Porsche Used 911 Reviews – Features And Specifications

If you’re looking for a sports car that can be fun to drive and isn’t very expensive, consider purchasing a Porsche used 911. These cars are top-rated among car enthusiasts. They’re relatively inexpensive and are made from high-quality materials. They’re also highly reliable, making them a perfect investment vehicle.

Engine specifications

Porsche has used 911 engine specifications to power many models, from the original 911 to the Turbo. While these engines have been refined and upgraded over the decades, some of the most significant changes were made in the late 1970s.

One of the first significant changes was the addition of dual overhead camshafts. This allowed the engine to be tuned for both high rpm power and low rpm torque. Another improvement was the use of a finned oil cooler.

The following significant change was the introduction of the 911E. This model introduced Bosch fuel injection. It also gained a new 2.2-litre flat-six engine.

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In the U.S., the 911S is still sold. This engine has a rated output of 164 lb-ft of torque. It also uses Bosch K-Jetronic electronic fuel injection.

The 911S also has a rear spoiler. This feature was designed to give the car better acceleration. It also includes a vacuum-controlled switching flap in the back to help cool the engine.

The 911SC followed the 911S. This coupe has a resonance intake manifold. It also features six vacuum-controlled switching flaps to aid cooling.

The 911S also has a 2.7-litre engine. Its power is rated at 175 horsepower. It has an added boost pressure of 2.2 psi to add more torque. This version is also homologated. It features a stainless steel-clad roll bar. It also has a clear lens front and rear indicator lights.

Coil over suspension

Porsche 911 Coilover suspension is an excellent option for drivers who want a better grip on the road and more direct handling. It also provides more control over the ride height. This allows for more fine-tuning of the suspension settings, which is essential for maximising performance. 

Porsche coil overs are available in various spring rates and dampers. Typically, the lower the car, the faster it reacts to steering commands. This results in a better balance between driving dynamics and comfort.

The BILSTEIN EVO SE is a plug & play Coilover suspension for the Porsche 992 model. It can be adjusted to your preference and is suitable for use on the road and the track. The shock absorber uses fast-switching adjustment valves that allow for continuous adjustment.

The KW DDC ECU coil-over suspension system is made in Germany and features electronically adjustable dampers and ride height adjustability. This Coilover suspension is also compatible with the Porsche 992 PASM.

The coilovers are threaded to provide spring preload adjustments. This is important because coil overs are designed for a specific ride height. With the correct height set, the chassis can perform at its best.

Air suspension kit

A good air suspension kit for the Porsche 911 will help keep your ride in tip-top shape. The best part is that they are easy to install and require very little time in the garage.

Air suspension kits for Porsche 911 have a wide variety of options. You’ll find ones with adjustable shocks, monotubes, and more. These products have been on the market for a long time and are built to last. The trick is finding the right combination of parts to give you the performance you deserve.

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A sound air management system is the most critical component of any air suspension system. This allows you to control the air in your vehicle and how much it weighs. This is a big deal on cars with a heavy load, so ensure you get the right one. A sound system will also allow you to get the air you need when you need it.

An excellent example of a top-of-the-line is an Airtech Executive air suspension system. This system raises your vehicle by 4 to 7 seconds and is packed with features such as a lightweight 5-gallon air tank, a Viair 444c compressor, and a colour screen wireless remote.


A turbocharged engine produces more power and torque than a naturally aspirated one. It’s also more efficient.

Porsche has improved its 911 models with several upgrades, including a new all-wheel-drive system and a redesigned front bumper. It also introduced a reshaped tailpipe, a 360mm sports steering wheel, a rear deck lid, and 20-inch wheels.

The new Porsche 911 is the fastest production car on the road. The 3.6-litre flat six has been enhanced with twin-turbocharging and a seven-speed PDK automatic transmission. The resulting 540 horsepower and 523 lb-ft of torque make it the most potent road car on the market.

The updated 911 Turbo Coupe has a 205 mph top speed and can hit 100 miles per hour in just 3.0 seconds. It’s also the only production car to offer a sliding sunroof and an active rear spoiler.

