I went to my dealer to pick ice grey, they had an ice grey, chalk and dolomite next to each other. i liked ice grey but it had too much metallic flake for me, it sparkled. I love chalk on GT3s but that also next to dolomite seemed boring. Dolomite was very pretty and it had a very classic feel...
I did the insulated glass. I also spec’d the burmeister so it seemed silly not to make sure I didn’t have the least road noise with a premium sound system. I didn’t do any of the rest. I never use cruise Control or anything else so I thought it would be a waste.
here is my spec
for sure, but I think the OP was asking about weight savings. I agree on performance fully, I track on PCCBs and love it.
As for the $5600 jump to PCCBs from PSCBs I saved it used that for the Burmeister
Funny I went to the dealer to order ice grey, they had an ice grey, chalk and dolomite car next to each other. I immediately ruled out chalk, I thought ice grey had too much metallic and dolomite was just so classic looking so I picked that.
I think the taycan/ct lines and accents go with a...
I spec'd PSCBs, I only care about the brake dust and want to minimize that. I have PCCBs on the other cars I'm not sure I can tell the difference to be honest, I switched between two GT3s one with steels to one with PCCBs and couldn't tell the different behind the wheel
I had a similar reaction but the op did say “tight” in his first post. So I get it. My budget was 150k..I have several cars...so it’s not a affordability issue. Its a how much am I willing to lose when I trade it in in two years issue...