Published on March 9th, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Techart Comes Out with New Kit. 911 Front-Axle Noselift system included
Among all the premier tuners that specialise on Porsche models, Techart must be the most recognisable. Recently they launched a new kit specially crafted for the 911 (991), such as the 911 Carrera S and the Turbo.
For the bodykits, it is made of materials including carbon fibre and polyurethane RIM, that offers trouble-free installation, perfect technical compatibility, high load bearing capacity and dimensional stability, combined with a low weight.
The two-piece Front Spoiler I features an integrated splitter and integrates seamlessly with the front apron. The functionality of the 911 Turbo’s active front spoiler is fully maintained. At the back, there are two choices for rear wings. The Rear Wing I is mounted directly on the rear lid and is therefore adjusted automatically. The new Rear Wing II is fixed and replaces the automatically adjustable rear lid.
Techart’s idea of a steering wheel is based on the original Porsche unit, but made better with improved shape and quality Alcantara wrap. Any functionality of the original steering wheel is maintained such as multifunction, paddle shifters as well as the optional Mode selector.
What impressed us most, however, is the availability of a front axle Noselift system, which can be combined with Techart’s sport springs. Ride height adjustment at the front axle: 60 mm (Porsche lift system: approx. 40 mm), automatic lowering at 50 km/h (Porsche: approx. 35 km/h).
Of course, how can anyone talk about personalising their 911 without considering a power bump. With the new Techart powerkit, the 911 Carrera S, 460 hp and 560 Nm are at the driver’s command (series: 420 hp, 500 Nm). The power enhancement for the 911 Turbo S provides a power boost of additional 60 horsepower which makes a total of 640 hp and 880 Nm (series: 580 hp, 750 Nm).
What better way to complement that new output than a new exhaust system? It features dynamic valve control for audible driving pleasure whenever you’re in the mood of being a bit loud. Which in our case, we would imagine being every single time the car is taken out for a drive.