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The Best Bolt on Performance Upgrades for Late Model Porsches
The Best Bolt on Performance Upgrades for Late Model Porsches

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We are excited to release our Winter Newsletter full of all things IPD and Porsche. Read it here for Free>> http://bit.ly/2zMHWlB
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After months of so-called “spy photos”, the worst kept vehicle secret in the automotive world has been officially launched. The latest Carrera (992) has been unveiled at the LA Auto Show and will be on display for public viewing this weekend. The car won’t be available until Summer of 2019 as 2020 models. S and 4S models will hit the streets first with Non-S and manual versions coming later. All 992 Carreras will share the same chassis which is 1.77” wider in front. The 991.2 3.0L engines remains relatively unchanged but intake systems and intercoolers have been upgraded. The car borrows many styling cues from the 993 era but underneath the new body are the most technologically advanced features found in any other previous Porsche. As always, IPD will be looking forward to getting up-close and personal with the new 992 Carrera.

Watch the video>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVmQ21Fcxwk
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Happy Thanksgiving from the IPD team. Our offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday but back to shipping on Monday. Be sure to check your inbox for Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals. Join our mailing list >> https://ipdplenums.com/newsletter-signup
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The American Methanol sponsored BBi Autosport built 997 GT2 claimed top honors in the German Car Shootout category at the recent Shift-S3ctor event held at the Coalinga Airport. This beast is putting down a massive 1200+ wheel HP that catapulted the GT2 to a winning 194+ mph top speed run. The engine is a complete ground up build by BBI and features 71/64 Tial turbos with Forced Performance wheels, BBI intercoolers, Syvec stand alone ECU for E85 and of course IPD Plenum and Turbo Y-Pipe. Congrats to BBI Autosport and all involved with claiming the German Car Shootout crown. 200 mph should be right around the corner.
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11/13/18
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The Rennsport Reunion hype has definitely subsided in recent weeks, but the amazing videos and images keep rolling in from the epic event. This video shows how some of the most iconic Porsches were choreographed and staged for the big “group photo” that has become a Rennsport trademark. Enjoy yet another RSVI video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVLIjdQL22w
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IPD featured on Velocity Network’s “CARFIX” 991 Turbo Project

The most recent episode of CARFIX features a 991.1 Turbo S project that receives a variety of performance upgrades including the IPD Plenum and Turbo Y-Pipe. The guys set out to build a 9 second Turbo S street car with only bolt on engine upgrades and software tuning. The upgrades include a full Fabspeed exhaust system, larger Lusso Motorsport intercoolers, bigger turbos and COBB Tuning. You can watch the full episode of this build on the Velocity Network. Click on the link below or find us on Season 7 Episode 11.

http://bit.ly/2JrVMgN
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The 996 GT3 is the last, and arguably best, pure driver’s Porsche of all-time. (Relax, I said “arguably”) This track focused machine is completely void of all driver’s aids and electronic interruptions allowing for a spiritual driver-vehicle connection that auto manufacturers are still striving to recreate today. But what elevates a visceral driving experience to the next level? That’s right! More power and torque!

When Porsche created the 996 GT3 Mk II in 04/05, the largest throttle body available in the Porsche parts bin was the 76mm designed to be utilized on the then new Cayenne Turbo. Unfortunately, this was less than ideal for maximizing engine output and Porsche realized that a larger TB would be required with the upcoming 997 GT3. The IPD “Y” designed Plenum combined with the larger 82mm TB deliver substantial gains across both power bands, which is no easy feat with this highly tuned engine. The IPD Plenum and 997 GT3 82mm TB deliver 24 wheel HP and 20 wheel torque with net gains being realized from 2600-7200 RPM where it is best utilized.

Drop us a line or an e-mail with any questions regarding your 996 GT3 Mk II. More product info >> http://bit.ly/2NZtdrV
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10/23/18
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Here’s another much anticipated head-to-head battle between a couple of the current heavy weight 700+ horsepower champions, the Corvette ZR1 and the Porsche GT2 RS. This Motor Trend article is written by Randy Pobst who provides real insight and feedback into the driving experience of these powerful and wicked machines. Randy discusses the pros and cons of both cars as well as discussing the evolution of both models over recent years. Spoiler Alert… The GT2 RS delivers an impressive performance against the formidable ZR1.

Stay tuned for more details on the IPD Plenum and Turbo Y-Pipe for the already potent GT2 RS in future posts.

https://www.motortrend.com/cars/porsche/911/2018/2019-chevrolet-corvette-zr1-vs-2018-porsche-911-gt2-rs-comparison-power-down/
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Thanks again to Porsche and to all who attended Rennsport VI. This was without a doubt, the greatest collection of historical Porsches ever assembled and the perfect venue to celebrate the marque’s 70th anniversary as an auto manufacturer. IPD was once again, proud to be a vendor at this historical event. It is always a pleasure meeting our customers and dealers face-to-face and discussing Porsche performance, especially while iconic Porsches and drivers lap the famed Laguna Seca circuit. Thanks again to all who stopped by the IPD booth and making this celebration such a huge success. Looking forward to seeing everyone again in 2023. If you missed Rennsport VI, here is a short video that should provide a glimpse into the amazing atmosphere during the weekend.
https://youtu.be/py1wTmZwEs8
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