Friday, November 13, 2009

The 2010 Techart GTstreet RS
The Techart GTstreet RS is based on Porsche 911 GT2.The Techart GTstreet RS make employ of TECHART’s TA097/T2.2 performance kit, a high performance rating of 700 hp and 515 kW with a highest torque of 860 Nm is on call. This performance is achieved due to the use of modified turbochargers, enlarged carbon intake manifolds, especially developed intercoolers; valve-controlled sports exhaust system united with high performance headers, a modified pressure sensor and a sports air filter. The Techart GTstreet aerodynamic package’s top flight performance capacity is obvious in the wind tunnel: 10 kg downforce on the front and rear axles respectively at 140 km/h.
The Techart GTstreet RS front apron has a carbon splitter. Air ducts denote that cooling air can escape directly behind the cooler via the recently created air outlet, bringing a considerable reduction in lift on the front axle. By raising the downforce, side carbon flaps enhance this effect. The comprehensive modifications build the sports car with the aerodynamic hood, headlight trim; mirror trim, side skirts as well as carbon roof spoiler react with tip-top precision.

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