Porsche 959 Canepa Design modifications – Ferrari super car – Lamborghini super car wallpaper

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(Porsche 959)Canepa Design modifications
In 2003, Canepa Design initiated a 959 upgrade program. By making modifications to the 959’s turbochargers, exhaust system and computer-control systems, Canepa enabled the 959 to pass emissions requirements (thereby making it street-legal in the United States). The new configuration allowed parallel turbo charging and simplified diagnostics. Canepa also modified the 959’s lightweight magnesium wheels in order to fit it with tyres without the unique Dunlop Denloc bead. Modern Michelin high-performance tyres capable of handling the increased performance could then be mounted. The original RE71 tires were available in the U.S. and have always been more than capable of handling the power output of the 959. Porsche 959 wallpapers#FerrariF12 #PorschePanamera #BmwM8 #BugattiDivo #AudiRS3

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