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2010 Porsche 997 Turbo by 9ff


The German tuner, 9ff revealed a new customization program for the 2010 Porsche Turbo. Called the 9ff DR700, the package delivers a total of 700 hp and 870 NM. As a result, the sprint from 0 to 60 mph is made in 3.2 seconds, 0 to 124 mph in 9.4 seconds, and 0 to 186 mph in 23 seconds. Although not as visually appealing as the customization brought to us by SpeedArt, 9ff delivers when it comes to horsepower with about 20hp more than SpeedArt’s program for the Turbo.

To obtain these impressive performances the tuner added a 9ff valve adjustable sport exhaust system including: 9ff design tail pipes, 9ff sport catalytics & air filter, 9ff intercoolers & intake hoses, 9ff exhaust headers, 9ff ECU (in exchange), 9ff Turbochargers DR700 (in exch.), 9ff Camshafts & connectings rods, 9ff Intake manifold, 9ff Torque optimized PDK, and 9ff Clutch (only manual shifted cars).

Hit the jump for a video of the exhaust system.



8 comments:

The caption to the picture quite clearly says 9ff G Turbo 850. How about the top speed? I do hope it would be faster.

those pictures aren’t right ,are they?it looks like a 2009 GT2, were are the LED tail lights and revised head light from the face lift?

Are there any colors of this car? Well, orange is not that appealing to me.

those pictues aren’t right are they?it looks like a 2009 GT2, wjere are the LED tail lights and revised head light from the face lift?

In reality, yes, it is expensive. Only few people who has money can purchase this awesome 911 Turbo. The designs were perfectly amazing. I am a big fan of its rear wheels too. But its boldness and sexiness remains, I really have to check out its speed, visually appealing but it’s breathtaking spectacular when you’re driving this.

The conversion from a normal Porsche 911 Turbo to the 9ff TR 1000 is approximately cost 130,000 Euros.

Well I’m going to like it if they change the foul color, I mean orange for me is very lousy.

I quite love Porsche; good, reliable and fun cars - even though inexplicably expensive for what they are. then again, in terms of design, the 911 Turbo lost mush of it’s aura. Remember the 70’s and 80’s 911 Turbo? with rear wheels, rear spoiler and rear arches as big as China? that was cool and sexy, that made the 911 have a stance.

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