Magnus Walker is a legend to air-cooled Porsche car fans, and SharkWerks’ Alex Ross offers nasty power levels to contemporary water-cooled Porsches. When they joined hands in 2008, the 911 GT2 took birth, and a force was born. You can describe the vehicle as conventional and at the same time an outlaw. That car was a cent percent bad-ass wheels and Jay Leno had the opportunity to drive it around.
If you are living on the periphery of the Porsche domain then here is a reminder to jog your awareness. Magnus Walker is famous for building customized air-cooler Porsche cars, and they have been named as “outlaw”. The bad-ass wheels are built by Walker for his own pleasure, and it is entirely to satisfy his automobile preferences and in the process he has pissed off numerous Porsche conventionalists along the way. His works have also earned him hordes of fans which also include our team.
It may be unlike Walker to unleash his skills on modern day water-cooled 911 but no fan can refuse the results it brings out. The altered looks also have the power to back it up. The co-founder of the SharkWerks, owner Alex Ross, said that the GT2 with a turbocharger to boost power generated an unprecedented 775 horses and vehicle is lighter than the stock Porsche at hundred percent.
This sounds pretty good for us and Jay Leno the denim spokesperson agreed with us. Ride with Walker Ross and Leno and take a deep dive. When the driving part comes in the video do not forget to pump up the volume, the result will please your ears.
If you are keeping tab on Leno, he was busted over driving a 2015 Chevy Corvette Z06, which he did for shooting the marvelous Jay Leno’s Garage video series.