ps)
    10.4 - G-Power M5 Hurricane (750 ps)
    10.4 - Porsche 911 GT2 9ff (843 ps)
    10.4 - Lamborghini Murciélago tuning (640 ps)
    10.5 - Brabus Bullit C V12 (730 ps)
    10.7 - Mercedes SLR McLaren (626 ps)
    10.7 - Porsche Carrera GT (612 ps)
    10.8 - Edo 911 Turbo Shark GT (550 ps)
    10.8 - Mosler MT900 GTR (528 ps)
    10.8 - Speedart BTR-XL 600 (600 ps)
    10.9 - Brabus SV12 S (730 ps)
    10.9 - Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano (620 ps)
    10.9 - Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren (626 ps)
    10.9 - Porsche 997 GT2 (530 ps)
    10.9 - TechArt 911 Turbo (580 ps)
    11.0 - Chevrolet Corvette Lingenfelter (880 ps)
    11.0 - Ferrari F40 (478 ps)
    11.0 - Ferrari F430 Scuderia 510 PS (Quattroruote)
    11.0 - Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (560 ps)
    11.0 - SpeedArt 997 Turbo BTR 530 (530 ps)
    11.1 - Mercedes SLR McLaren 722 (650 ps)
    11.2 - 9ff 997 Turbo T-2 (535 ps)
    11.2 - Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 (640 ps)
    11.2 - Mercedes Benz SLR Roadster (626 ps)
    11.2 - Ruf Rt12 (650 ps)
    11.3 - HKT Seven RS (290 ps)
    11.3 - TechArt Turbo Cabriolet (600 ps)
    11.3 - VW Golf HGP R32 Biturbo (556 ps)
    11.3 - Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (560 ps)
    11.4 - Lamborghini Murciélago (580 ps)
    11.4 - Pagani Zonda F (602 ps)
    11.5 - Porsche 997 GT2 (530 ps)
    11.6 - Gemballa 997 Turbo GT 550 (550 ps)
    11.6 - RUF R-Turbo (520 ps)
    11.7 - Brabus E V12 (640 ps)
    11.7 - Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 (647 ps)
    11.7 - Ferrari F430 Scuderia (510 ps)
    11.7 - Ferrari F50 520 PS (French Sport Auto)
    11.7 - Porsche 997 GT2 (530 ps)
    11.7 - TechArt Turbo (580 ps)
    11.7 - Wendland 997 Turbo (530 ps)
    11.8 - Brabus CLS Rocket (730 ps)
    11.8 - Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZO6 (512 ps)
    11.8 - Edo Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera (560 ps)
    11.8 - Mercedes Benz CLK DTM AMG (582 ps)
    11.8 - Porsche 996 GT2 (483 ps)
    11.8 - SpeedArt 997 Turbo TTR 530 (530 ps)
    11.9 - Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 (512 ps)
    11.9 - Ford GT (550 ps)
    11.9 - Gemballa Avalanche GTR600 Roadster (600 ps)
    12.0 - Porsche 911 GT TechArt Street S (646 ps)
    12.0 - Mercedes SL 65 AMG (612 ps)
    12.0 - Ford GT (550 ps)
    12.1 - Corvette C6 ZO6 (512 ps)
    12.1 - Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera (530 ps)
    12.1 - Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet TechArt (600 ps)
    12.1 - Sportec SP 600 Cabriolet ( 600 ps)
    12.2 - SKN 911 Turbo (540 ps)
    12.2 - Porsche 997 911 Turbo Tiptronic (480 ps)
    12.3 - Mercedes SL 65 AMG Chipped (673 ps)
    12.3 - MTM Audi R8 (560 ps)
    12.4 - MTM Audi RS4 Avant (602 ps)
    12.5 - Mercedes Benz SL65 AMG Prototype (700 ps)
