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Wimmer Porsche 911 GT2 Evo with 680hp

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Porsche GT2 is the most hardcore and unforgiving version of the 911 and with 530hp it’s also the most powerful member of the range too. So you might think it’s impossible to go beyond that, but you’re wrong because Wimmer Rennsporttechnik just announced their GT2 which packs 680 horsepower!

Wimmer engine upgrade includes some heavy modifications. They’ve replaced standard turbochargers with their own modified ones, and also fiddled with the cylinder heads to put the new camshafts in them. Then they installed a high performance exhaust system and remapped the ECU. The result is a colossal 680 hp and 870 nm of torque, enough for you to hit the 100 from stand still in 3.4 seconds and keep going all the way up to 356 km/h.

The normal GT2 is such a nightmare to drive even for experienced drivers, it’s too edgy and too angry all the time. You make the slightest mistake in it and it’ll kill you. Now with this much power Wimmer is giving it, God knows what kind of animal it’s become! They have done a few aerodynamic tweakes and readjusted the chassis using H&R components, but the GT2 still needs two brains, four eyes and eight hands to drive it!

Wimmer engine upgrade package costs around 30,000 Euros, so it’s rather an expensive way to kill yourself!

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Press Release:

Wimmer Rennsporttechnik Solingen

Engine output at its best: Wimmer Rennsporttechnik Solingen traditionally turns cars into faster and hotter models than they already are in series. At the moment they target the new Porsche 997 GT2 Biturbo. Thorsten Wimmer shows the ropes with a 680 hp Porsche 997 GT2 Evo – delivered with 530 hp. The new competitive athlete from Wimmer RS is hot, tenacious and has a super cool visual appearance.

The sportive Porsche GT2 from Wimmer RS wants to get on the race track. It feels at home in tricky chicanes as well as on the streets. Full 680 hp and -remarkable 870 Nm are achieved by the following conversions:

– a bi-turbo engine
– an improvement of the engine management in combination with two optimized Wimmer turbochargers
– a custom-built Wimmer sport exhaust system with two 100 Zeller sport catalysts
– a development of the cylinder head
– sport camshafts

-a sport clutch

The all-inclusive-price rather complete engine conversion prices at 29.800,00 Euro, fitting and left-lane-guarantee included.

According to Wimmer the acceleration to the speed of 100 is 3.4 sec. 200 km/h is reached in only 9.78 sec., and 300 km/h reaches the hp-monster in spectacular 25,8 sec. Concerning maximum speed there are hanging 356 km/h in the air – depending on conversion and clearance of the tires!

DTM-approved race technique appoints the genes of the Dunlop tire, which therewith opened a new product segment: the MaxxPerformance-tires. The Sport-Maxx GT – in 235/30-20 and 325/25-20, fitted on beautiful Sportec-rims, makes sure of an excellent stability of the maximum speed. Even in areas far over 300 km/h.

The optical appearance is spiced up by exterior mirrors and rear spoiler lip made of carbon. Upon request of the customer all parts can be made of carbon. The chassis has been improved by H&R- components, to cope with the increased driving performances.

The beautiful, handmade, and back pressure optimized sport exhaust system from Wimmer RS lets the whole power, hid under the hood, sound in a wonderful tone.

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