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The transaxle layout involves placing the transmission at the rear of the car, integrated with the rear axle.

This design is often associated with rear-wheel-drive or mid-engine configurations. Transaxle Porsches typically have the engine located at or near the center of the vehicle, between the rear wheels, and the transmission at the rear.

These cars are appreciated for their balanced handling and distinctive design, and they played a significant role in Porsche's history.

Supported Models:

924, 928, 944, 951, 968

Porsche 928


Air-cooled Porsches refer to a specific era of Porsche cars that were equipped with air-cooled engines, as opposed to liquid-cooled engines.

Revered for their distinctive sound, simplicity in design, and the character they bring to the driving experience, the air-cooled era of Porsches is primarily associated with the classic models produced from the late 1940s to the mid-1990s.

Supported Models:

911, 911sc, 930, 964, 993

Porsche 911
Porsche 930


The transition from air-cooled to liquid-cooled engines in Porsches occurred in the late 1990s. The decision to move to liquid cooling was driven by the need to meet stricter emissions regulations and to enhance performance and efficiency.

The adoption of liquid cooling allowed Porsche to achieve better control over engine temperatures, improve fuel efficiency, and enhance overall performance.

Supported Models:

986, 987, 981, 996, 997, 991, 955, 957

Porsche GT4RS
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