    12.5 - Nissan R35 GT-R (485 ps)
    12.6 - Ferrari F430 (490 ps)
    12.7 - Porsche 997 Turbo Cabriolet (480 ps)
    12.8 - Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera (530 ps)
    13.0 - Lamborghini Gallardo (500 ps)
    13.0 - Porsche 997 911 Turbo Manual (480 ps)
    13.1 - Dodge Viper SRT-10 (612 ps)
    13.1 - Porsche 911 GT2 (462 ps)
    13.2 - Audi RS6 (580 ps)
    13.2 - BMW M6 (507 ps)
    13.3 - Dodge Viper SRT-10 (612 ps)
    13.3 - Mercedes S65 AMG (612 ps)
    13.4 - Aston Martin DBS (517 ps)
    13.4 - Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG (517 ps)
    13.5 - Alpina B5 S (530 ps)
    13.5 - Cargraphic 911 GT3 (465 ps)
    13.5 - Ferrari 575M Imola (575 ps)
    13.6 - BMW M6 AC Schnitzer Tension (552 ps)
    13.6 - Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZO6 (512 ps)
    13.6 - Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera (530 ps)
    13.7 - Mercedes SL 55 AMG (476 ps)
    13.7 - MTM Audi RS6 R Avant (702 ps)
    13.8 - BMW E60 M5 (507 ps)
    13.8 - Dodge Viper SRT-10 Roadster (506 ps)
    13.9 - Brabus SL SV12 (640 ps)
    13.9 - Porsche 997 GT3 (415 ps)
    13.9 - Alpina B6 (500 ps)
    14.0 - Ferrari 575M Maranello (515 ps)
    14.0 - Lamborghini Murcielago (580 ps)
    14.0 - Mercedes Benz C63 AMG (457 ps)
    14.0 - Mercedes Benz CLK63 AMG BS (507 ps)
    14.0 - Porsche 997 GT3 RS (415 ps)
    14.1 - Audi RS6 Avant (580 ps)
    14.1 - Mercedes Benz CL65 AMG (612 ps)
    14.2 - Mercedes Benz E63 AMG (514 ps)
    14.2 - TTP Cayman BiTurbo (471 ps)
    14.3 - Lamborghini Gallardo (520 ps)
    14.3 - MTM Audi RS6 Avant (568 ps)
    14.4 - Lamborghini Gallardo SE (520 ps)
    14.4 - Mercedes SL 63 AMG (525 ps)
    14.5 - Alpina B5 (500 ps)
    14.6 - Bentley Continental GT MTM (650 ps)
    14.6 - Ferrari 550 Maranello (485 ps)
    14.8 - Caterham CSR 260 (260 ps)
    14.9 - Alpina B5 S Touring (530 ps)
    14.9 - Bentley Continental GT Speed (610 ps)
    14.9 - Maserati Coupé di Modena (551 ps)
    14.9 - Porsche 911 Carrera S PDK (385 ps)
    15.0 - BMW M6 Cabriolet (507 ps)
    15.0 - Mercedes Benz CL600 (517 ps)
    15.4 - BMW E90 M3 Coupe (420 ps)
    15.4 - Mercedes Benz CLS55 AMG (476 ps)
    15.4 - MTM Audi S4 Cabrio (450 ps)
    15.5 - Alpina B7 (500 ps)
    15.5 - Audi R8 (420 ps)
    15.5 - Chevrolet Corvette C6 (437 ps)
    15.5 - Mercedes Benz CLK63 AMG Cabrio (481 ps)
    15.6 - Lexus IS-F (423 ps)
    15.6 - Mercedes Benz E63 AMG Estate (514 ps)
    15.6 - Sportec SP420 (997 GT3) (415 ps)
    15.7 - Porsche 911 Carrera 4S PDK (385 ps)
    16.0 - BMW M5 Touring (507 ps)
    16.1 - Bentley Continental GT Mansory (630 ps)
    16.1 - Porsche 911 Carrera S (355 ps)
    16.3 - Ariel Atom (245 ps)
    16.3 - BMW E92 M3 Sedan (420 ps)
    16.3 - Mercedes Benz S63 AMG (525 ps)
    16.3 - Mercedes Benz SLK55 AMG BS (400 ps)
    16.4 - Porsche Cayenne Turbo S (550 ps)
    16.5 - Aston Martin Vanquish S (528 ps)
