Porsche offers a kit to make climbing the classic power of the Porsche 911 Carrera S 430 horse, or the power of a former GT3 RS! And for the less discreet, a body kit is also proposed.
For the moment, the Porsche 911 Type 991 remains in version Carrera and Carrera S, pending GT3, GT3 RS version or still Turbo. A single model in the catalog which will be soon joined by a new variant called Porsche 911 Powerkits. The package includes not only a part aesthetic, with a full body kit delivered here on the photo in a red hue that is not to displease. The rear spoiler is reminiscent to that could be on the next GT3. Aerokit package also allows you to add a section on the rear spoiler, and changes the front shield with a new blade.
Unlike what is often, this kit of power is not just a simple mapping… Porsche worked much more in depth, by revisiting bolts, hosting of new camshafts, additional radiator, the new system of admission and sport exhaust to the modular sound resonance.
All this work for a gain of 30 horses to be 430 horses, it starts to cause! Especially if this car to string via the Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission, dual clutch box that allows to run the 0 to 100 km/h in 4 seconds all round! The top speed is announced to 306 and 308 km/h with manual transmission. The good news is that consumption remained unchanged.
The Powerkit, developed solely for the Carrera S, allows to pass the power of 400 hp 3.8 flatsix 430 c. 0 To 100 km/h was shot in four seconds with PDK transmission and maximum speed climbs to 308 km/h (+ 2 km/h). The reprogramming engine allows, according to Porsche, to retain the same value of consumption that the Carrera S base. The Powerkit consists of new cylinder heads, cam, a new intake system and an additional central radiator. The exhaust was modified and became most sports.
If you remain insensitive to the silhouette of a Porsche 911 Carrera, it is always possible to the decorate with a kit called Aerokit which adds spoilers, taken from air in short the whole caboodle to impress the gallery… The tastes and colors.
Without the aesthetic change, the only way to recognize an a standard Porsche 911 Carrera S Powerkit is the presence of you cover cylinder head in titanium.