Posts Tagged ‘porsche 997 tuning’

Wimmer RS Porsche 997 GT2 RS

Monday, October 22nd, 2012:

Wimmer RS has released this new Porsche 997 GT2 RS package for the 500 owners who are looking to reach the next level of performance. They have taken the 3.6-liter six cylinder engine and hooked it up with optimized turbochargers, ECU reprogramming, new camshafts, crankshaft, timing chains, pistons, connecting rods, a new fuel pump and 200-cell sport catalysts. With these extensive upgrades, the flat-six now develops around 1,006 horsepower and 1,108 Nm of torque.

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Champion Motorsports Street Legal Porsche 911 RSR

Friday, June 22nd, 2012:

If you still fancy the older Porsche 997 models over the new generation 991 like most of us do, then be sure to follow the Champion Motorsports tuning firm. They have used a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S and transformed it into the popular Porsche 911 GT3 RSR race car. However, this one is street legal! This isn’t just a bunch of bolt-on parts hooked up, they went all out to make this one-of-a-kind sports car truly unique.

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Cars & Art Porsche 997 Carrera

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012:

The German tuning company Cars & Art have given this Porsche 997 Carrera a unique look with their brand new Red Baron kit. It includes a new front bumper with LED daytime running lights installed, a GT3 front lip, rear bumper and integrated diffuser painted to match the body. To go along with the improved styling, a sport exhaust system with valve control to adjust the sound was hooked up as well.

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TechArt Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Thursday, September 15th, 2011:

The German tuning company TechArt has released this quick kit for the Porsche 911 GT2 RS which they have shortened to calling it the GTStreet RS. Power has been refined to produce an extra 100 PS, bringing the total numbers to 720 PS and 900 Nm of torque. With these figures, the Porsche 997 is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds while recording a top speed of 352 km/h.

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9ff Porsche 997 Turbo

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010:

9ff Porsche 997 Turbo

Porsche tuning specialists 9ff have released a high performance kit for the Porsche 997 Turbo dubbed the DR700. The name for this package was inspired by the total power output in PS, and 9ff always offers top of the line parts for Porsche enthusiasts. To accomplish the 700 PS and 870 Nm of torque, the tuners had to upgrade the headers, install new sport catalytics, air filter, new intercoolers, a tuned ECU, intake manifold, 9ff turbochargers, new camshafts, and tweak the transmission.

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Mansory Porsche 997 Turbo

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010:

Mansory Porsche 997 Turbo

The Swiss tuners from Mansory are ready to impress all the visitors at the Geneva Motor Show with this new Porsche 997 Turbo. Fresh from the Mansory tuning lab is the latest package for the 997 Porsche series with an upgraded turbo kit. Performance figures were not released yet, but we do know it received a nice aero kit to change its style. Included in the kit is a new front skirt and splitter made of carbon fiber, a redesigned rear end with rear skirt, and a carbon fiber rear wing to further improve the aerodynamics.

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Vivid Racing Porsche 997 C4S

Saturday, September 19th, 2009:


Here we have a customers car from the American based tuners at Vivid Racing, a Porsche 997 C4S that received some expensive parts. Recently Vivid Racing released their Porsche 997 Twin-Turbo that accomplished a staggering 800 hp. For this car tuning project they started off by installing the NR Auto replica TechArt body kit, which gave it a new aggressive look. With the new car styling, the customer felt the need for aftermarket wheels to complete the aggressive body kit, and went with the HRE P43 wheels. The wheels measure 19×8.5 in the front, and 19×11 in the rear, and allows them to fit flush with new Porsche 997 widebody styling. These monoblock wheels definitely alter the appearance and add new dimensions to his car. Check out the photos after the jump and visit the guys at Vivid Racing for all your Porsche needs.

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Vorsteiner Porsche 997 Turbo V RT Edition

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009:


Vorsteiner has released the latest tuning package for the Porsche 997 Turbo which consists of a special aerodynamic kit and a new forged wheel package. Up front the car has a new front apron with large carbon fiber air intakes for the radiators and a removable dry carbon fiber spoiler which adds additional down force to the front and also protects the front apron from any road bumps. The car tuning company tried to maximize weight savings in the front side and they removed the car’s fog lights and replaced stock air ducts and hardware made from plastic with carbon fiber parts which are really light. The rear side received a new rear bumper with enlarged side intercooler vents that will improve the car’s airflow a lot. It also features a new rear diffuser made from carbon fiber with integrated twin aero fins and  quad sport exhaust tips.

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Oakley Design Porsche 997 GT2

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009:


Oakley Design used a lot of carbon fiber elements to create their own version of the 997 GT2 Porsche. They made a special body kit that consists of a new front spoiler with a front lip, a rear spoiler lip, new roof, new wheels and even a new roll cage which looks like a modern sculpture made from lightweight material. The car’s stock roll cage weights 60 kg and the new one installed by Oakley Design weights only 12 kg and any customer would feel that weight reduction when he’s accelerating the car. Under the hood, the car tuning company modified the engine cooling unit and after they installed a pair of KKK turbochargers this GT2 gained 89HP, from 523 HP to 632 HP. The car also received a stiffer suspension and better breaks.

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Sportec SP550 Porsche 997 Turbo

Monday, March 9th, 2009:


The new SP550 Porsche 997 Turbo was one of the nicest premieres from Sportec at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.  The guys from Sportec installed two special turbochargers and a new sport exhaust system with sound baffle system and high capacity catalytics to improve this car’s performances. They also added a special air filter with an optimised flow rate which will take care of this car’s demand of intake air. The result is an great engine which could deliver 550 HP and a gigantic torque of 705 Nm at 4,030 rpm. The car has really low CO2 emissions and it could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h in 11 seconds and it could reach a top speed of 331 km/h. Customers could order an improved body kit with better aerodynamics, a new front spoiler, side skirts, a 3 part rear apron and a GT-style rear wing.

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Project Kahn Porsche 997 Turbo

Sunday, June 15th, 2008:

Project Kahn Porsche 997 Turbo

Project Kahn is a well known car tuning company that deals with Aston Martin, Bentley, Range Rover and they are also known for the fine quality rims they design. This time they started to modify a Porsche 911 Turbo and the results can be seen in the pictures below. At the exterior you can easily see those RSX 20″ rims that have a beautiful design and with the new suspension system the car is closer to the ground with 20 mm. Kahn has slightly modified the car’s front bumper and the rear wing that is specific for 911 Turbo. And to make it look even better they also colored the car’s windows. Only an exterior tuning kit is available for Porsche 997 because the guys from Kahn haven’t modified the car’s performance. Read More →

Porsche Cabriolet 911

Thursday, January 17th, 2008:

Car tuners from Speed Art made this new 911, based on a 997 Porsche. The car’s engine can reach 600 HP and the aerodynamic BTR-XL body kit certainly improve car’s performances. Also, the suspension of this car is modified,  it has new sport springs, and several carbon fiber elements that make car handling smooth. The new Cabriolet 911 has 20″ rims and rear tires are bigger than those from in front. If you’re asking yourself: what can this car do? then here’s  you have it: you can go from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4s, from 0 to 200 km/s in 10.8s and you can reach a maximum speed of 325 km/h. Read More →

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