Posts Tagged ‘porsche 911 tuning’

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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Jurgen Alzen Motorsport Porsche 911 Turbo Mission 400 Plus

Wednesday, July 9th, 2008:

Jurgen Alzen Motorsport Porsche 911 Turbo Mission 400 Plus

Mission 400 Plus is the name given to a modified Porsche 911 Turbo that was built to be the fastest street racing car. Jurgen Alzen Mortosport together with H&R and RS Tuning tweaked this car’s performances a lot and this Porsche can beat a maximum speed of 400 km/h. Since it’s fastest than 400, they decided to name this modifed car 400 Plus. The guys from Jurgen Alzen created a special body kit that makes this car more aerodynamic and lighter using a lot of carbon fiber elements. RS tuning modified this car’s engine and the guys from H&R installed a new high performance suspension system. Read More →

Hamann Porsche 911 Turbo

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008:

Hamann Porsche 911 Turbo

Porsche 911 Turbo is surely one of the fastest sport cars in the world at the moment but of course, there are still some car tuning companies, like Hamann that can modify anything, from Mini Cooper to Ferrari. If you are not pleased with the car’s initial power (480 HP), Hamann created a special performance tuning kit called Hamann Stallion that will boost the engine’s power to 630 HP. To gain this additional power they changed the car’s turbocompressors with new ones that are bigger and stronger and they also installed a new exhaust system made from stainless steel and they modified the car’s engine cooling unit. But the guys from Hamann weren’t pleased only with engine modifications. They also cut around 8 cm from the car’s roof, they equipped the car with 20″ rims, Lambo doors and they also made a lot of modifications to the car’s body kit to make it more aerodynamic. 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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