Do you remember the 997 Turbo BTR-II 650 EVO SpeedArt unveiled back n 2010? Today the same tuner turned its attention to the BTR-II package one more time and came up with a new version. This time around, the kit is called BTR-II 600 EVO Ultra Edition and unfortunately, it is a little bit less powerful than the first edition, but one benefit it that the tuner applied the kit to a convertible model.

This tuning kit pushes the Porsche’s engine to 600 horsepower — 50 horsepower less than the BTR-II 650 EVO model. To achieve this output level, the tuner installed its Powerkit III system, a sports exhaust system with a sound switch, 200-cell sports catalytic converter and 84 mm tailpipes. Peak torque was also increased to 590 pound-feet. This represents a significant increase over the base 500 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque delivered by the 997 Turbo.

Next to the extra power, the BTR-II 600 EVO Ultra Edition received an adjustable sport suspension with PASM and air lift for more ground clearance and a meaner appearance.

Click past the jump to read more about the Porsche BTR-II 600 EVO Ultra Edition by SpeedART.

  • 2010 Porsche BTR-II 600 EVO Ultra Edition by SpeedART
  • Year:
    2010
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  • Model:
  • Engine:
    flat-6
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    600
  • Torque @ RPM:
    590
  • 0-60 time:
    3.4 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    194 mph
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Porsche BTR-II 600 EVO Ultra Edition by SpeedART in Detail

2010 Porsche BTR-II 600 EVO Ultra Edition by SpeedART Exterior
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The exterior also saw some reworking. as it received a BTR-EVO Aerokit "Carbon-Edition," which includes a new front spoiler and bumper with larger air intakes, new side skirts, a new rear bumper, and a larger rear wing. SppeART also fitted the 911 with new gullwing doors.

The car now sits on a set of forged, 20-inch wheels painted in a cool combination of black and red.

For the interior, SpeedART added red carbon, red stitching and red instrument dials.

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