Saturday 23rd October 2021

800 PS and Porsche GT3 look in the 911er Turbo

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today we introduce you to a tuned Porsche 911 Turbo. The car was not refined by a special tuning team but, as far as we know, was set up by a private tuning enthusiast called "Karol" (or better wheels) who used tuning parts from several suppliers. After we already had several modifications, for example in the form of the Prototype Production Porsche 911 Turbo S with over 600 PS or the Mcchip-DKR Porsche 911 Turbo S with 660 PS Stage 3 tuning, we encountered the 911 from Karol, which was upgraded by Street Shadows Garage, among others, with its 800 PS, a completely different number. Personally, I always like these tuning conversions best, because such a car was usually refined much more individually than a car with a tuning program from only one provider. We already know a few details about the tuning and the parts installed on the Porsche 911 Turbo. What we have learned we have listed below for you in a summary.

Ps. Even more privately tuned vehicles can be found in ours Selfmade category!

(Photos: superstreetonline)

These are the details we know:

  • possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
  • inspired by the Porsche GT3
  • 3,8-liter turbocharged engine (Street Shadows Garage + ECU Performance boost on 800 PS)
  • Engine almost completely standard (apart from the crankshaft and a few other components)
  • big intercooler in the front bumper
  • 12 liter of coolant
  • Water spray system for cooling the engine
  • Six-speed manual
  • all wheel drive
  • GT3 body kit

Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.

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