Techart takes 2010 Porsche 911 up to 620 HP |

When it’s not building high end racing prototypes based on Porsche models, tuning company Techart also takes care of the regular vehicles that are manufactured by the Stuttgart company.

A recent example is Techart’s newest tuning package for the 2010 Porsche 911, which promises to take the power output from the ‘tame’ 500 HP to around 620 HP. How does it do that? Well, the 3.8-liter flat-six engine receives an ECU upgrade, a brand new exhaust system, complete with improved manifold, as well as a sports air filter.

Of course, handling couldn’t have been left unimproved, so a coilover suspension has been added, as well as a new and improved braking system. Aerodynamic body kits are also available, coming in two flavors, both increasing down force and decreasing ride height. As an added bonus, for the right amount of cash of course, Techart also throws in a Nose Lift system, meaning you won’t run away from speedbumps when you take the tuned 911 around the city.

Source: Techart

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