sâmbătă, 14 noiembrie 2015
Porsche 997 Tuning Report
In 1998 Porsche launched the 996 model, which was basically a huge change in their renowned 911 Carrera brand, they turned from an air cooled to the water cooled engine. This change, as well as its various design is likely the reason why the Porsche 996 is considered today on the list of the most unloved models up to now, as shown in existing resale values. Porsche was compelled to change from their famous air-cooled flat 6-cylinder engine to a water-cooled version because of much more stringent noise restrictions (particularly in European countries) and environment concerns. Not only were government limitations pressuring Porsche to generate the adjustment, but they also hit a hp ceiling in their air cooled engine. The all-new Porsche 911 style originated from developer Harm Lagaay. The look pushed the revolutionary 911 towards a more aerodynamic look with a more angled window. With the design veering from prior versions and the changing to the renowned source of energy this irked Porsche fanatics everywhere. A lot of modification in too short of time. The 996 Porsche impacted the fan base so much that the following 911-generation released the 997, reverted in style to previous ones whilst keeping the essential power plant modification. The new Porsche 996 was introduced in 1998 using a 3.4 liter water-cooled flat 6-cylinder engine producing 296hp efficient at forcing the new 911 0-60 in 5.1 seconds. The initial water-cooled power plant has a few problems, so much that in 2002 (found in 2001 with the 9114S) they modified it to a 3.6-liter that increased its trustworthiness. The 3.6-liter Porsche flat 6 engine was what operated the Porsche 993, which to the majority of enthusiasts' represents probably the most desirable air-cooled Porsches ever designed. porsche 996 tuning Although this would be a water-cooled model it increased the 996 attraction to the Porsche group of followers and improved upon its strength to 320hp and also 0-60 to 4.9 seconds. The Porsche 996 still battles to win the love of fans nowadays creating one of several discount 911s that you can buy today. Prices on the first models using the 3.4 liter are definitely stained as a result of recognized problems, as the 3.6 liter designs maintain a stronger price, when compared with earlier versions, the 996 is a bargain. In 2000, Porsche released the brand new all wheel drive Turbo edition of the 996, that boosted the power to 420hp, 0-60 to 4.2 seconds and was in fact acclaimed by the auto mass media as a success of technological innovation. Even this brand new Porsche 911 Turbo nowadays represent the cheapest generation that can be found.