2002 Porsche 911
|Exterior Color:||Meridian Metallic|
|Engine Size:||H6 3.6L|
This car has been maintained by the original non-smoking, adult owner to a higher standard than required and always garaged. Including oil and fluids changed every six months. Everything works.
Immaculate condition with several key improvements:
Rear wind screen
Color Matched (in silver) Airbox
Color matched interior center consul.
Turbo front bumper with spoiler
Turbo rear bumper
Porsche Performance Exhaust
Porsche chrome exhaust tips
Color matched rear bumper guards
Rear camera (imbedded into the license plate)
Wheel hub painted with stainless steel paint
Alpine Navigation/DVD/MP3/CD/XM system (original radio also included)
Power amp in truck
Custom sub-woofer door enclosures
European sun visors (without the warning stickers)
Front & rear radar detectors in bumpers (with warning lights in cabin)
Porsche crest on seats
Extra set of original Carrera wheels and tires (tires are used when car stored).
Below is a list of components that have been replaced and improved, starting with the most important (The IMS)
Porsche brand oil pressure sensor 2-14-20
Transmission plug gasket 2-14-20
New battery 12-4-19
Wheels balanced 1-18-19
turn signal stock, new key, hard-top plastic plugs 7-18-18
Refinished wheels (at Wheels Doctor), new tires 2-21-18
Oil level indicator sensor 2-9-18
3rd brake light 1-30-18
Both soft-top pistons 2-16-17
serpentine belt 1-23-17
passenger & driver side front daylight bulb 12-6-16
replaced oil feeder tube and plastic coolant clamp with metal clamp 3-15-15
light switch 1-26-15
Automatic transmission service, consisting in torque converter
replacement, automatic transmission filter replacement, automatic transmission fluid replacement. 1-10-15
Rear main crankshaft seal 1-10-15
Main positive cable repair 1-10-15
Starter replacement 1-10-15
Engine minor service: consisting in engine oil service, serpentine belt replacement, engine coolant flush, power steering fluid flush, throttle body cleaning and re-calibration, air-oil separator, oil-cooler o-ring kit: Replacement due to age 1-10-15
new front hood shocks 12-20-16
4 new EPS control arms 3-26-14
new water pump 3-4-14
new transmission mount 2-23-14
new motor mounts 2-23-14
IMS kit 2-22-14
replaced ignition switch 1-23-13
replaced rear window switch 1-12-13
new alternator 2-15-12
Pollen cabin carbon air filter 2-13-12
brakes pads and rotors 3-4-11
coolant tank replaced 6-1-9
--ABOUT THE 996--
While the Carrera maintained its unmistakeable 911 profile for 2002, the car was radically changed. New front fenders, a different front bumper, revised rear-end styling, body-color bumper guards and oval tailpipes were added along with Turbo-style headlights to differentiate the 911 from the Boxster. The bodywork changes were more than cosmetic, however, yielding a 15% flow increase through the radiators and reducing lift by 25% up front and 40% in the rear.
Stiffer door sill, seat pan and roof areas resulted in a stronger body structure that improves handling, ride quality and safety. The cabriolet is 10% stiffer. The Cabriolets rear window was changed from a soft plastic window to to a fixed glass rear window with a heated element. Engine displacement was increased for 2002 by increasing the stroke from 78mm to 82.8mm, resulting in a displacement of 3596cc. Horsepower moved from 300 to 320. Overall performance was enhanced by VarioCam Plus, this time in continuously variable form. Because of the increased power, the optional Tiptronic transmission was upgraded to the 911 Turbo unit with the five forward gears, two reverse gears, and 250 different shift maps.
Because weight increased, Porsche used longer springs with the same spring rates and matching shock absorbers for the front and rear. The rear suspension was also modified to accommodate the larger Tiptronic transmission. New, 18-inch, narrow-spoke wheels were available for 2002. The standard wheels were 17-inch, ten spoke alloys. Inside, the new Carrera got useful cup holders and a glove box (US only).
The central air vent was increased in size by 20% while the multi-function display in the bottom of the tachometer was enlarged. The digital speedometer was from the bottom of the tach to the left, into the bottom of the analog speedometer. New seatbelts were added with pyrotechnic tensioning, which is triggered with the air bags. The belts have a force limiter to prevent brusing and internal injuries.
Fuel tank capacity: 16.9 gallons
Horsepower: 320 hp 6800 rpm
Torque: 273 ft-lbs. 4250 rpm
Turning circle: 34.8 ft.
Curb weight: 2910 lbs.
Split-folding rear seatbacks
2 -way power heated seats
Dual illuminating vanity mirrors
Variable intermittent wipers
Temporary spare tire
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