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All 3.4 liter cars are 300 HP (non X51 cars from the factory). 3.6 liter cars are 320 HP (non X51 cars from the factory).

Add roughly plus 20 HP for any X51 car.

Thought the 1999 3.4 were 296 HP and the 2000 and 2001 were 300HP excluding X51???

1999 Performance

Acceleration (0-60 mph): 4.8 sec. Braking Distance (60-0 mph): 122 ft.

Road Holding Index: .92 g Base Number of Cylinders: 6

Base Engine Size: 3.4 liters Base Engine Type: Horizontally Opposed

Horsepower: 296 hp Max Horsepower: 6800 rpm

Torque: 258 ft-lbs. Max Torque: 4600 rpm

Drive Type: RWD Turning Circle: 34.8 ft.

Specifications:

Model Year: 2000

Make: Porsche

Model: 911

Style: Carrera 4 Coupe

Base Price: $71,020

Price as Tested: $75,570

Drive Type: All-wheel drive

Transmission Type: 6-speed manual

Displacement (liters): 3.4

Engine Type: 6 cylinder fuel injection

Valve Train: 4 valves per cylinder

Horsepower (hp @ rpm): 300@6,800

Torque (lb-feet @ rpm): 258

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Interesting... the reason I ask is I am looking for an ECU remap and all the companies based in the UK quote 3.4ltr cars and either 300 or 320bhp. Take a look at the attached..

http://www.e-maps.co.uk/products/Porsche/996/

http://www.vtune.me.uk/pdf/remap_porsche.pdf

Something does not add up!!

Read my last blog entry... and save your money.(JMHO)

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