Performance exhaust manifolds, airbox manifolds and exhaust manifold brackets.
If you’re new to these products, you might not realize they exist, but you can buy them online for about $15.
The performance exhaust manifolding system for the 918 and 911 Turbo will allow you to get up to 1,000 horsepower out of the turbocharged engine in a single-muffler setup, with a range of over 500 hp.
It also includes the 3D exhaust, which is essentially a three-dimensional version of the original exhaust that has been fitted into the turbocharger, as well as a new-for-2018 exhaust manifold, which reduces drag and helps with exhaust gassing.
The 3D muffler is one of many new parts that Porsche has added to the Turbo, including a new exhaust-flow monitor.
The new exhaust also includes an all-new head gasket and an improved exhaust manifold and intake manifold design.
The Turbo’s new 3D intake manifold, for example, is made of stainless steel and is equipped with a two-piece design.
It features a new valve-stack that allows the flow of air to be controlled by the valve and also reduces the possibility of a leak by having the intake valves close during engine start-up.
There’s also a new dual-piece exhaust pipe with a redesigned exhaust valve, and a new turbochargershaft design.
Both the new intake and exhaust manifold systems can be purchased individually, or in a package, as long as you’re willing to pay more for the new exhaust system.
Porsche says the new 3DS exhaust manifold allows the car to reach 3,000 psi of boost at a low rpm, and the new, improved exhaust manifoulds are rated at 1,400 psi.
The 918 Turbo has been redesigned to meet California’s new emissions regulations, so it should be slightly more fuel-efficient than the 917 Turbo, which had been designed to be fuel-economy-friendly.
But if you’re still not sure how to get the Turbo to boost as fast as the Turbo 917, the Turbo Turbo 918 is available now, with prices starting at $59,929 and the 919, with pricing starting at the $67,895 level.