AboutKiller-M, Author at Cars n Guns - Page 5 of 8
One serious problem with the 997 Turbo (in stock form) is the fact that it uses really soft, “cushiony” mounts. They were primarily introduced to give the super car a more touring like driving feel, reduce engine vibration and cabin noise. This decision was a terrible mistake that was corrected in 2010 when Porsche introduced dynamic engine mounts, however RSS has come up with a perfect solution for the 2007 – 2009 cars.
We got a few owner-experts and one semi-professional driver to test out a stock 2007 Porsche Turbo, another equipped with after market Bilstein coilovers (and other goodies), a 2008 GT2, and 2010 Porsche GT3. Switching back and forth between all four cars for about 3-4 hours in twisty canyon roads – we all reached some interesting conclusions.
If you’ve flown through a worm hole from the 1940’s … piloting one of those hunking pieces of steel; You know – a 4 engined, mechanical contraption dropping loads of TNT behind enemy lines, using a sextant (or what ever mechanical devise they had in those days to measure distance – no GPS), I’m talking about a flying gunship!