14.11.2007 @ 08:33 \08\Wed, 14 Nov 2007 08:33:20 +0000\20 +0000 UTC
Chequen este artículo interesante acerca de la tecnología que empleó Porsche para construir el motor del GT2.
If you work at General Motors you MUST read this article and forward it to your technical director. Now you can see why a 6 cylinder engine is significantly superior to the V8 engine of the Corvette. A small tip: it has to do with that mysterious word called “Efficiency“.
El artículo lo pueden ver aquí:
Squeezing 480 HP from a 3.6L flat-six is an impressive feat, and the latest 911 Turbo does it with a level of sophistication, refinement, and reliability that would have been thought impossible just a few years ago. Everything is relative, though, and “more” is always the operative word when it comes to Porsche’s GT2. So, how does one squeeze fifty additional ponies from an such a powerplant? Considering all the different challenges – emissions, durability, drivability, and fuel economy – it’s certainly not an easy task. Fortunately, Porsche has no small amount of experience squeezing more power from turbocharged boxers, and that knowledge was put to good use on the new 2008 GT2.