Porsche 991

No Substitute

Porsche 991 No Substitute
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Format: Paperback / softback, 704 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111882
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Description

Porsche 991: No Substitute is the sixth and final book in the author’s Porsche Essential Companion series. This truly comprehensive volume covers everything a 991 owner needs to know, plus a whole lot more.

Every known model and version is described. Normally-aspirated and turbocharged engines, and associated engine management software combinations for the many different national variants are covered. In other words, no matter where on the planet a 991 owner resides, their version of the car is covered.

The 991.2 standard model range was the first complete 911 model range to be fitted solely with 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged engines. These new technology standard model engines are explained in detail. All other new technology advancements utilised in the 991 series are also described along with all the advantages and improvements over previous 911 series. A complete history of the model, technical specifications, care and maintenance, plus a review of its racing career make this THE Essential Companion for all Porsche 991 owners and enthusiasts.
 

The author

Adrian Graham Streather was born on December 25, 1958. Upon leaving school he joined the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) in 1975, where he trained as a Scientific Instrument Maker and gained additional qualifications in the electronics field. After a varied career in the aviation industry, he now lives in Australia with his family. Adrian is a prolific author, specialising in the Porsche marque, and has written a number of books that have been published by Veloce, including the Essential Companion series, and several in the Essential Buyer’s Guide series.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 704 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111882
Illustrations: 150 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.26 in x 11.02 in / 209.8 mm x 279.91 mm
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