got the CSL last night!! awesome car!!!!!

got the CSL last night!! awesome car!!!!!

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hunttheshunt

1,093 posts

243 months

Tuesday 19th September 2006
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The Dude said:
Just stumbled across this.

me, I think he's gone back to the late 80s in a time machine... rofl

www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&t=307644


That is priceless, that has to be a joke surely. No one could be that arrogant and full of crap!

Then again.......

I think all of the contributors should be banned immediately and strung up by their pony tails and thongs hehehehe

Dave Dax builder

662 posts

262 months

Tuesday 19th September 2006
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Framps.
You need to chill man. We are all beautiful in God's eyes.
Fortunately for me I'm happy with my appendage size, so I didn't need a Porsche.

framps

283 posts

215 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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Don't they do the CSL in a turbo diesel as well? better economy on the track days I've heard rofl

Carrera2

8,352 posts

235 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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framps said:
Don't they do the CSL in a turbo diesel as well? better economy on the track days I've heard rofl


You're not even clever or funny, I reckon my nephew (who's 6) could do a better job of getting people wound up.

m12_nathan

5,138 posts

262 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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Almost as bad as them offering 4wd, cab and tiptronic on a 911

Carrera2

8,352 posts

235 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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anonymous said:
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And when she jumps in a pool the water leaves.

framps

283 posts

215 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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m12_nathan said:
Almost as bad as them offering 4wd, cab and tiptronic on a 911


hehe who'd drive one of those..!

Edited by framps on Wednesday 20th September 13:46

hunttheshunt

1,093 posts

243 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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Ooooh oooh I know that one.......some knobbie in Marketing perhaps!cool

m12_nathan

5,138 posts

262 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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framps said:
m12_nathan said:
Almost as bad as them offering 4wd, cab and tiptronic on a 911


hehe who'd drive one of those..!


Who'd want a 911 with any of those attributes hehe

Zod

35,295 posts

261 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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m12_nathan said:
framps said:
m12_nathan said:
Almost as bad as them offering 4wd, cab and tiptronic on a 911


hehe who'd drive one of those..!


Who'd want a 911 with any of those attributes hehe
almost every single 911 in the City is a C4S Tiptronic and many of those are cabs. rolleyes

vpr

3,736 posts

241 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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BORING........zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Be careful...you'll give BMW drivers a bad name.

Andrew D

968 posts

243 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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Zod said:
almost every single 911 in the City is a C4S Tiptronic and many of those are cabs. rolleyes
Indeed. I've never seen a C4S of any flavour doing anything other than cruising around town posing.

I find it pretty ironic and highly amusing that the C4S, which purports to be a "performance focused" variant (hence the Turbo body and Big Red), is instead exclusively the domain of the badge-buying one-up-manship social climber. It speaks volumes that the 996 Turbo is the same price on the used market as a C4S, yet people still by the C4S.

Although it seems to me that this entire debate is nonesensical. What possible significance is there to the fact that a CSL can be confused with a 320d? It seems to me that anyone who buys a CSL couldn't care less about looks. You can have an M3 cab for half the price, anyone who wanted anything other than a pure performance car would buy that!

Dave Dax builder

662 posts

262 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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Thanks Andrew.

Framps. I have a CSL because it is the best 3 series available.(For what I want)
Your C4S is no better than a 320d with a body kit in the 911 world (I did hear it was also the slowest (Excess weight and 4wd). Why did you not get the GT or the Turbo....The real performance Porsches? I know, cos the badge will do for the likes of you.
All mouth and trousers.

I challenge you to find a car with 4 seats and a decent boot that can do what the CSL will do without a turbo for less money and still be in manufacturers warranty. The nearest Porsche can do is twice the money.

When you've done that get yourself back onto the Porsche forum and carry on "Bigging up" yourself.

Edited by Dave Dax builder on Wednesday 20th September 21:27

rob05

1,194 posts

231 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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The guy is a wind up merchant so your waisting your time Dave in fact if you go on the Porsche forum and look under the last thread he started you will find that most of kids that pop over from time to time and talk total bollox are in there with him.

BRoCceRs

3,236 posts

256 months

Wednesday 20th September 2006
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I'm sold on the CSLand have been since I drove one around a track - brilliant. The only concern for me is the attention it doesnt get.

Nathan - how does this feel compared to your Noble ?

CommanderJameson

22,096 posts

229 months

Thursday 21st September 2006
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DasChin said:
Stuff about a CSL

Drool, envy, etc.

Slightly boring question, though; what's it like in terms of creature comforts? Is it a civilised way of getting down the motorway (albeit at leptonic velocities)?

DasChin

Original Poster:

609 posts

219 months

Thursday 21st September 2006
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very civilised indeed Jason

much better behaved than my 911 as that was bumpier and used to tramline more.

who needs creature comforts anyhow as they make the car sloppy and unfocsued.

get a tom tom if you get lost a lot. I got a map in the car.

the more I drive this car the more it amazes me. on the m way it is like any other car really so the lack of attention is nice imho.

get to an A road and a roundabout, put the sport button on and the whole world changes!!

off to the Ring on the 7th October so will feed back from there!!

NW

The Dude

6,546 posts

250 months

Thursday 21st September 2006
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framps said:

And this is the car to be in if you want some pussy.
That's why I got the Porsche, for pussy.
I figured, if BMW drivers can ,
I'm ing everybody.
And it's like that too.
When you do drive a Porsche, women would be
throwing pussy at me on the street like frisbee.

"Framps !"
*catches pussy*
"Thank you ! Appreciate that ! I love all the pussy, thank you!"

Too much pussy, pussy would be
falling outta my pocket and shit.
Walking out the street, you say:

"Oh, watch your step, that's mine."

m12_nathan

5,138 posts

262 months

Thursday 21st September 2006
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BRoCceRs said:
I'm sold on the CSLand have been since I drove one around a track - brilliant. The only concern for me is the attention it doesnt get.

Nathan - how does this feel compared to your Noble ?


Slow but bullet proof. It's acceleration is far less violent. I guess I'm lapping about the same as I was, if not a bit quicker as the balance is awesome and it's more friendly when it lets go. I'm also comfortable nailing it where I was subconsciously holding back a little on the Noble as I didn't want it to break again.

The lack of attention can be a good thing, the Noble was like driving around in a fish bowl with everyone looking, not great when you have a hang over and feel and look like shite.

Zod

35,295 posts

261 months

Thursday 21st September 2006
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CommanderJameson said:
DasChin said:
Stuff about a CSL

Drool, envy, etc.

Slightly boring question, though; what's it like in terms of creature comforts? Is it a civilised way of getting down the motorway (albeit at leptonic velocities)?
It's absolutely fine on the motorway (although my wife didn't think so). You can't hear any bass from the radio over about 60 though, not that it matters.

It develops new rattles and squeaks every week and old ones go away, but that's just part of the car's character.