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2 hours ago by jmello
Mocking a server with Firebase - ProAndroidDev
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2 days ago by lgtout
2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Speed Test: Lightning Lap 2019
It may not have the GT2 RS's 700 horsepower, but it did beat the once reigning record-holding 918 Spyder's lap time.
Lap Time: 2:41.6
Class: LL4 | Base: $202,700 | As-Tested: $212,960
Power and Weight: 520 hp • 3249 lb • 6.2 lb/hp
Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R, F:265/35ZR-20 (99Y) N0 R: 325/30ZR-21 (108Y) N0
There's comfort in the familiar, and we're very familiar with Porsche's 991.2-generation 911, now at the end of its life cycle. The GT3 RS shares its chassis with the former Lightning Lap king, the GT2 RS, and while it may not have that car's 700 horsepower, it does have the strongest free-breathing 520 horses this side of a Cosworth DFV.
The GT3 RS's 4.0-liter flat-six wants revs to work—a lot of revs. Most cars are on boil and rich with torque around 3000 rpm, but life begins at 5000 rpm in the RS. And unlike the GT2's turbocharged engine, which spins to 7000, the GT3 RS's six revs to a loud and cutting 9000 rpm. Hitting that redline rings unprotected ears. Our golden years will surely consist of a lot of nodding during cocktail parties.
Porsche's dual-clutch, which shows signs of telepathy when selecting gears, makes life easier by doing the right thing in every corner except the low-speed right dubbed Oak Tree. We had to tug the paddle there to grab second gear, as the gearbox thought third would suffice.
The brakes and steering seem like living, breathing things as they course and pulse with feedback, but all of Porsche's sports cars have that. What's remarkable about this one is the chassis—the way it responds to stress and how it communicates when the available grip has run out. Shocking cornering speeds result. At the bottom of Spiral (a downhill and tight back-and-forth combination), the RS is more than 1 mph faster than anything else ever. In Turn 1 (a cul-de-sac-looking corner on entry), it kisses 50 mph and sticks at 1.23 g's, a new all-time production-car high that it shares with the Senna. While the RS's 2:41.6 didn't quite match that McLaren's time, it did beat another supercar's: the 2:43.1 of the once reigning record-holder, the Porsche 918 Spyder.
porsche  cars  comparo  driving  performance  racing  test 
4 days ago by rgl7194
Try out ELLCC in your browser!
(me: webapp to submit source code and see the output produced by 'ellcc' (based on llvm) in a number of different assembly formats: llvm assembly, x86, amd64, mips, arm, powerpc, ... (32-bit and 64-bit on most of them))
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5 days ago by ezequiel

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