The Carrera 2.7 model built for all markets, except for the United States, used the 210 PS (150 kW; 210 hp) RS 911/83 engine with Bosch mechanical fuel injection pump from the 1973 Carrera RS. These Carrera 2.7 MFI models were built from 1974 until 1976 and were mechanically identical to the 1973 Carrera RS. The Carrera 2.7 model produced for the North American markets, often referred to as the Carrera 2.7 CIS, was powered by the same 2.7-litre engine as the 911S which produced 175 PS (129 kW; 173 hp). The initial Carrera 2.7 models had the same welded-on rear RS flares, before switching to the SC stamped style rear flares during the middle of the 1974 production year. The Carrera 2.7 coupés weighed in at 1,075 kg (2,370 lb), the same weight as the 1973 Carrera RS Touring.
For the 1974 model year, the Carrera 2.7 was available with the “ducktail” rear spoiler first introduced with the 1973 Carrera RS. In the North American markets, the ducktail was standard equipment for the Carrera. All other markets the ducktail was optional, except for the home German market where the ducktail had been outlawed by the TÜV road homologation department. This led to the introduction of the whale tail rear spoiler, available as an option on the 1974-75 Carrera 2.7 models, as well as the newly introduced 930 Turbo.
The Carrera 2.7 was replaced by the Carrera 3.0 for the 1976 model year, except for a special run of 113 1976 Carrera 2.7 MFI coupés were built for the German market featuring the 911/83 RS engine, with an additional 20 narrow-bodied 1976 Carrera MFI 2.7 Targas being supplied to the Belgian Gendarmerie. The 1976 Carrera 2.7 MFI Sondermodells were the last mechanically fuel injected 911 produced by Porsche and still featured the 1973 RS engine.
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Wielkość i papier
Plakat w formacie A2.
- pion – 42 x 59,4 cm / 16,54” x 27,83”
- poziom – 59,4 x 42 cm / 27,83” x 16,54”
Artistic photo paper with high durability, matte Satin paper IMPRIME Premium SM 200 Bright Weight 200 gsm.
- weight – 250 gram / 0,44 lb
- shine – błyszczący
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The applied printing technology and materials ensure the best quality of the poster. Using the new L-COA PRO image processing system, the printouts have the right balance and the right composition of inks, as well as precisely applied ink on the paper. The advantage of the used inks and papers is the exceptional durability of colors guaranteeing its unchangeability for many years.
Thanks to the LUCIA PRO 12 ink system, the images will be accurately reproduced on the printouts. Printing posters on a plotter designed for printing photos in the highest quality allows to achieve better colors with a wider range and greater detail than before. Black is really black, and even the darkest fragments of graphics or photos have clear details.
Fading inks and yellowing of paper in traditional printing.
Canon's Chroma Optimizer ink technology makes it easy to achieve even gloss when printing on glossy paper. Chroma Optimizer ink is used on the printed image, thanks to which it adjusts the way the light reflects the surface and provides a natural reproduction of colors on the final printout. Thanks to this, we obtain images with intense black.
Fine Art (Giclée) printing
There are several elements that distinguish Fine Art printing from traditionally printed posters, apart from a visible difference in quality.
The difference between Fine Art and traditional printing
One of the most principal features is a pigment ink, produced on the resin base. It contains solid particles, thanks to which the prints are much more resistant to fading - that means more durable. All posters in kufer.pl are printed with 12 original inks (11 colors + additional glossy one) which allow meeting the high ISO / IEC 29103 standard.
An important issue for print durability is the use of acid-free papers with a neutral pH (between 7.5 and 10) with an additional alkaline buffer. Such a buffer reduces the destructive influence of acid substances from the environment. This gives an additional guarantee of quality and durability for dozens of years.
The final issue is the quality of the print itself. Drops with a volume of 4 µl are invisible to the naked eye. The print resolution of 2400x1200dpi allows creating printouts that do not differ from photo prints. One can even risk a statement, that graphics with such magnifications they are better - because the grain is not visible - than typical enlargements of analog photos.
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The poster is delivered without a frame. The printout is secured in parchment, then rolled on a cardboard roll. We additionally secure it with ecological paper. Then we put a silicone bag inside (attention - it must not be allowed to play by children and animals) to maintain adequate humidity. The poster prepared in this way is put into a cardboard tube. We fill the free spaces with a bubble wrap. Everything is packed into another carton and secured with foil and tape.Find out more about how we secure your shipment.
We guarantee satisfaction with the printed poster. It is possible to return the poster within 14 days from receiving the parcel. We reimburse the entire amount for the poster and the cost of the cheapest shipping (if you chose a more expensive version, unfortunately you will not receive a full refund for the transport).
We also do not refund the costs of personalizing the poster and special services, except when the poster has arrived damaged.
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All shipments are 100% insured, any damage should be reported to the company delivering the package on the appropriate forms. After submitting and accepting the complaint, we immediately prepare an identical duplicate and send it again.
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B1 (70x100cm), B2 (50x70cm), A2 (42×59.4cm), A3 (29.7x42cm)
Satin IMPRIME Premium SM200 Bright White 200gsm
Blue, Brown, Orange