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A good 90% of the time everyone who wants to tune their car comes up with the idea of installing a new set of alloy wheels. Even before an increase in performance by means of chip tuning or lowering, new aluminum rims are statistically the most popular tuning utensil. Understandable because the standard rims are often not necessarily ugly but very much trimmed to mainstream optics and of course not very individual. What could be more obvious than looking around on the BBS shelf to see if there is a fancy alternative to the factory-installed wheelset? The owner of this Porsche 911 (991) did just that and swapped the standard rims for a BBS FI-R wheel set in 20 inches and the color platinum silver. If you take a closer look at the rim selection from BBS, we will understand why! Like almost no other brand, BBS primarily stands for quality, there is also an appealing selection of different designs and as you can see there was something suitable for the 911. Of course we would like to show you the whole thing with pictures and have therefore decided to introduce the car to you. In addition to the visually appealing and well-fitting alloy wheels, the 991 has received a few other modifications that we only know from the photos, unfortunately we have not yet had any technical information.
No matter the main focus of the car is clearly on the already mentioned 20 inch wheelset which, as already mentioned, certainly does not miss the standard rims and is an absolute asset to the Turbo S. I think the car immediately looks more dynamic and sporty, which can never be wrong. We took a closer look at the car and made a few comparisons with the production version and were able to determine one or the other change to the aluminum. What we get directly from the tuner Supreme Power have experienced and recognized for yourself, we provide you with a summary below as usual. Should you notice any further changes, we would be happy if you post them in the "comment box", we will then add them to the post as soon as possible.
(Photos: Supreme Power)
Here are the details for the Techart Porsche 911 (991):
- Lowering (sport springs from Techart)
- darkened windows all around
- BBS FI-R wheel set in 20 inches (color platinum silver, 20 × 9 & 20 × 12 inches)
- front spoiler
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
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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