    16.7 - Aston Martin DB9 (450 ps)
    16.7 - BMW E46 M3 CSL (360 ps)
    16.8 - Mercedes Benz SLK55 AMG (360 ps)
    16.9 - Porsche 911 Carrera 4S (355 ps)
    17.0 - Alpina B3 BiTurbo (360 ps)
    17.0 - EvoTech 135i (403 ps)
    17.1 - Audi RS4 (420 ps)
    17.1 - Porsche 911 Carrera (345 ps)
    17.2 - Bentley Continental GT (560 ps)
    17.4 - Aston Martin Vanquish (460 ps)
    17.4 - Maserati Gran Turismo S (440 ps)
    17.4 - Porsche Cayman S PDK (320 ps)
    17.6 - Alpina B3 (360 ps)
    17.6 - Audi R8 R-tronic (420 ps)
    17.6 - BMW E92 M3 Cabriolet DKG (420 ps)
    17.7 - Jaguar XKR (416 ps)
    17.8 - Alpina Roadster S (300 ps)
    17.8 - Mercedes Benz ML63 AMG (510 ps)
    17.8 - SpeedArt Cayenne (550 ps)
    18.1 - AC Schnitzer 135i ACS1 (360 ps)
    18.2 - Audi S8 (450 ps)
    18.2 - Porsche 911 Carrera (325 ps)
    18.5 - BMW 650i Coupe (367 ps)
    18.6 - Audi S4 Sedan (333 ps)
    18.6 - BMW E39 M5 (400 ps)
    18.7 - Porsche 911 carrera Cabriolet (325 ps)
    18.7 - Radical SR3 (205 ps)
    18.8 - Aston Martin V8 Vantage (385 ps)
    18.8 - Audi RS4 Cabriolet (420 ps)
    18.8 - Mercedes Benz ML63 AMG (510 ps)
    18.9 - BMW E39 M5 (400 ps)
    18,9 - Eibach V8 HP 400+ (V8 Vantage) (402 ps)
    19.0 - Jaguar XKR-S (416 ps)
    19.1 - Audi S5 (354 ps)
    19.1 - Brubus 6.7 S (475 ps)
    19.1 - Porsche Cayman S Manual (320 ps)
    19.2 - Alpina Roadster S (300 ps)
    19.3 - Audi S4 Sedan (333 ps)
    19.3 - Manthey Cayman M315 (315 ps)
    19.4 - Brabus Maybach SV12 (640 ps)
    19.5 - TechArt Magnum Cayenne (535 ps)
    19.6 - BMW 135i Coupe (306 ps)
    19.9 - Maserati Gran Turismo (405 ps)
    20.2 - BMW 335i Sedan (306 ps)
    20.2 - Mercedes Benz SL 350 (316 ps)
    20.5 - BMW E46 M3 (348 ps)
    20.7 - BMW 335i Coupe (306 ps)
    20.8 - BMW X6 xdrive50i (408 ps)
    20.9 - Jaguar XK 4.2 Cabriolet (298 ps)
    21.0 - Jeep Cherokee SRT-8 (426 ps)
    21.2 - BMW 335i Sedan (306 ps)
    21.9 - Lexus SC 430 (286 ps)
    21.9 - Mercedes Benz SLK 350 (305 ps)
    22.0 - Porsche 911 Carrera 4 (325 ps)
    22.7 - Volkswagen Passat R36 (300 ps)
    23.2 - Mitsubishi Evo X (295 ps)
    23.2 - Subaru Impreza Sti (300 ps)
    24.5 - BMW Z4 3.0si Coupe (265 ps)
    24.7 - Porsche Cayenne GTS (405 ps)
    24.7 - Steinmetz-Opel Astra OPC (285 ps)
    25.2 - MTM VW Golf GTI (272 ps)
    25.4 - Audi A6 Avant 3.0 TFSI Quattro (290 ps)
    26.0 - Mercedes Benz E350 CGI Elegance (292 ps)
    26.4 - BMW E60 530i (272 ps)
    26.4 - Mercedes Benz SL350 (316 ps)
    26.6 - Jaguar XK 4.2L V8 Cabriolet (298 ps)
    27.5 - BMW E90 330d (245 ps)
    29.5 - Audi TT 2.0 TFSI (200 ps)
    30.1 - BMW E60 530i Touring (272 ps)
    30.8 - Audi A6 3.2 FSI (255 ps)
    32.8 - BMW 730d (245 ps)
    33.5 - Mercedes Benz C250 CDI (204 ps)
    36.3 - Audi A8 3.0 TDI Quattro (233 ps)
    36.5 - Volkswagen Touareg R50 (350 ps)
    36.9 - Mercedes Benz S320 CDI Blue Efficiency (235 ps)


