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September 26, 2017

Pretty Impressive Showing by the Turbo S

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September 25, 2017

Porsche Hangout shared Porsche's video.

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September 23, 2017

Porsche Hangout shared Porsche Universe's video.

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September 22, 2017

Have a great weekend everyone - Here is a taste of ForzaMotorsport 7 - being released on Oct 2nd. I'm not a gaming guy but I might just buy this 🙂

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September 23, 2017

Not sure if any PH members are looking at doing this. Personally I would not even consider it. Cost the dude over $12K - for that price he could have got a decent Porsche Motor or even for a few extra K another 996. Now he is stuck with a monster looking 911 that is no longer a 911

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September 19, 2017

Lets go 918......

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September 17, 2017

Porsche announces 911 GT3 Touring Package before Frankfurt Motor Show debut Porsche announced the Touring Package for the 911 GT3, which exclusively pairs a six-speed manual transmission and an incognito Carrera-style retractable rear spoiler — think 911R — to the track-focused sports car. The GT3 Touring Pack will officially debut at the Frankfurt International Motor Show The first 991-generation GT3 and GT3 RS were available only with a seven-speed PDK automatic transmission, and enthusiasts made it known they wanted to row their own gears in Porsche’s top naturally aspirated 911s. Adding insult to injury, the 911R was limited to 991 units, so chances are most people missed out on the chance to own the best, modern Porsche with a manual. Fast-forward to March 2017, and the facelifted 991.2 GT3 will be offered with a six-speed manual alongside the seven-speed PDK. The Touring Pack is pretty much the same car, but with a bespoke, retractable rear spoiler that’s similar to the Carrera’s but has a unique mesh grille treatment and a Gurney flap along the back edge. Turn signals and taillights are not tinted like they are on the standard GT3. The flat six remains unchanged, a 4.0-liter unit with 500 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque. Zero to 60 miles per hour takes the same 3.8 seconds as the manual GT3 without the Touring Pack, though the top speed of 196 mph is 2 mph lower. The interior will be furnished in leather instead of Alcantara — though some, but not all, of the GT3’s Alcantara trim pieces will be available as options. The center-lock wheels are 20 inches in diameter and measure 9 inches wide up front and 12 inches at the rear, wrapped in 245- and 305-millimeter rubber, respectively. Helping stability in the corners, rear axle steering remains standard along with a locking rear differential and brake-based torque vectoring. For those who want to take the decidedly less track-oriented GT3 to the track, the Porsche Track Precision app is standard as well. The 911 GT3 Touring is available now at a cost of $143,600, not including the $1,050 destination fee.

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September 12, 2017

South Florida gets back in action. The guys at Foreign Affairs Motorsport are open and ready to fix any Irma damaged Porsche, BMW or Audi vehicles. If you are in the South Florida area and need something done on your car, these are the guys to call.

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September 11, 2017

I do so love this car

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September 9, 2017

We at Porsche Hangout are getting ready for Hurricane Irma that is bearing down on us. Please excuse the lack of updates as we wait for the storm to pass. Will chat to all of you soon