To whom it may concern -
Who makes Porsches anyway?
Brakes by Brembo & ATE, Seats by Recarro, Instruments by VDO,
Electrics by Bosche, Carburetors by Weber & Solex, Turbochargers by KKK, Shocks & Struts by Bilstein, Koni & Boge, Synchronisers by Borg-Warner, Wheels by Fuches, Bodies by Barth & Karmann? Need I go on? I wonder if Porsche manufacturers anything for their cars?
Are the Porsches you see at the races "pure" Porsches?
Are their engines, chassis, suspension, etc. what you can buy at the Porsche store?
Tell me about the upgrades made to all racing Porsches, including factory cars? Fiberglass or Carbon-fiber body parts, Suspension upgrades, Steering wheels, Seat belts, Roll cages, Wheels and tires, Lexan windows, etc.
What makes you think your "recipe" is "correct"?
Why can't my "recipe" be just as "correct"?
Does a Porsche have to remain just like it was manufactured?
Why didn't the manufacturer (designer & assembler, if you will) let the car remain just like it was manufactured, I mean assembled, instead of changing it every year? Yes, planned obsolescence was a big reason, but didn't they improve it too?
Therefore, isn't my improvement approved by the manufacturer, I mean designer & assembler? I haven't heard from Porsche on this matter! Only people like you.