Posts Tagged ‘porsche tuning’

9ff BT2 Porsche 911 GT2

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009:


The German car tuning firm 9ff have released their own tuning package for the Porsche 911 GT2, nicknaming it the BT2 because of the bi turbo setup. After all the modifications it receives a staggering amount of power at 850 hp and 920 Nm of torque. With this setup, Switzer Performance who just released their Porsche 911 GT2 package a few days ago, may have to rethink their modifications because the 9ff BT2 Porsche 911 GT2 will blow it out of the water. With those power numbers it can go from 0-100 km/h in an astonishing 3.0 seconds, and 200 km/h can be reached in only 8.7 seconds. It reaches 300 km/h in 18.5 seconds, and the BT2 Porsche 911 GT2 has a top speed of 386 km/h or 240 mph!Technorati Profile

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Status Design Porsche Cayenne

Wednesday, June 17th, 2009:


Russian car tuning firm Status Design released their version of the Porsche Cayenne, as a response to vehicles like the Mansory Chopster. The company based out of Moscow, Russia created a body kit that is truly original for this Porsche Cayenne. Parts included are a new front bumper, new hood, front fenders, side skirts, and a new rear spoiler. This kit is made exclusively by Status Design and will be manufactured using high quality carbon fiber and plastic pieces. The official release date has not yet been determined, however it should be sometime this autumn.

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Switzer Porsche 911 GT2

Saturday, June 13th, 2009:


Switzer Performance, a car tuning company from Ohio developed a twin turbo kit for the already powerful Porsche 911 GT2. Professional tuner Tym Switzer and his guys at SPI created the package to deliver 800 hp for the Porsche 911 GT2. With those numbers it will really put you back in your seat, but Switzer aimed to also give it a smooth ride with an equal power curve. It runs on normal 93 octane gas and is basically a complete bolt on kit consisting of custom SPI headers, an aftermarket exhaust system, new intercooler setup, and to top it off, two GT30R turbochargers.

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Gemballa Mirage GT Carbon Edition

Saturday, June 6th, 2009:


Gemballa the German car tuning firm has released the Mirage GT Carbon Edition based off the Porsche Carrera GT. Aiming to make this a super car, and Gemballa being famous for their great work, only 5 of these models will be made exclusively. From the factory the Carrera GT boasts 620 hp, but after some extra tuning those numbers were boosted to 670 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque. Those impressive numbers get this Mirage GT Carbon Edition moving, and its 0-62 mph time is 3.7 seconds while it can hit 200 km/h in only 9.7 seconds with a top speed of 335 km/h (208 mph).

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Wimmer RS Porsche 997 GT2 Bi-Turbo

Saturday, May 16th, 2009:


The car tuners from Germany, Wimmer RS (Wimmer Rennsporttechnik Soligen) chose the Porsche 997 GT2 Bi-Turbo this time to modify and the results were amazing. The Porsche 997 GT2 was able to sprint from 0-100 km/h in only 3.4 seconds! Wimmer increased the power to 680 hp, from the stock 530 hp, and torque was also boosted to 870 Nm. This was achieved by tuning the twin-turbos, adding a custom Wimmer sport exhaust system, sport catalysts, redesigned cylinder head, aftermarket camshafts, and finally a performance clutch. They didn’t stop with only tuning the cars engine bay, however, they also customized the exterior by adding a body kit, wheels, and graphics.

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Koenigseder Porsche Carrera GT

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009:


Undergoing a complete make over, this Porsche Carrera GT has been modified by the Austrian car tuning company Koenigseder. Nicknaming it the Devil, Koenigseder was able to give this Carrera a nice aggressive look with a new body kit. The kit you see here is a completely unique body kit that transforms this Porsche, starting with new bumpers all around, and ending with air intakes coming from the roof. It is still a Porsche Carrera GT under all the exterior mods, and it still holds its performance numbers under the hood. But if you look at the fancy additions to the exterior, you can tell this kit from Koenigseder doesn’t come cheap, and we have the prices for you.

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Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS Porsche Cayenne Turbo

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009:


Popular Porsche car tuning company Gemballa has recently released their new model the Tornado 750 GTS based off the Porsche Cayenne Turbo. They certainly know what their doing with over 27 years experience tuning only Porsche’s. For this project Gemballa gave this Cayenne the complete package by adding exterior, interior, and performance modifications. Under the hood it received several improvements including forged pistons, aftermarket connecting rods, racing turbochargers, and a new intercooler allowing a 90 percent increase in the cooling area. These upgrades boosted the cubic capacity of the engine to 5.0 liters, and new racing headers as well as a sport exhaust system were added. With all those modifications the Tornado 750 GTS Porsche Cayenne Turbo produces 750 hp and 1,050 Nm of torque, with a 4.3 second 0-100 km/h and top speed of 300 km/h.

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JE Design Porsche Cayenne Progressor

Saturday, March 28th, 2009:


The car tuner JE Design started from a stock Porsche Cayenne type 957 to make this Progressor SUV. Their version of the Porsche Cayenne is broader and more dominant than the stock version thanks to a new body kit which consists of a front skirt with LED daylight running lights, side skirts and a rear skirt extension. The new front bumper has bigger air inlets and fierce headlamp masks that will show anyone that this Progressor is much more aggressive than the standard Cayenne. The car’s track width was extended by 60 mm at the front axle and by 80 mm at the rear axle and with the new extended wings and side skirts with integrated LED door sill lamps, this Progressor SUV it’s powerful and robust. The car received 10×22″ wheels with a classic five spike design especially made for king sized cars and it’s equipped with high performance tires sized 295/30 R22 XL.

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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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Mansory Porsche 911

Sunday, March 15th, 2009:


Mansory Switzerland knows everything about Porsche cars and a couple of days ago they presented a new tuning programme for the Porsche 911 model at the Geneva Motor Show. They tried to improve the car’s aerodynamics, performances and handling and they reduced the car’s weight by installing body components made of PU-RIM. The new body kit gives the car a sportive and dynamic look and it consists of a new front apron which can be combined with the Mansory carbon hood with striking side beads, a rear apron that has an integrated four pipe exhaust system and new side skirts which make complete this body kit. Under the hood the Swiss tuners installed a new sport air filter and with the new exhaust, this Porsche 911 has 0-100km/h acceleration time faster than the stock version.

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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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Mansory Porsche Cayenne 955

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009:


Porsche Cayenne owners will be happy to know that the Swiss tuner Mansory released a new styling package for their precious SUV. The Mansory Porsche Cayenne 955 has a striking design with a dynamic front apron that has large air inlets, an ultra light bonnet which was additionally strengthened with carbon and wider wings which give this Cayenne an individual character. Mansory broadened by 40 mm the car with additional side skirts and the rear part of their car has a new rear apron with an integrated diffuser and enough space for the end pipes of the custom sport exhaust system. The car was equipped with 5-spoke forged mono block wheels with reduced mass which improves the car’s handling, acceleration and braking distance. These wheels are underlined by the special chassis springs and come in sizes of 10×22″ or 11×23″.

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