AWE Tuning Bumps Power in the Porsche 997 911 Turbo

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Want a 911 Turbo with 750 horsepower? Here's your answer.

Although Porsche has unveiled its all-new 991 generation 911 Turbo, there’s still plenty of life left in its immediate predecessor, the 997.2 911 Turbo. The folks over at German car experts, AWE Tuning, felt the same, so they went about finding a way to increase power output. Already ready at 500 horsepower, the team managed to come up with what it calls the 750R Performance Package. Yes, the "750" part stands for the newly rated output.

Thanks to some engine modifications and a new exhaust, this 911 Turbo produces nearly 750 hp. AWE Tuning also added a Bilstein Damptronic coilover suspension, Brembo brakes at both front and rear, as well as a huge carbon fiber rear wing. Official pricing wasn’t immediately available.

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