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  • All specifications stated are for the MkII, EU spec 996's.
  • Integrated dry-sump is Porsche's name for a dry sump lubrication system integrated within the engine block, i.e. no separate oil reservoir.[7]


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Source: 996: The Essential Companion

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Porsche 996

3.9 s
911 GT3 @ 7400 rpm, 3.6L dry-sump 4.5 s
911 GT3 RS @ 7400 rpm, 3.6L dry-sump 4.4 s
911 GT2 @ 5700 rpm, 3.6L dry-sump 3.7 s
911 Turbo Cabriolet @ 6000 rpm, 3.6L dry-sump 4.4 s
911 Turbo X50 Cabriolet @ 6000 rpm, 3.6L dry-sump 4.2 s
911 Turbo S Cabriolet @ 6000 rpm, 3.6L dry-sump 4.1 s
911 Carrera Cabriolet @ 6800 rpm, 3.6L wet-sump 4.9 s
911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet @ 6800 rpm, 3.6L wet-sump 5.2 s
911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet @ 6800 rpm, 3.6L wet-sump 5.4 s
Year Production
1997 14
1998 9,248
1999 28,040
2000 20,979
2001 27,275
2002 33,013
2003 29,536
2004 23,145
2005 4,012
Total 175,262

Individual vehicles

Movie character

Sally Carrera as a customised 996

Hollywood custom car builder Eddie Paul created a modified 996 Carrera as one of a set of three vehicles for Pixar's 2006 Cars promotional tour.[8] Sally, a blue Porsche 996 designed to closely resemble a 2002 Carrera, is built on a slightly-shortened wheelbase; her windscreen is tilted closer to vertical (adding a few inches to the car's height) to accommodate the animated character's eyes.[1]

Police car

In 2007, a motorist's 2001 Porsche 911 was searched during a traffic stop by Hoover, Alabama police. The police department seized the vehicle after they found 10 kilograms of cocaine hidden inside two compartments. Since then the vehicle was redecorated in two-tone police blue with a wing, light bar, and rear window lights.[9] The vehicle was unveiled in 2009 as a Hoover Police Department police car and has appeared at various public events.[10]

See also

References

  1. ^ Skyrock Blog
  2. ^ http://www.cliohworld.net/onlread/3/eutk.pdf

External links

  • 996 Porsche Official website
  • 996 FAQ at Rennlist
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