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Jeremy Sees the Light - Ferrari vs Porsche 911 - Top Gear - BBC

It may be hard to believe, but Jeremy finally changes his opinion about the benefits of the new Porsche 911 over his favourite brand Ferrari. Subscribe for more awesome Top Gear videos: Top Gear YouTube channel: website: Top Gear Facebook: Top Gear Twitter: This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.

Most Amazing Miniature & Model Engines In The World

In this video you will see some of the world's smallest miniature engines running, including a V8, V12, V16, V-Twin, a Stirling Engine and much more! ➤Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Please be sure to click the "🔔" next to the SUBSCRIBE button and you'll be notified of when we upload new videos. ________________________________________ -Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing." The materials are used for illustrative and exemplification reasons, also quoting in order to recombine elements to make a new work. We do NOT own the video materials and all credits belong to their respectful owners. In case of copyright issues, please contact us immediately for further action. -Credits: 16 Cylinder Gas Powered Stirling Engine -by: JohnnyQ90 Motor W-32. Miniatura.W-32 Engine -by: Motores Patelo Luther V12 -by: Axel Eickhoff V12 Flammenfresser -by: Nils Dralle 4 cylinder vacuum-engine -by: bamsefar1 Flame Engine Flame Dancer -by: tim777jet Second Run V16 -by: v12-factory First Tuned Run of Terry Mayhugh's Quarter Scale V12 Merlin -by: mayhugh1 1906 Bruce-MacBeth Model Gas Engine Electric Plant -by: MrRustkolector V12 - Synchronizing Carburetors -by: dickinohio Luther blau -by: Axel Eickhoff Jerry Howell V-Twin -by: SmallEngineBuilder Worlds FIRST axial flow model jet engine -by: ArcturanMegadonkey -Music: "Inspired" Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

RWB United Kingdom #1 "HIBIKI" | RAUH Welt Begriff UK | Royal Wide Porsche 964 (Build Documentary)

UK’s first RWB Porsche 911 964 C4 named “HIBIKI” by Nakai-San was built in August 2016 for Father Jag and son Raj Jagdev Proud owners of Profusion Customs Stainless Steel Exhaust specialists near Heathrow Airport in UK, this car was also the first Royal wide RWB in Europe. Akira Nakai San founder of RAUH-Welt Begriff (Rough World) started in a small town in Chiba Japan over 30 years ago, progressing and building a network of enthusiasts from around the world all wanting a part of his creations and share the epic journey. We hope you enjoy this video documenting the build process which took place at Profusion Customs workshop in London on the 14th August 2016, we would like to thank the worldwide fans for taking part and making history. ********************************************************************* Profusion Customs WEB: Shop: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: ********************************************************************* RAUH Welt Begriff UK – Official Merchandise Shop WEB: Shop: Instagram: Facebook: ********************************************************************* Video by: Darren Woolway ********************************************************************* RAUH Welt Begriff UK Build Partners: Lemass Automotive – Paint Recaro UK KW Suspensions UK JL Audio UK MOMO UK Reap Automotive Design We would like to thank our build partners and all who witnessed this awesome build and made this day unforgettable. Thank you for watching our RWB Build Documentary

Radical SR3 SL vs Porsche 991 GT3 CUP

Spa-Francorchamps 31.05.2016 Radical SR3 SL road tyres Kumho V70A and setup playing with Porsche 991 GT3 CUP on slicks during taxi day at Spa-Francorchamps. SR3SL is (686+31+85+75) 877kg 225 whp, Porsche CUP is (1175+80+80) 1335kg 460bhp. Good fun.

7 Driving Habits That Ruin Your Car and Drain Your Wallet

How to drive a car easily and safely? How to brake smoothly? Here are a few simple driving hacks and secrets you should know to drive your car like a pro. Have you already been driving for many years or are you just starting to drive? This activity can be both exciting and exhausting. Of course, firstly it depends on road conditions. However, there is one more important thing to be considered while driving – the behavior of your car. The longer you own a car; the more driving habits you acquire. Unfortunately, not all of those habits are good ones. Moreover, the more experienced you become, the harder it is to break them. And very often those habits can affect the condition of your car. We decided to compile examples of unwise driving behavior. TIMESTAMPS Resting your hand on the gear stick 1:09 Refueling only when the tank is almost empty 2:13 Frequent braking 3:04 Ignoring suspicious sounds 4:26 Neglecting to use the hand brake 5:50 Running a cold engine at high revs 6:34 Keeping your foot on the brake while driving downhill 7:17 SUMMARY - Whether you own an automatic or a manual car, a transmission that is not working correctly can cause serious problems both under the hood and out on the road. Moreover, transmissions are very complex, they have many moving parts, ignoring this bad habit can easily bring you to huge expenses for a transmission repair. - The dirt gets into the filters and the pump causing damage. The purpose of the latter is to get fuel from the fuel tank and deliver it according to the demand of the engine. During winter months, be sure to always leave the tank at least half-filled with fuel to avoid the formation of large amounts of condensate. - To avoid unpleasant accidents, remember to promptly change the brake hoses and keep your eye on the brake fluid level. Keep in mind that braking is another skill to be mastered; it takes a certain skill level to do it correctly. - Please use the following steps to safely move your vehicle away from the highway and to avoid the possible danger. Firstly, pull over to a safe spot. Don’t hesitate to ask for any possible assistance because the process might not be that easy as it seems. And remember to switch on the hazard lights. If the car has completely broken down and you cannot start it, just push it to a safe place After, try to diagnose the issue. - To successfully park on an incline, hold the foot brake and shift into "park." Then pull the hand brake, and only then slowly release the brake. It doesn’t really matter if your car has a manual or an automatic transmission, car manufacturers recommend the use of the parking brake to immobilize any parked vehicle. - Most modern engines don’t need warming up. However, it is worth remembering that until the gauge indicates operating temperature one shouldn’t run the engine at more than 2,000 revs. In freezing conditions, it is advisable to keep the engine running for 1-2 minutes before pulling away. - The proper thing to do is to shift to a lower gear and initiate engine braking, which helps to reduce the use of normal brakes. It works by reducing the speed of the engine, which means that the speed of the vehicle reduces too. The aim is to prevent the vehicle get a too fast speed, especially while going downhill. Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube:  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

