The Best Bolt on Performance Upgrades for Late Model Porsches

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  • Porsche Reinvents the Flat 4 with Turbos

    Porsche Reinvents the Flat 4 with Turbos

    It has been over 20 years since Porsche produced a 4 cylinder engine (968 - Circa 1995) and 40 years since they made a flat-four engine (914 - Circa 1976). This latest earth shattering news from Stuttgart rivals the unexpected announcement of Porsche turbocharging the coveted naturally aspirated Carreras. This unprecedented move from flat-six to flat-four engines will first be realized in Read More
  • 991.2 Turbo Plenum & Y-Pipe in the Werks

    991.2 Turbo Plenum & Y-Pipe in the Werks

    Porsche has once again elevated the performance bar of the Porsche Turbo. The new engine produces 20 more HP (560 vs. 580 with S models) over its predecessor and propels the new Turbo to a top speed of 205 mph. The slightly upgraded engine benefits from revised intake ports, larger injectors, higher volume fuel pump, larger turbo compressor wheels and Read More
  • The Carrera Turbos are Coming

    The Carrera Turbos are Coming

    We all know that the 2016 Carreras will be boosted. We also know that the IPD Plenums deliver even greater performance with turbo applications. We think it’s fair to “assume” that this will also apply to the brand new Carrera. What we know so far is the Porsche Air Distributor appears to be similar, but slightly different than that found Read More
  • Porsche Resurrects the Iconic 911R

    Porsche Resurrects the Iconic 911R

    Is this just another marketing attempt to capitalize on Porsche’s heritage or does the new 911R deliver the driving experience worthy of the legendary R badge? Well the initial response at first glance has been, “It’s just a manual GT3 without a rear wing”. And although it is true that the new R has a mandatory stick and no rear Read More
  • GT4 IPD Plenum Delivers GT3 Performance

    GT4 IPD Plenum Delivers GT3 Performance

    Porsche has once again left the door open for some additional engine performance improvements with the new GT4 by continuing to utilize the same factory intake found on the 981 S and GTS models. These intake systems employ the smaller more restrictive 74mm throttle body which limits power and torque potential. The new GT4 may have the 991 Carrera S Read More
  • All About IPD Plenums in Under 60 Seconds

    All About IPD Plenums in Under 60 Seconds

    5 Most Important Facts Superior and more efficient design over the factory intake.The IPD Plenums are products of efficiency that simply improve intake air flow and increase air velocity. The “Y” shape design and dimpled interior surface make air flow more laminar (less turbulent) dramatically improving power and torque across the entire RPM band. Smoother more optimized intake air flow Read More
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