TechArt 997 Turbo; rear-left view

TechArt GTSport; front-tight view
Also covers for the exterior mirrors are avai-
lable, as with the other 997s. Whereas the front spoiler and the rear diffusor are unique to the Turbo version. Both parts carry on the design of this model's bumpers. Rocker panels' design could be more simple in this case since the twisted shape isn't mirrored by any other part on
the car. The 'Formula' wheel is gettable in 19 and 20 inch for the charged 911. It goes with any Porsche, and the modifications with the new Turbo haven't changed absolutely nothing with that. When it comes to suspension components, there's also a lot for this car in TechArt's store.

A set of lowering springs to reduce ride height by 20mm, for instance. Or, a more sophisticated solution: The Vario Plus coil over suspension. The system enables several settings in both ground clearance and damping. To further increase cornering stability the modifications can be rounded off by body sport sway bars and a dome cross-brace. Exhaust tuning and various up-
grades for the interior belong to TechArt's offers too. But, one issue remains exciting. It relates to what makes a 911 a Turbo: Its engine. In other words, this won't be the last article on TechArt's offers for the 997 Turbo.

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