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    Re: Performance Table

    So my car times are:

    10.4 - Cargraphic 997 Turbo RSC 3.6 (544 ps)

    14.1 - Audi RS6 Avant (580 ps)

    I think I *may* have a power addiction


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    Re: Performance Table

    Got some new mods and data. This is a 6.10s 100-200. The car is a 996TT with EVOMS GT700 kit. Run is summer conditions (high heat and himidity).6.10s 100-200 km.jpg


    Re: Performance Table

    First page chart updated with new facelift Turbo official times.


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    Re: Performance Table

    Hi Guys, wonder if anyone can help me here! 

    I have a FVD sports exhaust and thinking about getting their ecu. On the performance chart above, it says 0-100 is 3.4 sec but on FVD's own website is say 0-100 3.6 sec.  Does anyone else have any other data or should I just settle with the FVD website!  0.2 sec was not such a biggy until I saw the 997.2 tt times.


    Re: Performance Table

    0-100 times are pretty meaningless these days. Ask them what their 100-200 time is (or 0-200 and minus the 0-100 time). That will give you a much better appreciation of the G-force you will feel.
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    thx Alex, i just got feedback from Rhonda at FVD, quick responce by the way, she is great!!

    anyways FVD stage 2,  0-200 is 11.5 sec and 0-100 is 3.6 sec. so i guess 100-200 would be 7.9 sec. almost 1 sec off the performace table!

    so Alex does ur car do 0-100 in 3.3 sec and 100-200 in 7.1 sec just with the ecu + exhuast + bmc, did u lighten your car alot

     


    Re: Performance Table

    There's also a video floating around of a stage 2 FVD running a sub 28 second 0-300kph.  I wouldn't trust any of the data without knowing the conditions in which it was run.


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    bigwillystyle:

    thx Alex, i just got feedback from Rhonda at FVD, quick responce by the way, she is great!!

    anyways FVD stage 2,  0-200 is 11.5 sec and 0-100 is 3.6 sec. so i guess 100-200 would be 7.9 sec. almost 1 sec off the performace table!

    so Alex does ur car do 0-100 in 3.3 sec and 100-200 in 7.1 sec just with the ecu + exhuast + bmc, did u lighten your car alot

     


    Hello bigwillystyle,

    I'm the owner of the FVD Stage 2 - TIP car, i consistently run 0-100 3.4s 100-200 7.0s, i report my performance results to FVD Germany not FVD USA, maybe thats why Rhonda gave different performance figures.

    Regards,

    Emre

     


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    Hey Emre,

    thanks for the update, wow those are pretty sweet timings!  For your stage 2, u have 200 cell exhaust, bmc and ecu only, or did u change to fvd headers also? one more question, did u have lighter seats and wheels?Smiley

    cheers,

    Will


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    I had cattless exhaust but it doesnt make a difference until 240-250kmh, i also had fvd headers.

    Catted exhaust system is more responsive when driving off-boost and spool is little bit better compared to catless.

    I have standard wheels and seats.

     

    Cheers,

    Emre


    Re: Performance Table

    For those interested I passed a milestone the other day. My car did 100-200 km/hr in less than 6s according to my P Box. The exact time was 5.92s.12541033092245.92s 100-200 km hr.jpg


    Re: Performance Table

     

    where is the performance table???


    Re: Performance Table

    Freak997Turbo:

     

    where is the performance table???

     Sadly Alex removed it from Photobucket, does anyone still have it?


