At Singer, they do not like water cooling … The American tuner is specializing in the restoration of Porsche 911’s with air-cooled engines. For his latest block, Singer has collaborated with Williams Advanced Engineering and Hans Mezger, a legendary former Porsche engineer and the six-cylinder father of the brand.
The result is a 500 hp strong boxer engine with a maximum speed that will exceed 9000. How to figure out when you spell this beautiful piece of technology into a Porsche 911 will be clear in September. Then the full spectrum of improvements that the collaboration has produced will be announced at the unveiling of the Blorsner Porsche 911.
Other wishes that Singer and Williams have is a range of rides up to a screaming 9,000 rpm and the use of exotic components like titanium and carbon. As a donor engine, the Porsche 964 3.6 liter boxer serves, built between 1991 and 1994.
To push the atmospheric block to a peak power of 500 hp and shift the red zone to 9,000 rpm, the cylinder capacity rises to 4 liters and the zespitter gets a four-valve head. The tickling cage also throws lightweight materials such as aluminum, carbon fiber and titanium into the mix.