Presented in Arctic Silver Metallic over a black full leather interior, this 2004 Porsche 996 Turbo has received an engine-out performance overhaul including a rear-wheel-drive conversion, rebuilt 6-speed manual transmission, a titanium exhaust, billet K26 hybrid turbos, handmade intercoolers, and Markski Tuning for 600 HP on pump gas. It also received a 997 big brake kit, 997-style mirrors and taillights, lightweight GT2-style racing seats, an integrated K40 radar detector, Bilstein Sport Shocks, Eibach sway bars, pinned/welded coolant lines, and much more. A true driver's car, this 996 Turbo is now being offered by its owner out of Texas showing approximately 75k miles on the odometer.
This Turbo comes finished in Arctic Silver Metallic and features custom painted lower bodywork and chin spoiler, paint-matched headlight washers, clear side marker lenses, 997-style mirrors, and 997-style taillights. The rear bumperettes have been eliminated and the seller describes the finish to be in good overall condition with minor imperfections from road-going wear. The brake calipers have been refinished in yellow and the car rides on a set of aftermarket 19” Champion Motorsports wheels. Additional images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
The black full leather interior is highlighted by factory exclusive seatbelts in Speed Yellow as well as aluminum instrument dials, aluminum inlays for the shifter and brake handles, and metal door sills with model insignias. Additions include Champion Motorsports floor mats and billet pedals, lightweight GT2-style carbon fiber racing seats, and an integrated K40 radar detector system.
The twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter Mezger flat-six engine has received a Markski tune with upgraded billet K16 hybrid turbos, handmade 4.5” intercoolers, and a handheld tuning device. Other upgrades include new 1100 ID fuel injectors, AMS wastegates, billet diverter valves, Torque Solution motor mounts, 68mm IPD plenum, aftermarket boost hoses, NHP headers, and a Top Speed titanium exhaust system. The engine has also been fortified with pinned/welded coolant pipes, a new heater core, ignition coils, a new water pump, fuel filter, and a new high-cell battery.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a custom-built 6-speed manual gearbox with a new clutch and GT2 slave cylinder conversion. Stopping power has been improved with a 997 big brake kit including slotted and drilled rotors, stainless steel lines, and new high-performance pads installed within the last 2k miles. The suspension has been fitted with Bilstein Sport Shocks, lowering springs, Eibach sway bars, Powerflex bushings, and adjustable rear control arms. In all, the seller reports nearly $30k worth of recent service and upgrades completed at Driver Source Houston.
This sale will include a clean title and corresponding invoices.