Edo Competition Porsche Carrera GT
posted on: Dec 14, 2007 on category: Carrera GT

edo competition porsche carrera gt Edo Competition Porsche Carrera GT
Introduced at the Frankfurt International Motor Show two years ago, the Carrera GT was the undisputed highlight of the event. Today, Carrera GT owners have the opportunity to make this expensive and rare Porsche even more sporting and exclusive than it already is. This unbelievable excess of power and individuality is made by edo competition Motorsport

Specifications

Engine V10
Power 670 hp / (492kW) at 8,100 rpm
Max. torque 640 Nm (472 ft-lb) at 5,800 rpm

Performance

Top speed > 345 km/h (214 mph)
0 – 100 km/h (0 – 62 mph) est. 3.4 s

Features

Engine Stage 1 – Price:
Power increase to 670 hp/640 Nm (472 ft-lb), V-max > 345 km/h (214mph)
Modified intake system
High flow air filters
ECU recalibration
New header catalytic converters
New sports exhaust system with electronic programmable butterfly-valve control (available in 2
different sound levels). This cat-back performance exhaust system was developed on the dyno.
The result is a power increase of 19 kW (25 hp) and a 30 Nm (22 ft-lb) increase in torque. A deep sonorous tone and a weight reduction of 18 kg (40 lb) are additional benefits of this stainless steel exhaust system.
Vehicle will be tested on dynamometer.

Engine Stage 2
Power increase to 715 hp/660 Nm (487 ft-lb), V-max > 355 km/h (221 mph)
Modified intake system
High flow air filters
ECU recalibration
Modified cylinder heads
New exhaust headers
New header catalytic converters
New sports exhaust system with electronic programmable butterfly-valve control (available in 2 different sound levels). This cat-back performance exhaust system was developed on the dyno.
The result is a power increase of 19 kW (25 hp) and a 30 Nm (22 ft-lb) increase in torque. A deep sonorous tone and a weight reduction of 18 kg (40 lb) are additional benefits of this stainless steel exhaust system.
Vehicle will be tested on dynamometer.

Engine Stage 3
Power increase to 770 hp/690 Nm (509 ft-lb), V-max > 365 km/h (227 mph)
6.0 Ltr. engine block
4 new camshafts in exchange
10 new 6.0 Ltr. pistons
Modified intake system
High flow air filters
ECU recalibration
Modified cylinder heads
New exhaust headers
New header catalytic converters
New sports exhaust system with electronic programmable butterfly-valve control (available in 2 different sound levels). This cat-back performance exhaust system was developed on the dyno.
The result is a power increase of 19 kW (25 hp) and a 30 Nm (22 ft-lb) increase in torque. A deep sonorous tone and a weight reduction of 18 kg (40 lb) are additional benefits of this stainless steel exhaust system.
Vehicle will be tested on dynamometer

Suspension

The 3-way adjustable edo/KW Competition shock absorbers and sports suspension systems are designed for motorsports. For our 3-way adjustable shock absorbers we employ gas mono-tube shocks that are adjustable for compression and rebound (separate adjustments for low-/high- speed compression damping) and that feature a remote oil reservoir. The damping forces can be adjusted individually.
Optionally we offer an electro-hydraulic nose lift system.

Brakes

edo competition high-performance brake pad set for ceramic rotors

Wheels

New wheel design: Set of 18 in. forged wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup
Front: 265/35 18, Rear: 345/35 18, with polished stainless steel outer rims and forged high strength aluminium inner rims

Aerodynamics

Carbon-fiber rear wing profile produces downforce for increased stability

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Interior

Recaro leather sport seats, 6-point harnessesAll these modifications are performed at our headquarters in Ahlen/Germany only!

Comments

its looks like standart carrera gt

ehcsrop
December 19, 2007

Nice Automotive Zone…

Fae
February 19, 2009

I would sugest pirelli p zero corsa 255/35 19 front and 345/35 19 rear. These will provide more grip and higher top speed! Also the current wing is more than enough and will provide even higher top speeds and even more if you deactivate it!

Konstantinos
August 20, 2009

Or better Toyo R888 on OEM wheels with 265 30 19 and 315 30 20.

Konstantinos
November 4, 2009

I agree with the staggered wheel sizes, stocks are 265/35-19s up front and 335/30-20s in the rear. Awesome engineering!

Goldenboot14
August 9, 2010

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