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2007 Porsche 911 Turbo on 2040-cars

US $26,600.00
Year:2007 Mileage:30100 Color: Gray /

Pep, Texas, United States

Pep, Texas, United States

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I am selling my beloved nearly flawless 997TT. Many that have seen this car in person have said it is the the
nicest 997 911 Turbo they have ever seen. It has well over $100k in tastefully done modifications. Cosmetically
and mechanically it is excellent. The car was built by Vivid Racing and I have owned it for about a year. Since I
have owned it I have invested approximately $10k comprising GT2 clutch and flywheel and complete cooling
The build is as follows:
Race Mode the car makes 760awhp at 1.6bar of boost on our Mustang Dyno
Low Boost Street Mode the car makes 600awhp at 1.2bar of boost on our Mustang Dyno
Verified 60-130mph Best Time is 6.04 secs.
Verified TX Mile Top Speed Fastest Stock Motor 997 Turbo is 206.2mph
Best 1/4mile Trap Speed is 135mph
Best 0-60mph time of 3.04sec.
Vivid Racing 825HP Performance Kit
Custom Aluminum 3inch Y-Pipe Painted Slate Gray with Red Couplers. Features water injection bungs.
Custom Throttlebody Plenum Pipe with larger 78mm Cayenne TT ThrottleBody
Converted Porsche oil and water fittings to AN for Garrett turbos
Garrett GT3076rs Turbochargers with a .63a/r
Tial 44mm External Wastegates with .8bar spring.
Agency Power High Flow Bar and Plate Intercoolers Modified with 3inch outlets to 3inch YPipe
Agency Power Lower Silicone Boost Hoses Red
Agency Power Fender Mount Cold Air Intakes Retaining OEM MAF Sensors and BOV Recirc Tubes
Agency Power Twin Adjustable Blow Off Valves set up 50/50
Agency Power High Flow Performance Headers for Garrett turbos and Tial Wastegates
JIC Cross 80mm Exhaust System with 100 cell Cats
Softronic custom ECU Tuning. VTG delete mod, race gas and pump gas map.
Greddy Profec B Electronic Boost Controller
AEM Water/Meth Injection Kit
Nitrous Express Dual Intercooler Spray Kit
Vorsteiner VRT Carbon Fiber Front Bumper
Vorsteiner VRT Carbon Fiber Rear Bumper
Vorsteiner VRT Carbon Fiber Rear Wing
NR Auto Carbon Mirror Inserts
TechArt Side Skirts
VR LED Front Marker Lights
Porsche OEM Clear Side Markers
Front End has 3M clear bra under wrap
Techart COSTUME fit LED lights.
Agency Power Bolt-in Performance Roll Bar with harness and diagonal bar painted Red color of the stock HRE C93
Red Seat Belts
Carbon Trim Shift Knob, Brake Lever, Cup Holder Trim
Slate Gray Center Console
Laser Jammers by Blinder
Custom switches for NX and AEM Kit in Ash Tray
DCT Custom Flat Bottom Steering Wheel with carbon fiber, preforated leather, and suede
Renline Pedals
Alcantera shifter and center arm rest cover.
KW V3 Adjustable Coilovers
Agency Power Front Adjustable 27mm Sway Bar
Agency Power Rear Adjustable 24mm Sway Bar
Agency Power Front Adjustable Sway Bar Links
Agency Power Rear Adjustable Control Arms
Corner Balanced and Aligned - GT2 Specs
Nitto Invo new tires 70%
HRE P40SC Brush Red Nitto Tires 20x13 Rear and 20x19 front ( 345 /245 )
Brembo 2pc Floating Slotted Rotors Front - 4lbs lighter then stock
Brembo 2pc Floating Slotted Rotors Rear - 3lbs lighter then stock
Endless Racing Brake Fluid
Agency Power Short Throw Shifter Kit
Agency Power Precision Shift Linkage
OEM GT2 Clutch
Also BRAND NEW Clutch Masters Stage 3 Full Disk Clutch Kit

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