Misha Designs does the Porsche 911 Turbo

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

If you want to spice up your Porsche 911, there really are many tuning companies to choose from. But the latest package comes from Misha Designs. This kit is meant for the Turbo version but it offers some parts for the entire 911 range.

This exterior kit consists of a front bumper with a lower lip, a rear bumper that houses a diffuser, a hood with optional carbon fiber vanes, new side skirts and an add on blade for the car's stock rear spoiler.

For cooling purposes, the front bumper has air ducts and an air vent at the top in order to release high pressure air from the front of the bumper.

This reduces drag and increases downforce. Its lower carbon fiber lip features three pieces, which is convenient if there is accidental damage. Buyers can order the side skirts with optional carbon fiber extensions.

Meanwhile, the add on blade for the rear spoiler, which is similar to that of the 911 GT2, replaces the stock one, keeping the factory raise & lower function.

The rear bumper features new intercooler air vents and has 3 carbon fiber grills on each side to act as a venturi. The new hood, which comes with two optional carbon fiber vanes, may be ordered in Fiber Reinforced Plastic of full carbon fiber.

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