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Porsche 911 Water-cooled Engine

Model with "993" the 911 had reached the maximum development possible. Thanks to the suspension "SLA" the conduct was excellent, to the best GT motor center, but the air cooled to prevent further changes, such as a header to 4 valves per cylinder.

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Porsche Boxster 987 series (2005 – )

The deep restyling of 2005 will require significant changes to the bodywork, interior and mechanical, thus justifying a new acronym internal project for the Boxster (987) and bringing the new Boxster to the new Porsche 911 (997), already presented in 2004: new model now includes oval-shaped headlights closer to the tradition of the House, albeit different from those of older sister.

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Porsche Boxster 986 series (1996 – 2004)

1996 Boxster engine is an opposed-cylinder 2.5-liter, liquid-cooled and closely to 3.4 liters of the future Porsche 911 (Porsche 996), with double camshaft per bank, 6 cylinders and heads 4 valves per cylinder, capable of developing 204 hp to the wheels that moved through a manual 5-speed gearbox or a sequential-automatic "Tiptronic", always a 5-speed transmission.

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Porsche 997 GT3 RS

Heir to the 996 GT3 RS 2003, Porsche 997 GT3 RS in 2006, part of the series of Porsche 911, is the more sporty version of the 997 GT3 and it is certainly the most extreme among the Porsche series produced by the House in Stuttgart, after The new 911 GT2. Almost exclusively on the track (but also approved for the road), the GT3 RS is directed to a narrow circle of enthusiasts eager to strong emotions.

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Saab 9-3 Series – Second series (since 2002)

The second version of 9-3, design by Michael Mauer, was submitted in early 2002 at the Detroit Motor Show the car with radical nell'estetica that in both engines. At first it was maintained diesel engines derived Opel replaced later by Fiat engines, as well as the number of new engines in common with the other car group General Motors, Opel Vectra.

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Saab 9-3 Series – First series (1998-2002)

The Saab 9-3 is a medium-high sport car made by Saab of Sweden and made in 1998. Saab was the first to mount a propeller Diesel, derived Opel. In 2003, leaving behind the second set completely redesigned from the pencil of Michael Mauer, in a 4-door sedan and convertible. The coupe version, although in the tradition of the Swedish home, leaves the scene. In 2005 is presented Sport Hatch, the family.

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Saleen S7

The Saleen S7 super car is produced by U.S. carmaker Saleen 2001 to 2006 and use both by road from the track, so that was used in the FIA GT championship.

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Subaru Impreza – Second generation

The second version was born in 2001 and represented the first major overhaul. The mechanics of the fund was not affected, but about everything that was changed, improved and increased. The most important dimensions were: length and height both grew by 6 cm each, while step width remained practically unchanged. The structure was new and took advantage of the experience in the rally. The brakes were discs on all four wheels.

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Subaru Impreza Generation

Compact sport sedan produced by the Japanese house Subaru, the Impreza came out from the conveyor assembly for the first time in 1992 and has now reached its third generation.

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