In interaction with the sports exhaust system, the plastic variable intake manifold with two resonance flaps helps to ensure efficient gas cycles and high throughput.
To guarantee high torque and power across a broad engine speed range, the conventional distributor pipe in the new 911 GT3 is supplemented by two resonance pipes with resonance flaps.
These are opened or closed depending on the engine speed. At high engine speeds, both resonance flaps are opened for optimum cylinder charge.
This results in an impressive torque curve, a high maximum torque and ultimate power output across a broad engine speed range.
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