• Modified 996 Turbo hits an incredible 1288 rear wheel horsepower on a dynojet - Most powerful 996 Turbo?

      Wow, quite simply, wow. Eye opening numbers to say the least from the 996 Turbo platform. 1288 rear wheel horsepower at 31 psi of boost on what is obviously a built motor sporting some nicely sized twin turbos. The numbers are uncorrected but absolutely incredible regardless. This is the highest output PorscheBoost has come across for a 996 Turbo which had a dynojet graph to back it up. Engine management is done with a Motec standalone.


      These numbers come on E85 and the current fuel system is maxed. With some injector upgrades the car likely has more in it. Other than that not too much else was revealed about the setup although the pictures below give some insight. Turbos are Precision 6262's. As soon as more is known PorscheBoost will update you. For now, just bow in respect.





















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      1. benzy89's Avatar
        benzy89 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
        But apparently everyone in NY doesn't like renting out their runway to a bunch of guys that just wanna go fast lol. So now we've been looking out of state.
        NY hates fun, look at wat Cuomo is doing. The People's Republic of NJ probably has too many laws or no airports that would do it at a reasonable price. PA (Pennsyltucky depending on far away from Philly you go) will prob be the best place
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
        I'm pretty sure he has a little bit more to go, last time we were at a dyno session he was around 70 or 80% duty cycle on his injectors.
        Fuel System thread: http://www.germanboost.com/showthrea...bo-to-1200-whp
      1. DefactoM6's Avatar
        DefactoM6 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
        I've looked through that list dozens of times lol

        Google the "County of Columbia Airport in Hudson, NY"

        1.01 mile long runway Click here to enlarge

        But apparently everyone in NY doesn't like renting out their runway to a bunch of guys that just wanna go fast lol. So now we've been looking out of state.
        You probably know this already, but airports with an FAA tower are a no-go. I think Bridgeport might be open to it...
      1. folgrz's Avatar
        folgrz -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DefactoM6 Click here to enlarge
        You probably know this already, but airports with an FAA tower are a no-go. I think Bridgeport might be open to it...
        There is an airport that the DFC (driving force club) guys used to rent out all the time. There was a restaurant that was in a building that was on the airport property.

        If you have any idea what airport I'm talking about I'd probably kiss you on the cheek, cause those DFC guys have done numerous runs at this airport and I cant seem to figure out which one it is.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
        If you have any idea what airport I'm talking about I'd probably kiss you on the cheek
        Now that's how you get answers on GermanBoost.
      1. DefactoM6's Avatar
        DefactoM6 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
        There is an airport that the DFC (driving force club) guys used to rent out all the time. There was a restaurant that was in a building that was on the airport property.

        If you have any idea what airport I'm talking about I'd probably kiss you on the cheek, cause those DFC guys have done numerous runs at this airport and I cant seem to figure out which one it is.
        @folgrz Kobelt Airport, Killwall, NY...pretty sure that's your answer.