Geneva 2011 – Sportec SPR1 FL – rpmGo.com

Sportec SPR1 FL

This month at the 81st edition of the Geneva Motor Show, the Swiss tuner Sportec brought the successor of the SPR1 R model. Based on the current facelift version of the 997 Porsche 911 Turbo, the Sportec SPR1 FL comes with a new semi-sequential gearbox, new side mirrors, facelift LED taillights and a new bumper.

Sportec SPR1 FL

The engine’s output remains just about the same, but this isn’t bad news as the power plant can churn a whopping 846 hp (858 PS / 631 kW)! Like Sportec said, a Golf GTI at each wheel. The torque figure is up a little bit, from 641 lb.-ft (869 Nm) to 649 lb.-ft (880 Nm).

Sportec SPR1 FL

The “FL” designation comes from the new “Smooth Flow” intake manifold that features two injectors per chamber. Another modification over the old model is the new Carbon Ram Air intake system, along with two hybrid turbochargers and a high-performance intercooler.

The new 6-speed transmission has a Sportec high-performance clutch with oil cooling, and works with the AWD system with a limited-slip differential that has a 60/60 percent locking effect.

Sportec SPR1 FL

All these goodies allow the Sportec SPR1 FL to reach 60 mph in just 3 seconds, 0-124 mph in 9.7 seconds, before hitting a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h) which takes 18 seconds.

Source: Sportec via WCF

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