Find out what engineers at Australian firm RENM have created for the 997 Turbo. How about a 3.1 second 0-100 km/h burn? Impressive, right?
RENM, a tuning firm in Melbourne, Australia, have revealed their set of modifications to boost power on the Porsche 997 Turbo. Their full package reduces the car's 0-100 km/h sprint time to 3.1 seconds, with the car able to maintain a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph).
Called the RM580, the kit includes engine tuning to increase output by 16 percent. The car's engine now kicks out 580 PS (426 kW) and up to 800 Nm, a 23 percent maximum torque increase. RENM did not reveal the specific upgrades under the hood.
They did get more specific in describing the new adjustable stainless steel exhaust, which lets the driver control performance and sound. Several different suspensions are available with the RM580, depending on the individual customer's needs. Inside, a new steering wheel is available, as well as carbon fiber trim elements. Rounding out the package is a set of three-piece forged wheels.
Pricing for the RENM Porsche 997 Turbo RM580 was not released.