Don't be fooled by its wild exterior color combo as this 996 Porsche 911 Turbo has 650 horsepower.
Made from 1998 until 2005, the 996-generation Porsche 911 was a major leap forward for the iconic sports car. Gone was the air-cooled engine, replaced by a more modern water-cooled flat-six. Along with a number of other mechanical changes, the 996 received an all-new body shell for the first time in the car's long history. And now German tuning firm OK-Chiptuning has taken a 2002 model year 911 Turbo and given it even more power. It calls its creation the Manta Porsche.
Thanks to a number of modifications to the turbochargers, a larger fuel pump and a new pressure regulator, this 911 Turbo’s output was increased from 420 to 650 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of maximum torque. Other additions include a Sachs Performance clutch and a new exhaust system with 70mm tubes. There’s also a new KW coilover suspension. Exterior modifications include 19" power coated rims and a rear spoiler from TechArt. Perhaps the most obvious change done to the car is the wild tri-color body, courtesy of Cam Shaft Premium Wrapping.