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Old 07-29-2007, 01:11 PM
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Sportec SP580 (997)

Sportec SP580 auf Basis 997 Turbo#1
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Old 07-29-2007, 01:18 PM
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Looks nice, any info?
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Old 07-29-2007, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by The_Canuck View Post
Looks nice, any info?
It doesn't look nice. More like a bit awful.

Perhaps it has 580bhp...
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Old 07-29-2007, 02:40 PM
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Perhaps it has 580bhp...
it does; that's how sportec names their models... creative eh
12 cylinders or walk!
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Old 07-29-2007, 04:27 PM
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*The Canuck*......here is some info on the modifications if thats what you would like to know?

Front spoiler lip and rear wing
The Sportec models‘ aerodynamics were not only conceived for the sake of aesthetics, but rather serve an importante function: The car gains additional driving safety. Especially at speeds over 100 km/h, the optional Sportec Front apron increase the intake pressure acting on the front wheels and thus provides the car with additional track stability.
The conglomeration of Sportec’s know-how, experience and manpower is entirely dedicated to the creation of the ultimate driving experience. However, there is something more important to us than your driving pleasure: We want you to arrive safely. Three main components constitute the pillars of our safety package: the reinforcements to engine, brakes and chassis. The enormous acceleration torque of each Sportec derivative is already in itself an increase in safety: By quickening the overtaking process, it reduces the risks. Naturally, the gained speed resources call for an evenly matched braking management, and thus each of our high-performance braking systems works with at least six pistons while the brake discs have diameters ranging from 350mm to 380mm. Their special perforation assures an ideal ventilation of the braking system. The modified chassis, with its adjusted springs and shock absorbers, guarantees a somnambulistic track stability: Even at extreme speeds, your car seems to run on tracks and can easily be kept under control.
Engine conversion
Striving for perfection requires hard work. It calls for a will that will never be content with a good result, unless it is the best one. This is the will that makes a top athlete a world champion of his class. It will take the winner to the very top of the medallists’ podium and spare him the thankless second place. Since 1997, Swiss tuner Sportec focussed on the vehicle range of the traditional makes Audi, VW and Porsche. Shortly after the foundation of the company, the experts from Hori concentrated on the modification and improvement of turbochargers. In the course of time, Sportec equally acquired the mastery of electronics, engine mechanics, exhaust optimisation and design. Step by step, the entire territory of higher vehicle customisation was conquered with the help of competent personnel and state-of-the-art working methods. A gain in elegance and power – without the slightest loss in comfort and road capability. A concentration of good vibrations all around the automobile. The engine, optimised by means of our own turbochargers, constitutes each vehicle’s central dynamic element. As a matter of course, all components involved are redesigned in order to meet the new requirements of this gain in performance – a decisive factor to guarantee long durability and unspoiled pleasure.

Engine conversion stage 1
* Performance optimizing by ECU reprogramming, Sport air filter
* Max. Performance: 359 KW ( 530 PS) @ 6300 RPM
* Max. Torque: 720 NM @ 2900 RPM
* Max. Speed: approx. 328 km/h
* Max. Acceleration: approx. 3.6 Seconds 0-100 km/h
Engine conversion stage 2
* Performance optimizing by ECU reprogramming High performance exhaust system with high-fl ow catalytic converters. Sound throttles incl. controller 4 x o70mm endpipes
* Sport air filter
* Max. Performance: 404 KW ( 550 PS) @ 6100 RPM
* Max. Torque: 740 NM @ 2700 RPM
* Max. Speed: approx. 331 km/h
* Max. Acceleration: approx. 3.5 Seconds 0-100 km/h
Engine conversion stage 3
* Performance optimizing by ECU reprogramming,
* Sportec Turbochargers
* Sportec High performance exhaust system with highflow catalytic converters, sound throttles incl. controller and 4x o70mm endpipes
* Sport air filter
* Sportclutch
* Max. Performance: 426 KW ( 580 PS) @ 6700 RPM
* Max. Torque: 765 NM @ 3000 RPM
* Max. Speed: approx. 338 km/h
* Max. Acceleration: approx. 3.4 Seconds 0-100 km/h
Exhaust system
Sportec exhaust systems lend a unique sound pleasure to your vehicle!
* Stainless Exhaust System
* Up to 30HP of increased performance.
* Sport catalytic converters, OBD suitably.
* Soundfl aps with control.
* 4x o70mm Endpips with Sportec logo
Suspension springs
Sportec‘s sports suspension springs are so conceived that they are fully combinable with functioning standard shock absorbers and lend to the vehicle clearly improved optics. Besides, the progressive springcharacteristic provides for well-balanced ride comfort with sportily sure driving dynamism!

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Old 07-29-2007, 04:34 PM
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and yeah...I may have missed the 580...
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Old 07-29-2007, 04:51 PM
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Lookin' good! For some reason I love and hate those rims at the same time.
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Old 07-29-2007, 07:30 PM
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I think it looks rather nice, not overdone like others I've seen.
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Old 07-30-2007, 02:00 PM
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Nice car, ive always been a fan of Sportec. And you love those rims, just on another car, lol...
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