• Jul 12, 2007
Click the image above for a gallery of the SpeedART BTR-XL 550.

SpeedART has already released it's aero-enhanced modifications for the 997 Porsche Turbo in the form of the "Bi-Turbo Racer" kit, but where there's more money to be had, a German tuner is more than happy to oblige.

The "BTR-XL" package ups the ante by adding an adjustable front chin spoiler, adjustable rear wing, revised air intakes, a rear diffuser and a set of side skirts, all in an effort to increase down force at speed. All the parts can either be had painted to match the exterior hue or left with the tell-tale weave of carbon fiber, assuring that anyone within eye-shot is aware that you've got more money than you know what to do with.

New 20-inch rolling stock fill the wheel wells and cover a sports suspension and brake package, while a sport exhaust, with a "sound switch" and some ECU tuning increase output to 550 HP.

Naturally, the interior gets a bit more trick, with the addition of new a steering wheel, short shifter and sport seats, as well as something SpeedART defines as "etc." Etcetera it is – all of it.

[Source: SpeedART]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      You know, every once and awhile it might be interesting to see Gemballa, or TechART, SpeedART, 9ff, RUF, etc... tune some other VAG auto besides Porsches. Just for some variety...
        • 7 Years Ago
        Why bother with the fodder when you have the leader at your disposal? They specialize in Porsches, and by specializing they have become quite good at what they do.