    Re: Performance Table

    An alternative is this number-one site (most comprehensive) in the US for this type of data collection, listed below. The list is US-centric, and unfortunately the names of the tuners are not all clearly noted, but you could find out by searching & asking. The usual suspects are there, i.e. the big 4 of US tuning, alphabetically Smiley: EVOMS, GIAC, Protomotive, Swizer.
    My understanding is that all times are time-slip and/or video proven. If you have any question, post there, don't ask me please as I have no affiliation with the people running the list and am not an expert in this matter.

    For the fun of discussion, I should also point out that this type of list, by necessity, is all objective data. Crucial subjective information (how the car drives, etc.) is not included and will never be included in any list because of its, well, subjective nature. Having tried 2 different ECU tunes, I could say that they feel very different from each other and I expect this difference to extend across all the different companies.

    The other date that will never be included, because of lack of a standard testing procedure, and much manipulation by all parties involved :-), are the dyno plot, which would yield crictial's information in the car's behavior as well IMHO.

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    http://www.6speedonline.com/forums/996-turbo-gt2/55163-6speedonlines-official-60-130-1-4-mile-standing-mile-list.html

    Can include any Porsche street vehicle. At the bottom of this post I also have a list of 60-130 times and standing mile speeds.
    When comparing the below numbers, please keep in mind that variances in temperature, humidity, track conditions, and driver ability, can all have a significant impact on the data.
    For those that don't follow 1/4 mile drag racing; E.T. (Elapsed Time) is primarily a derivative of the launch, while Trap Speed (MPH achieved at the end of the run) is primarily a derivative of the amount of power being put to the ground on that specific track, that specific day. Trap Speed can be used tell you almost exactly how much hp your car is making at the wheels, assuming you use the correct calculations.
    All that having been said; if you'd like a 1/4 mile run to be added to the list, please provide proof of the run. Only times from timeslips and/or video (preferably both) will be accepted for this list. No GPS based, datalogger 1/4 mile times will be accepted.

    1/4 mile E.T.'s/Trap Speeds:

