Supercar tuning company Litchfield has unveiled their new program for the 991-generation Porsche 911 Turbo S, which not only adds power, but also strips the car of some unneeded weight and delivers more responsive handling, the company says.
Litchfield’s new titanium exhaust system for the 911 Turbo S is the centrepiece of the tuning program. The unit was designed and hand-finished in house by Litchfield technicians and is 16 kg lighter than the stock exhaust system. It also adds an extra 45 horsepower and 36 lb-ft of torque.
Further enhancing the performance is a Cobb Accessport software system that allows Litchfield engineers to perfectly tune the 911’s twin-turbocharged flat-six engine. Other performance upgrades include Litchfield’s own spring upgrade kit and lightweight HRE Centre Lock wheels shod in super-sticky Michelin Cup 2 tires.
Litchfield says its tuning package makes the 991 Porsche 911 Turbo S “faster, smoother, crisper, louder, more visceral in every regard,” while not taking away from the Porsche character that so many fans of the brand seek. The company is currently working on a revised intercooler system for the rear-engined supercar, so if its more power your looking for, be sure to keep an eye on Litchfield in coming months.