The new turbocharged engines increase power output by 20 horses. They also improve fuel economy, albeit a little bit.

The new Porsche 911 also has a more advanced chassis and suspension. The new rest includes an all-wheel-drive option and a front axle lift system. It also has a better-looking windscreen and a new four-point brake light.

All-wheel drive

Porsche 911 RS America was produced to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1973 Carrera RS. The R.S. was one of the first 911 models to use the all-wheel drive and a significant breakthrough in the evolution of the iconic Porsche model.

The R.S. was initially intended to be a one-year-only model. The design was based on the 962 Carrera 2 Coupe, but it was built in the U.S. The 964 Carrera RS America was available in standard colours and two extra-cost metallic shades.

For the 1993 model year, 701 RS Americas were built. These cars were assembled over two years. The interior of the RSA was finished in leather, with a signature “R.S.” style door pull. The exterior was fitted with a “whale tail” spoiler and 17-inch wheels. These cars also included a rear deck lid emblem.

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The R.S. America was sold for $54,000, $10,000 less than the standard Carrera 2. It was available with the option of a sunroof, LSD and air conditioning, all for additional costs. However, R.S. The Americas had no cruise control. Power steering and side mirrors were removed to save weight.

The R.S. America was fitted with an M030 sports suspension package, including the 911 C2 Turbo running gear. It had a 22mm front anti-roll bar and uprated shock absorbers. Compared to the standard Carrera, the R.S. was almost 80 pounds lighter. The R.S. was also slightly detuned to meet DOT regulations.

Commemorative edition

The 911 Carrera 3.2 Cabriolet is a rare Commemorative Edition open-top modern classic sports car. It was built to celebrate Porsche’s 250,000th 911. The 3.2 model has a 3.2-litre air-cooled flat-six engine and a five-speed manual gearbox. It was delivered to Canada, Ontario, and the U.S. in 2010 with a unique colour scheme and cosmetic enhancements.

The Commemorative Edition is equipped with a specialised dash badge, a short-throw gear lever, a raised steering wheel hub, a silver-blue silk velour carpet, a newer Porsche CR-220 radio, and upgraded J.L. speakers. It also features a mechanical rear axle differential, a SportDesign front apron, and a double-dome roof.

The exterior paint colour is a diamond blue metallic. Interior options include a Silver Blue leather-trimmed interior and painted Fuchs wheels. The 3.2 Carrera 3.2 ‘Commemorative Edition’ was available with a G50 five-speed gearbox and Bilstein sport suspension. The ride height was lowered for improved handling and responsiveness.

There were only 30 coupes and 10 Targas in the Commemorative Edition, which were sold in Germany and the U.S. They were priced at over PS40,000, and a special Porsche Certificate of Authenticity accompanied each.

The car comes with a complete history file. It was initially registered in January 1988. It has been maintained in excellent condition and shows just over 53k miles from the new.

911 GT2

The Porsche 911 GT2 is the last of the air-cooled 911s, a mighty machine that is more than just a show car. It is a real racer that is stable in straight lines and has a permanent desire to dive into the next corner.

The Porsche 911 GT2 is a rare and sought-after modern classic. It is an excellent addition to any collector’s collection. It is a true icon of the air-cooled 911s and is a must-have for any Porsche enthusiast.

The 911 GT2 is powered by the same 3.6-litre, the twin-turbocharged flat-six engine used in the 993 Turbo. It produces 430 horsepower and 432 lb-ft of torque. It is coupled to a six-speed manual transmission and drives the rear wheels through a limited-slip differential.

The GT2’s bodywork features a vast, fixed rear wing and fibreglass wheel arch extensions. It also has race-style tires and an upright windshield. Despite its extreme weight and aerodynamics, the 911 GT2 has a quiet, solid powertrain. It can reach 60 mph in less than four seconds and attain a top speed of 187 mph.

The Porsche GT2 is available in an extremely rare Arctic Silver Metallic. It was imported from Japan and shipped to one owner in the United States.

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