What does C2S stand for Porsche?

What does C2S stand for Porsche?

The C2S was rear wheel drive with the Carrera 2 drive train and brakes etc. The C4S had the Turbo set up with 4 wheel drive, turbo brakes etc. That’s what an “S” is.

Is the 997 turbo reliable?

If all the above has been done then you’ll have a very reliable car, which as you say is not an expensive car to own or run, servicing is every 2 years and a major every 4 years….

Model Stock
Carrera SC : 1977-1983 0
930 Turbo : 1975-1989 1
Early 911 : 1964-1977 1
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Is 997 turbo a supercar?

Porsche’s 997 Turbo Is The Best Bargain Supercar Right Now.

What year is 997 turbo?

997 Turbo S – built from 2010-2012 all with PDK transmissions. GT3RS 4.0 – The last ‘Mezger’ engine with 500bhp. Only 600 built. 997 GT2 RS – Only 500 built.

What is the difference between Carrera and Carrera S?

Carrera. The base 911 is known as the Carrera, with the model’s signature rear-engined, rear-wheel drive formula. The Carrera S adds a wider stance and more power. The quad exhaust pipes that most S models have are a key differentiator from the standard Carrera, which has dual exhausts.

What is the difference between Carrera S and 4S?

Here’s what got us: Stepping up from a 911 Carrera S to the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4S costs $7300. That extra outlay buys you all-wheel drive and, well, that’s it. There is no standard-equipment difference between the S and the 4S beyond the all-wheel-drive hardware and a gas tank that holds an extra 0.7 gallon.

Does the 997 Turbo have IMS issues?

Porsche has been at the center of a recent controversy due to IMS (intermediate shaft) bearing failure in some 997 production cars, but recent data shows that there may not be as many problems as initially thought.

How fast is a 997 Turbo?


Engine Flat-six, 3600cc, 24v, turbo
Max torque 546lb ft @ 3620rpm
0-60 3.7sec
Top speed 200mph (claimed)
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Was there a 997.1 Turbo S?

The 997.1 Turbo Coupé was offered between June 2006 until the end of 2008. The cabriolet didn’t join the lineup until September 2007. Transmission wise, a six-speed manual and the automatic five-speed Tiptronic S were offered.

How many Porsche 997 Turbos were made?

Production numbers for the 997.1 Turbo coupé are at 15,626, with 6.099 cabrios. The 997.2 Turbo coupé was built 3,301 times, the cabriolet 1,752 times. The Turbo S coupé was sold 3,095 times, the cabriolet 2,055 times. So the 997 Turbo (S) remains more exclusive than the 997 Carreras.

What’s the difference between a 911 Turbo and a Turbo S?

Although both share a rear-mounted flat-six engine, there are some major differences in the character of the two. The 911 Turbo is powered by a 3.7-liter twin-turbo flat-six that produces 572 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque in Turbo trim or 640 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque in Turbo S form.

Which Porsche is top of the range?

Porsche 911 Turbo S
Porsche presents the new-generation 911 Turbo S for unprecedented power, driving dynamics and comfort. The new range-topping 911 is being launched as a Coupé and Cabriolet.

What’s the difference between a 911 Turbo and a turbo S?

What year did Porsche fix IMS?

Porsche upgraded the IMS along with the design of the IMS bearings on 2007 model year cars onwards. For the Porsche engines fitted from 1998 to 2006/07, there have been many aftermarket solutions to address the issue We have fitted and assessed many of these solutions.

Are 997 values increasing?

Like many modern, second-hand 911s, prices of the 997 base models have been falling ever since they left an OPC forecourt. However, the depreciation on both Gen1 and Gen2 variants is slowing up, so we went to two 911 specialists to find out how low 997 Carrera prices are expected to go.

What’s the difference between the Porsche 997 and the 997 Turbo?

To the untrained eye, the fact that the new 911 is wider and the headlights are more oval from older 911 models might be easy to overlook. Figure 1. Porsche 997. The Turbo variant, appeared a couple of years into the 997’s production. Large intakes give the more powerful Porsche away, as does its performance numbers.

What is the difference between Porsche Turbo and Turbo S?

Both cars will offer you the Porsche experience, the largest factor in choosing a Turbo or Turbo S, is that the Turbo S models costing is in excess of around $15,000 over the standard Turbo.

Should I upgrade to a 996 Turbo?

However, the 996 turbo has an amazing motor and performance. Small upgrades will go a long way, and prices are low compared to the car you get. I would go 996 turbo,” says 177Mph. Though the 996 does have a couple of fans, the answer seems clear.

What kind of headlights does a Porsche 997 have?

Bi-xenon headlights were standard for the second gen 997. For an additional charge, there were even cornering lights. At the rear, LEDs were used in the taillights, turn signals and so on. The styling element of the continuous light band, last used on the 996 Carrera 4S, was also back.