Porsche 997 Turbo Custom Wheels.
Porsche 997 Turbo Custom Wheels handle up to 1500 horsepower!
Porsche 997 Turbo Custom Wheels with the LOMA TrackSpec® Technology. What scenery! The mighty Porsche 997 Turbo at the film set of the Film EXODUS in the desert of Almeria, Spain. Porsche 997 Turbo Custom Wheels will make you proud wearing them on your Porsche 911 Turbo all day, every day. A modern German sports-car is surrounded by thousands of years old buildings. We couldn't resist but organize a photoshoot, and the results are just mental. Scorpions are passing by and 48 degrees. Celsius made it a real challenge.
The custom forged concave wheels called LOMA GTC-Superlight measure 20 × 9,0 on and 255/30/20 Michelin Sport Cup on the front and 20 × 12,0 315/25/20 Michelin Sport Cup tires and a deep concave profile on the rear. We have replaced the factory suspension from Porsche with a set of Bilstein coil-overs because the electronically regulated dampers are far away from being good. In quiet mode, they are much too soft for sportive driving, and when you press the sport button, and the dampers stiffen up, you think you will lose your tires when you drive on bumpy roads. The Bilstein suspension is a world better and worth every Cent. Ensure you also visit our Porsche Taycan custom wheels post as these beauties are maybe your favorites.
The Turbo's never been supposed to look like Stuttgart's gun for hire. That sort of hard bastard-meets-junkyard dog vibe is left to the likes of the GT3 and the GT2. Subtle, restrained styling with design nuances that only the knowledgeable will catch has been the hallmark of the 911 for the more discerning. It's a model that appeals to Porsche's customer barometer's top end. Yup, they've been coming thick and fast, but none faster than this - the eagerly anticipated, four-wheel-drive Turbo version. It's the most advanced, refined, and rapid 911 Turbo in that model's 32-year history. In Tiptronic automatic form, it takes 3.7sec to warp to 62mph - that's quicker than the Carrera GT supercar. And it doesn't stop there. Keep the throttle pinned, and 124mph (200kph) appears in just 12.2secs before physics takes hold and it hits v-max at 192mph. This car isn't just quick, it's sensational. It has a new turbocharged engine with variable-geometry turbos that make 473 horsepower and 502 pound-feet of torque—58 horses and 87 pound-feet more than the last one. There's also a new four-wheel-drive system with electronic control over the way torque is distributed among the four wheels. And thanks to the use of aluminum in critical locations, it's about 90 pounds lighter than the 996 Turbo. Aluminum doors alone save 31 pounds. Detail changes include a unique front spoiler and a rear one that's a two-stage affair, as it is with the 996 Turbo. The new lower rear bodywork matches the special Turbo exhaust pipes. The drag coefficient is 0.31. The Turbo body generates virtually no lift in the front and a little downforce in the rear when the spoiler is extended.