5/ Porsche 911 SC Safari: 122,9 decibels
The 911 SC Safari is a rally car that saw the light of day in 1978. Pretty close to a 911 series, it boasts the famous flat six from Porsche, with an engine capacity of 3 liters. A body that expresses itself loud and clear through an exhaust low obstruction.
The 911 SC Safari stopped at an assistance during the Safari Rally of 1978. Porsche
4/ Porsche 911 RSR: 123,4 decibels
The 911 RSR. Porsche
Derived from the radical version GT3 the Porsche 911 type 996, this racing machine has participated in the 24 Hours of le Mans. Its vocalizations are also produced by a six-cylinder flat engine with a capacity of 3.6 litres this time.
3/ Porsche 928 “Trigema”: 126,4 decibel
928 Trigema. Porsche
This gear competition, derived from a Porsche 928 S, is aligned to the departure of many endurance races including the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1984. Prepare yourself for a change music register, since this car is trusted by a V8 4.7-liter engine.
2/ Porsche 804: 137,8 decibels
The single-seater from 1962 is one of the few Formula 1 badged Porsche. It allowed the brand to win his only F1 win as a constructor with the american pilot Dan Gurney. It was on July 8, 1962 on the circuit of Rouen Les Essarts. It was equipped with a eight cylinder engine flat. To comply with the regulations in force at the time in the formula to the queen of motor sports, the motor displacement of the 804 did not exceed 1.5 litres.
804 F1 during a parade at Goodwood. Markus Leser
1/ Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Turbo 2.1: 138,1 decibels
The Porsche the more noisy it is, against all odds, a model that is turbocharged. Real prototype in disguise, this 911 Turbo racing has finished in second place of the 24 Hours of le Mans in 1974. Its displacement is reduced to 2.1 litres, but the bar of 500 horses is reached. A power which is largely sufficient when it is known that the machine weighs only 750 pounds!
Prototype development, the 911 Carrera RSR le Mans 1974 gave birth to a lineage of 911 Group 4 and 5. Porsche