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For sale is a 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS. This highly coveted car is in excellent condition both inside and out, and runs and drives exceptionally well.
This 6,605-mile car has been impeccably well cared for and maintained by the second owner. The Lava Orange car is equipped with the naturally aspirated 4.0L DOHC 24-valve flat-six with direct fuel injection delivering 500 hp at 8,250 rpm and 339 foot-pounds of torque at 6,250 rpm, which powers the car from 0-60 mph in 3.3 seconds, and achieves a top speed of 193 mph. The engine is mated to the 7-speed dual-clutch Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission, rear limited-slip differential, rack and pinion steering, and 4-wheel ABS with ventilated front and rear disc brakes. The sports exhaust system has two front silencers, two catalytic converters and one rear silencer made of lightweight titanium. The car rolls on forged alloy wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 P265/35ZR20 tires in the front and P325/30ZR21 tires in the rear fitted with a tire pressure monitoring system.
The car features Porsche Stability Management (PSM), including Electronic Stability Control and Traction Control. The Porsche’s independent front suspension combines McPherson-type struts with longitudinal and transverse links. The rear axle has a multi-link suspension. Height, camber, track, and the anti-roll bars can be individually adapted for use on the racetrack. The chassis is engineered with dynamic engine mounts and Porsche Active Suspension Management with sports tuning, and electronic stability control. The front splitter and louvered front fenders help deliver 243 pounds of downforce at 186 mph, and the rear wing delivers 485 pounds of downward pressure at the same speed. Safety features include driver and passenger airbags, along with the Porsche Side Impact Protection System. Additional safety features include the headrests, which form an integral part of each seat, an energy-absorbing steering column, three-point seat belts with pre-tensioners and force limiters, as well as, energy-absorbing elements in the dashboard.
Additional features for this car include the leather interior in Black/Lava Orange microfiber, extended range fuel tank (23.9 gallon), front axle lift system, sound package plus, fire extinguisher, seat belts in Lava Orange, auto-dimming mirrors with integrated rain sensor, Porsche Communication Management with the Navigation Module, wheels painted in satin black, and Bi-Xenon headlights in black with the Porsche Dynamic Light System.
This car is a great opportunity for someone to drive a high-performance car featuring a host of cutting-edge race-bred technologies and many luxury appointments one would expect from Porsche. Reward yourself. The car is in the Seattle area, and has a clean Title. Asking price is $179,900.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Link to photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/HMKZk9TjrMbvHHvt9
By Scott D Troy
In the last 2 weeks I bought my first Porsche - a 2001 Carrera 4 tiptronic coupe.
1) Is it supposed to say Carrera 4 or Carrer 4S on the back?
2) Is there a Porsche specific website where I can find a photo of the correct rear decklid badges for each 996 model? I tried Google for 2 hours last night.
I simply trying to determine if my 01 Carrera 4 should read Carrera 4 or Carrera 4S on the back.
Hey everyone, i own a 2010 porsche Boxter 2.9L with the PDK transmission.. yesterday after leaving the car for a 4 days i started it and went for a drive.. when i turned it on again, i got a warning message “emergency transmission run” and the car became very jerky through gearshifts and wouldnt accelerate properly.. after turning it on and off the message went away and it drove just fine but then it kept re-appearing mid drives and becomes very jerky and clunky...ive noticed since i had the car that the gearbox was sometimes clunky or would make a noise when changing gear but the dealership said that was fine and normal since its a PDK, the car is at 59,000km so its time for a transmission fluid change... could this be a low voltage problem, or transmission fluid? The reverse gear works just fine.. has this happened to any other owners?
I have just bought a gen 2 boxster and the silver plastic lever to operate the recline motor on the passenger seat was missing. I have bought a new plastic lever but I am not sure how to fit it to operate the motor.
Looking at the seat there is a little white plastic recessed pin and if I push that with a small screw driver I can operate the motor and change the angle of the seat. However, the new silver plastic lever is flush, so if Infit it, it will not engage with this plastic pin, so will not operate the seat motor.
Below the white pin is a square black plastic clip that easily pushes into the seat but looks as if it is meant to clip into a square hole in the silver lever. It is so easily pushed into the seat side that I cannot see how to fit it to hold the silver plastic lever on. It does not seem to want to come out. Is there a way of getting it out So that I can clip it into the silver lever before fitting the lever.
So so my questions are:
- should the white plastic pin stick out beyond the side of the seat ( ie is the end broken off?), or is there another part which goes between the silver lever and the white pin?
- how do I engage the black plastic square clip with the silver lever to hold it on?
I have a photo which would make it clearer, but the system says that I cannot upload it or my iPad, but it is not clear why not.