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Fastest Porsche 911: Sportec SPR1

On the Geneva motorshow Porsche is displaying both the brandnew GT3 and the new 911 Turbo.
Shame that a little bit further down the hall they are being overshadowed by a new 911 that's faster than their own.

It's called the Sportec SPR1.
It does the 0-100 km/h sprint in an incredible 3.0 seconds flat!!
Thats 0.9 seconds faster than the 911 Turbo and 1.3 seconds quicker than the GT3.

8.6 seconds is all it takes to reach 200 km/n (120mp/h)

Thats where the new 911 Turbo "loses", that needs 12.3 seconds to get to the same speed.

And finally, the Sportec reaches 300km/h in 18.9 seconds!
Also on topspeed does Sportec beat Porshe. Porsche's 911's stop around 310 km/h. The Sportec is reported to reach 380 km/h !!

To get 802hp and 880nm out of the 3.6 liter 6 cylinder they have modified and reinforced just about everything. Offcourse the brakes and suspension were heavily tuned aswell.

The only area where Porsche wins is availability. Porsches can be bought unlimitedly, while Sportec for now will only build 10 of these monsters









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Tuner plans 800hp Porsche 911


Sportec at the Geneva Motor Show will unveil the 2007 Sportec SPR1. It features an inline engine with more than 800hp. The coupe sprints to 100km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds, to 200km/h (124 mph) in 8.7 seconds and is capable of a top speed above 380km/h (237 mph). Specially manufactured drive components and axles safely transfer the power to the road. The electrically adjustable high-performance chassis adapts itself to a variety of modes at the push of a button. The negative acceleration corresponds to a stopping distance shorter than 36 metres from a speed of 100km/h.

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Essence of a Swiss Supersportscar

It is Sportec's professed aim to provide people with a very special kind of mobility. In order to reach this goal, they make use of all their experience and any types of technology – to define new limits of what is possible. Here in Geneva, Sportec is able to present you the essence of all their efforts, a world première: the Sportec SPR1.
A classic sports car design committed to functionality and being full of emotions constitutes the framework for innovative technologies.

The sports car’s heart is situated inside the rear end: A flat engine featuring more than 800hp. This power allows performance ratings high above the possibilities of comparable sports cars. Thus, the coupé sprints to 100km/h in 3.0 seconds, to 200km/h in 8.7 seconds and is capable of a top speed far above 380km/h.

Specially manufactured drive components and axles transfer the existing force surely to the road surface. The electrically adjustable high-performance chassis adapts itself to any requirements at the push of a button. Thereby, the driver benefits from a high degree of safety at high speeds and may enjoy convenient travelling during short or long trips. Beneath the ultra-light and classy forged rims of the classic Sportec design, a luxuriously dimensioned brake system is waiting for the customer. The negative acceleration corresponds to a stopping distance shorter than 36 metres after a speed of 100km/h.

Inside, the customer finds a clear sports car design according to the highest quality of manufacturing and material. The furnishing will be tailored entirely to the wishes of the customer who will benefit from the advice of specially trained consultants while making his choice.

The variety of possible combinations and the strict limitation to ten vehicles make each SPR1 a unique specimen. This guarantees the highest degree of exclusiveness. The SPR1 – Sportec's commitment to the desire of reaching the unreachable ideal and of achieving the maximum possible in favour their customers.
General techical data

Engine T 70

Enginetype: 6 cylinder boxer engine

Displacement: 3600 cm3

Bore / stroke: 100 x 76.4 mm

Compression ratio: 9.2 : 1

Max power (EWG): 515 kW (700 hp) bei 7200 rpm

Max torque: 810 Nm bei 4800 rpm

Boost pressure: 220 kPa - overboost 230 kPa

Engine management: Bosch ME 7.8 / SPORTEC MFC G3.0

Fuel quality: 98 ROZ unleaded

Idle speed: 800 rpm

Max engine speed: 7350 rpm

Emissions standard: Euro 4

Engine T 80

Enginetype: 6 cylinder boxer engine

Displacement: 3600 cm3

Bore / stroke: 100 x 76.4 mm

Compression ratio: 9.0 : 1

Max power (EWG): 590 kW (802 hp) at 8200 rpm

Max torque: 880 Nm at 4800 rpm

Boost pressure: 225 kPa - overboost 235 kPa

Engine management: Bosch ME 7.8 / SPORTEC MFC G4.0

Fuel quality: 98 ROZ unleaded

Idle speed: 850 rpm

Max engine speed 1: 1th gear 8700 rpm

Max engine speed 2: 2th - 5 th gear 8500 rpm

Max engine speed 3:6th gear 8300 rpm

Emissions standard: Euro 4

Power transmisson:

gear ratios:
1. gear 3,82
2. gear 2,05
3. gear 1,41
4. gear 1,12
5. gear 0,92
6. gear 0,75
reverse gear 2,86
final drive ratio: 3,44
speed at 1000 rpm in 6th gear: 49.5 km/h
clutch disc diameter: 240 mm

Chassis


* front axle front axle with light alloy links and McPherson struts, Unibal supported rear axle rear axle multilink suspension, Unibal supported steering electro power steering

*steering ratio 1:16.9

*steering from lock to lock 2,98

*brakes front 8-piston light alloy caliper

*rear 4-piston light alloy caliper

*brake discs front drilled steel disc 380 x 34 mm

*rear drilled steel disc 322 x 28 mm

*wheels front 9Jx20“ offset 30

*rear 12.5Jx20“ offset 40

*tires:
1)front 255/30 R20 92Y XL
2)rear 345/25 R20 100Y

Weights

*T 70: curb weight DIN (depend on equipment) 1360 kg

*T 80: curb weight DIN (depend on equipment) 1345 kg

*weight ratio front / rear 40% : 60%

*gross weight 1700 kg

*limited weight front axle 730 kg

*limited weight rear axle 1110 kg

*tank capacity: 64l

Dimensions

*length 4467 mm

*width 1878 mm

*height 1275 mm

*wheelbase 2350 mm

*track:
1) front 1550 mm
2) rear 1564 mm

Performance T70 (depend on equipment)

*Max speed (depend on equipment) 364km/h

*acceleration 0 - 100 km/h 3.2 s

*acceleration 0 - 200 km/h 9.5 s

*acceleration 0 - 300 km/h 21.1 s

*power / weight ratio 1.94 kg/hp - 2.64 kg/kW

*power / litre 194 hp/l - 143kW/l

Consumption

*urban: 17.6l

*exurban: 9.3l

*overall: 13.7l

*CO2-emissons: 302g

Performance T80 (depend on equipment)

*Max speed (depend on equipment) > 380km/h

*acceleration 0 - 100 km/h 3.0 s

*acceleration 0 - 200 km/h 8.6 s

*acceleration 0 - 300 km/h 18.9 s

*power / weight ratio 1.68 kg/hp - 2.28 kg/kW

*power / litre 223 hp/l - 164kW/l

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