    996/997/CGT:
    In order of E.T.:
    09.67 @ 149.8 – EVOMS / RWD
    09.79 @ 146.4 - dk996tt / 997TT AWD
    09.90 @ 149.1 - EVOMS / 997TT AWD
    09.91 @ 145.6 - Markski / RWD
    10.45 @ 146.8 - Divexxtreme / RWD
    10.50 @ 140.6 - Joetwint / AWD
    10.56 @ 135.X - Chris Green / RWD
    10.62 @ 132.5 - Sharky / AWD
    10.65 @ 135.2 - TPCRacing / 997TT AWD
    10.66 @ 132.6 - Achicchelli / 997TT AWD TIP
    10.70 @ 133.0 - VRTX / RWD / Tiptronic
    10.74 @ 131.7 - Hamann7 / AWD
    10.77 @ 131.5 - RenntechV12 / GT2
    10.82 @ 137.2 - DMK / RWD
    10.83 @ 138.5 - Pallette / RWD
    10.83 @ 127.4 - Jamie Furman / GT2
    10.84 @ 133.4 - DMaffo / AWD
    10.88 @ 136.1 - Chinitowest / AWD
    10.88 @ 133.1 - VRTX / AWD TIP
    10.89 @ 133.2 - Art4iza / RWD
    10.96 @ 133.2 - Cgmeredithjr / GT2
    10.99 @ 127.1 – EVOMS / 997TT AWD
    11.01 @ 131.7 - John D II / AWD
    11.0x @ 133.9 - RUF RT-12 / RWD
    11.02 @ 128.4 - Treynor / 997TT AWD
    11.02 @ 127.6 – EVOMS 997TT AWD
    11.03 @ 134.4 - Woodtster / AWD
    11.06 @ 129.7 - 9Eleven / GT2
    11.07 @ 129.2 - Gareeb / AWD
    11.13 @ 124.1 – PorschePHD / AWD
    11.14 @ 130.5 - ttboost / RWD
    11.15 @ 139.5 - KeithTA / 997TT AWD
    11.17 @ 133.8 - sy996tt / AWD
    11.1x @ 133.4 - Motor Trend / Stock Carrera GT
    11.1x @ 130.1 - Roock RST AWD
    11.21 @ 128.2 - Mike/.AW.E. / 997TT AWD
    11.24 @ 131.9 - GT RUS / 997TT AWD TIP
    11.25 @ 129.8 - RennTechV12 / AWD
    11.28 @ 130.7 - LuisGT3 / 997TT AWD
    11.36 @ 132.0 - BuddyG / AWD
    11.39 @ 133.2 - AMS / AWD (Billet K16's)
    11.39 @ 130.7 - SaintGT2 / GT2
    11.40 @ 125.7 - Wirx / AWD / 75 shot Nitrous
    11.41 @ 129.6 - ttboost / AWD
    11.44 @ 124.0 - Autoaddictions / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.45 @ 129.2 - Palette / AWD
    11.48 @ 127.9 - AIRjordan23 / AWD
    11.54 @ 123.7 - Markski / AWD
    11.58 @ 122.6 - KPG / AWD
    11.5x @ 126.5 - RUF R Turbo 590 HP TT (AWD)
    11.59 @ 124.4 - Jimmer / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.60 @ 124.7 - RenntechV12 / AWD
    11.64 @ 129.5 - Dr. Joe / GT2
    11.64 @ 124.2 - Hartmann / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.64 @ 124.1 - TXGold / RWD (stock K16's)
    11.65 @ 126.0 - Divexxtreme / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.67 @ 125.0 - Indykid / AWD
    11.67 @ 119.3 - Waymegelli/AWD
    11.73 @ 124.6 - Heavychevy / AWD
    11.77 @ 122.0 - Jesus / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.79 @ 116.3 – Nero / Stock 996TT
    11.82 @ 126.9 - TX Turbo / AWD
    11.84 @ 118.7 - Powell / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.86 @ 119.9 - Motor Trend / Stock 996TT X50
    11.88 @ 126.3 - Ruffinit / AWD (stock K16's)
    11.89 @ 118.8 - Cohare / AWD
    11.91 @ 119.9 - Silver / AWD
    11.96 @ 123.1 - Seal Grey Matte / AWD
    11.9x @ 122.7 - RUF R Turbo 520 HP TT (RWD)
    11.9x @ 116.1 - Motor Trend / Stock 996TT
    12.18 @ 117.8 - Devious996TT / AWD
    12.14 @ 119.3 - Rwm514 / AWD
    12.1x @ 116.0 - Motor Trend / Stock 996 GT3
    12.20 @ 117.3 - Sdorn / AWD
    12.27 @ 115.9 - Mr.Blonde / Stock 996TT
    12.32 @ 118.7 - Gtr / Stock 996TT X50
    12.39 @ 114.1 - Luis95993 / Stock 996 GT3

    Older model Porsches (993 and earlier):
    In order of E.T.:
    09.17 @ 161.x - Eddie Bello / 964C2TT
    09.79 @ 146.5 - JetJox 964TT
    10.5x @ 155.x - Eddie Bello / 964 C2TT
    10.75 @ 135.4 - Tito / 1988 911 Carrera (Single Turbo)
    11.53 @ 130.1 - AdamT / 1990 Ruf CTR Yellowbird (RWD)
    11.75 @ 132.6 - Acropora / 993TT (RWD)
    11.8x @ 128.2 - RUF CTR Yellow Bird 469 HP TT (RWD)
    11.98 @ 122.6 - 95ONE / 944T


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    Can
    997 Turbo + Bilstein Damptronic "Stage 2" ( Review ) + GIAC ECU Tune ( Fast as a torpedo & reversible to stock - Review ) + Cargraphic Exhaust ( Oh heavenly noise! )


    Re: Performance Table

    damn :(


    Re: Performance Table

    Does anyone know the times for the cargraphic 544ps? In addition is the engine with a gt1 block capable of providing longevity( if it's been rebuilt properly) when the horsepower exceeds 650ps? Thanks in advance.


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