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VarioRam is a Porsche-patented engine induction system that was first introduced on the 1992 model year 964 Carrera RS motorsport special. It became standard on the 911-series starting from the M64/21 engine on the model year 1996.

As the name suggests, VarioRam varies the effective length of the inlet ducting depending upon engine load and speed. A long intake length at low rpm provides a better pulse tune because the pulse won't travel back and forth as many times, which aids low-end torque because the high pressure pulse may otherwise contribute to reversion and thereby decreased volumetric efficiency. At higher engine rpm, the intake length is reduced. The result is a flatter torque curve, with more torque available at low- and mid-range engine speeds compared to a similar non-VarioRam engine.[1][2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ VarioRAM Explained at the Wayback Machine (archived 8 August 2013)
  2. ^ "How and why a VarioRAM works". instant-g.com. Retrieved 2018-08-01.
  3. ^ "Technology explained: VarioRam". total911.com. Retrieved 2018-08-01.
  4. ^ "October 1995: A new Targa, Varioram and more join the 911 lineup". autoweek.com. Retrieved 2018-08-01.