There are hundreds, if not thousands, of tuning projects circling the automotive industry at any given time. Some are extensive, offering a complete package to transform the vehicle into a new and improved model, and others only offer minor adjustments to slightly tweak the car’s look. The latter group are the ones that can always benefit from some additional attention. Turns out, American tuner, AutoDynamica, share our sentiments as they have taken the Porsche 997 Turbo by Vorsteiner and added certain elements to complete its package.
Vorsteiner started off the 997 Turbo’s transformation with dry carbon fiber vacuum technology. This technology allows for a stronger and stiffer bodykit that is also 40% lighter than the components used in the standard model. The newly redesigned front bumper cover is made of carbon fiber composite (CFRP) and there are also an add-on carbon fiber chin spoiler and larger duct openings. The back of the Porsche gets a new rear bumper and a 997.2 tail light conversion.
And then there’s the power. A standardPorsche 997 Turbo is one of the most powerful models on the market. With 500 HP and a top speed of 194 mph, the 997 Turbo certainly sets the stage for the competition, but AutoDynamic’s AWE 650S performance package takes it to the next level. This package adds an AWE exhaust system, AWE headers in stainless steel, AWE upgraded intercoolers and proprietary GIAC tuning software which bumps up the power output to 650 HP! Throw in a new set of performance wheels with a race inspired look and a new set of PSS10 Coilovers from Bilstein to lower the car’s ride, and you now have that complete package we discussed earlier.