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Exhaust for 996 40th Anniversary


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  • 1 year later...
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The 40th Anniversary Coupe had the following (no PSE) as standard:

3.6 Liter Flat 6 cylinder engine with vario-cam producing 345 Horsepower.

6-speed manual transmission with double inertia flywheel and hydraulic clutch.

Motronic electronic accelarator pedal with solid-state distribution.

Sport chassis with more rigidly tuned springs, shock absorbers and stabilizer bars.

One-piece light alloy wheel, shot-blastet polished 18’’ Carrera II wheels.

Brake calipers painted in black.

Porsche Stability Management System (PSM).

Anti-lock braking system (ABS).

Braking system with 4-piston monobloc fixed alloy calipers and ventilated brake disks.

Front end with enlarged cooling-air opening, lateral air intake grill in GT silver metallic.

Automatic power windows with tip up/down.

Electric sliding roof, tip-open/tip close, with automatic wind deflector and tilt function.

Heated seats with adjustable heating range.

Outside mirrors are electrically adjustable and heated.

Automatically deployed rear spoiler.

Integrated third brake light.

Emblem on rear deck lists “40 Jahre Limited Edition”

Bi-Xenon-Headlamps with headlamp cleaning system.

64-liter gas tank.

Driver and passenger front and side airbags.

Seatbelt pretensioner with belt-force limitation.

Central locking with remote control and alarm.

Front and center console with storage compartment and lockage glove box.

Roofliner in Alcantara.

Automatic full climate control.

Extractable cup-holder in front center console.

Digital Radio with in dash CD.

PSE would have to show on your option list as IXLF.

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I just got my 40th Anni this week, and I noticed it did not come with the third radiator that many books claim they have.

Really love the car!!

Congrats!

The 40th Anniversary Edition has the C4S/Turbo style front bumper with larger radiators at each side - no 3rd radiator.

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Ah, so the two side radiators are actually larger than standard 996? Thats nice to know.

Frankly I'm just amazed with the performance. I have owned two 930's and two 914-6 3 liters and I can say the 996 Anni has them beat in every way.

Cheers, Paul

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