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    This is how i was driving to the paintshop
  • Tags:  Paintjob  porsche  martinibird  driving  winter  projekt  
  • Channel:  911, 3.0SC, 930 & 3.2
  • Added:  19-03-13  Views:  (899)
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By: Blogsy
Date: 24-04-13
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great stuff. thats an extreme weight loss programme.



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By: Dave
Date: 23-03-13
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Yep, that's what I call a super light weight 911. Must be about 850 kilos like that!



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Reply by: Brian911s
Date: 10-04-13
 
 


2 Doors - 52 kilos windscreen and Windows - 17 kilo,   all interiour incl. Seat and harness 35 kilo,   enginehelmet 2,5 kilo in total that is a 106,5 kilo so my car was just below 900 kilos :)




Reply by: Brian911s
Date: 28-03-13
 
 


About the 850 kilos, I'll try to weigh each part before i reinstall them. Then take the total weight of the parts from the total of the car weight. I know the easy Way is drive to a carweight but they are cloused for the Easter days



By: MarkJ
Date: 19-03-13
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Heh, nice one, probably the lightest 911 to ever take to the road



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By: 9elf
Date: 19-03-13
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Now thats what I call light weight



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By: pete917
Date: 19-03-13
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Great stuff Brian. Love the winter clothing and crash helmet . I remember doing the same when mine was ready for paint. I didnt have a crash helmet and the wind rushing through the emtpy windscreen it was definitely a blowy drive. Looking forward to seeing it after paint. Are you going for a total respray in the same colours, or are we going to see something new?



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Reply by: Brian911s
Date: 20-03-13
 
 


Thanks Pete It was really blowy but also a fun drive. Its Not a total respray, so I'll keep it in the same colors. This car Will always look like this. :) as long as i own the car... And yes you could really fill the liteness of the car..




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