Here a stunning experience from the craziest supercars auto show of the world: the TOP MARQUES of MONACO. For those never heard about it, I'm talking of the Internation Festival of Luxury of Monte-Carlo, this year at it's fifteenth edition, probably the best ever.
As every year, the event was held in the precious exhibition hall of GRIMALDI FORUM (LE ESPACE RAVEL) under the patronage of His Highness PRINCE ALBERT II, and showed more than 40 of most expensive and exclusive hypercars from each part of the world produced by manufactures like FERRARI, MASERATI, LAMBORGHINI, MCLAREN or ASTON MARTIN and the best tuned cars from HAMANN, MANSORY or BRABUS. Also exposed many previews as the Arash AF10 Hybrid, Corbellati Missile and Tushek TS900 Apex.

This is only one of tens of videos recorded in the 2018 Editon, so be sure to watch them all from the specific playlist.

In this video a stunning matte grey TopCar Stinger GTR exposed at the event giving me the possibility to film it in each detail like rims, engine, interior, the logo of the and to record its noisy start-up and its lovely sound while driving.

This is a 991 tuned by the russian tuner Top Car. Based on a Porsche 991 Turbo S, it present a bodykit and 570 hp of power, for a top speed of 335 Km/h.

The Porsche 911 is a german sport car produced by the manufacturer of Stuttgart since 1963 to be the first supercar of Porsche. Now at its seventh generation, it's probably the most famous supercar ever due its timeless design that makes it immortal.

The seventh generation has been named Porsche 991 and it was unveiled for the first time at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in the classic Carrera version, mounting a new 3.4 litre boxer engine with 350 hp and a 7-speed manual gearbox. The same year has been presented the 991 Carrera S, with a power of 400 hp.

Both the versions are avaiable in the convertible configuration since 2012, with the name of 991 Cabriolet. As is tradition, these aren't the only roofless models: in the 2014 indeed Porsche presented the Porsche 991 Targa, a special configuration equipped with an all-new roof technology with an all electric cabriolet roof along with the B-pillar and the glass dome at the rear. Three Targas are currently available: the 991 Targa 4, the 991 Targa 4S and the 991 Targa GTS (with 430 hp and a top speed of over 310 km/h).

At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show has been presented the Porsche 991 Turbo and Turbo S, with a new 3.8 litre twin-turbocharged engine which can develop 520 hp (560 hp the Turbo S) and 620 Nm of torque (750 Nm for the Turbo S).
Both vehicles have all-wheel drive and a seven-speed dual clutch sequential trasmission, and go from 0 to 100 Km/h in less than 3.2 seconds with a max speed of over 320 Km/h.

At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show was unveiled the Porsche 991 GT3, an extreme version with a 3.8 litre which develops 475 hp and with a race kit that includes a big rear wing. This car goes from 0-100 Km/h in 3.5 seconds for a top speed of 315 Km/h. A powered version has been revealed 2 years later, the Porsche 991 GT3 RS, with a new 4.0 litre engine and with a power of 500 hp.

Many special editions have been made through the years, starting with the 991 Club Coupe. This exclusive production of 13 units in a deep green finiture has been made to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first Porsche Club.

At the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show they unveiled the Porsche 991 50th Anniversary, a limited edition of 1963 examples
with special 20" wheels and a white paint.

To celebrate the Porsche's return at the 24h of LeMans they produced the 991 Carrera S Martini Racing Edition, with a racing bodykit, the Martini livery and special rims (80 units made).

The Porsche 991 was titled World Performance Car 2012 shortly after famed Porsche designer Ferdinand Alexander Porsche died. The GT3 was awarded the title of World Performance Car Of The Year in 2014.

At the 2015 Geneva Motor Show was unveiled the Porsche 991 GT3 RS, with a 4.0 litre and 500 hp.

At the 2016 Geneva MotorShow was presented a limited edition of 991 units named Porsche 991 R.

The Porsche 991 is currently for sale at a price between 85.000 € and 220.000 €.

Complete walkaround and a review with each detail like interior, wheels, engine, logo and lights, driving, LOUD starting-up and really noisy exhaust rev sound.

RECORDED IN SPRING 2018: April, 18th 2018


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