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993 Twin Turbo Upgrade Advice

My friend is rich... has a 996TT and just bought a 97 993TT
and he wants to street/track modify the car, mostly track ;-)

The car's currently stock and he wants to know what mods he can do to upgrade the car.

Any advice / links / etc., would be appreciated!
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It is a very heavy car for the track. Have got to look into taking some weight off. Good luck.
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He plans to gut it... (darn shame in my opinion)
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Check out Rennlist in the 993 turbo section and find a post by Kevin. He sells a hybrid turbo package that a lot of guys on that board have gone to with great success.
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Re: 993 Twin Turbo Upgrade Advice

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My friend is rich... has a 996TT and just bought a 97 993TT
and he wants to street/track modify the car, mostly track ;-)

The car's currently stock and he wants to know what mods he can do to upgrade the car.

Any advice / links / etc., would be appreciated!
This car started out as a bone stock 993TT a few years back and has morphed into arguably the fastest GT1 car in California if not the whole West Coast. Car runs 1:35's at Cal Speedway (blazingly fast) and 1:18's at Willow Springs (also blazingly fast).







It makes 680+ whp on a Dynojet and those that run in local POC, PCA & NASA can verify this car's brutal speed. Unfortunately (and as you probably have determined by now), this car is no longer streetable.

Tell your friend to open his checkbook for a similar car to this.

www.visionmotorsports.com

ANDIAL has built a really nice (and stealth) 993TT for Jim Brady, a longtime customer who had one of the fastest 951's in the country for a time in the early-mid 90's. This car sees doubleduty and is very, very fast for what it is.

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He's worth about $30 million so I guess I'll be giving them a call for a project in South Korea! Thank you very much.
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