2002 Porsche 911 Turbo

Engine Size
Twin Turbocharged 3.6L Flat-Six
Transmission Type
6 Speed Manual
Interior Color
Exterior Color
Seal Grey Metallic
SCD 066
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The User Friendly Fighter Jet

*Powered by the coveted GT1-derived Mezger engine
*Southwest previous ownership with extensive documentation
*Lightly modified by Southern California experts, BBi Autosport
*Now uses many GT2 components and power levels eclipsing today's 911 Turbo S
*Available for immediate inspection with a recent price reduction

The 996 Turbo debuted at the Frankfurt Auto show in September 1999 and went on sale in the US in summer of 2000 as a 2001 model. The Turbo is powered by a water-cooled twin-turbocharged and intercooled 3.6-liter flat-6 engine derived from the 1998 Le Mans winning 911 GT1 race car. The engine is rated at 414 hp at 6,000 rpm and 415 lb⋅ft of torque. It features an all-wheel drive system and was available with either a 6-speed manual or a 5-speed Tiptronic transmission. It has revised styling and a wider stance than the naturally aspirated 996 Carrera models, along with new bi-xenon headlamps and a fixed rear wing. The Turbo also came with VarioCam Plus and stability management, and an electronically adjustable rear spoiler was included which would rise at a speed of 76 mph and lower at 36 mph. The bodywork was also revised to allow airflow to 3 radiators up front and to accommodate 18-inch wheels and tires.

Chassis WP0AB29922S687002

This Turbo emerged from Zuffenhausen at the beginning of May, 2002 destined for Dallas, Texas. Making its way west to Southern California in 2007, the car would reside in Orange County for the next decade until its seller purchased the car from the reputable Southern California Porsche experts at Auto Kennel in 2017.

During its previous ownership the car was gifted several high end components, from GT2 K24/18G turbochargers to KW Variant 3 adjustable coilover suspension. Work was carried out by some of the best in the Porsche business, to include BBi Autosport, credited for building some of Jeff Zwart's Pikes Peak creations. Some of the other work includes:

*GT2 K24/18G turbochargers with EPL software tune (For 91 octane)
*Ported original headers
*BBi exhaust system (Included, but currently fitted with original exhaust system)
*High flow catalytic converters (Also included, but currently fitted with original system)
*BBi coil packs
*Evo Motorsport diverter valves
*IPD 74mm throttle body
*IPD 74mm Competition Plenum
*CSF aluminum radiators
*GT3 clutch and lightweight flywheel
*GT2 clutch slave cylinder conversion
*KW Variant 3 adjustable coil-over suspension
*Corner balanced and ride height lowered
*GT3 front and rear sway bars
*Tarrett drop links
*Brake calipers rebuilt and powder coated black
*Custom BBi stainless-steel brake lines
*K40 integrated radar detection system

Other subtle changes include a rear wiper deletion, silver hood crest, clear side markers, Kenwood sound system with Bluetooth, and Porsche aluminum pedal set. At new, the dealer installed carbon fiber HVAC surround, shift and handbrake handles, color-matched center console and a factory short shifter.

During the past three years the car's seen considerable service in addition to schedule maintenance, to include front wheel bearing replacement, front CV boot replacement, throttle body and oxygen sensor replacement. A low speed driveway bump up resulted in bumper cover replacement and driver-side fender repair, otherwise all paint measures factory depths. The nose of the car and other vulnerable areas have been covered in 3M paint protection film to help keep paint in nice order. Additionally, as is typical with these cars, the hydraulically-operated doesn't currently function, and is currently in the fixed down position.


Engine Size
Twin Turbocharged 3.6L Flat-Six


Body Color
Seal Grey Metallic




Interior Color
Center Console
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