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quicker from stand still, C4S or C2S ?

From a dead stop, or launch is the C4S quicker than the C2S? I would think the C4S would be due to grip from all four wheels.
 
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Probably the 4-wheel drive by a tad. What makes a measurable difference is manual vs PDK w/launch control.
 
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Here is the list by auto magazines.

https://www.0-60specs.com/porsche-911-0-60-times/
 
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Interesting that they have the S as barely faster, even though Porsche themselves lists the opposite.
 
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Interesting that they have the S as barely faster, even though Porsche themselves lists the opposite.
4S is a more expensive and raises the profit margins.
 
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4S is a more expensive and raises the profit margins.
Ah yes good point.
 
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I've heard the 4S is slightly quicker due to the all wheel drive.
 
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I've driven both (own C2S) both are 991.2s. Feel about the same. The C4S is a wee bit slower because it weighs more I heard.

I can tell you mine can do better than the Porsche 3.9, they were very conservative on the numbers this time.
 
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