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A few weeks ago, German tuner 9ff unveiled the GTurbo tuning package, but while the most powerful version developed 1,000 HP, 9ff pulled the GTurbo 1200 straight out of a hat during the Essen Motorshow. For those not packing much common sense, that’s a model developing a spectacular 1,200 HP.

The GTurbo 1200 is based on a Porsche GT2 model, but is modified to be made lighter. There are a series of carbon fiber elements, along side and rear windows that have been replaced by Macrolon items. There is also a new set of 19" wheels.

After 9ff added titanium connecting rods, 9ff cylinder head with bigger valves and ports, 9ff camshafts, and 130mm intercoolers, the twin-turbo engine now develops an impressive 1200 HP and 1100 NM of torque. The car can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and will hit an impressive 248 mph. The whole package is finished by a new titanium exhaust system that has adjustable valves for a quiet, sportier sound. The car is currently available for sale at a price of 219,000 euro (around $285,000).

UPDATE 12/13/2010: The monsieur’s over at OptionAuto were given the chance to take the 9ff GTurbo 1200 for a test run – lucky, lucky, lucky – and did they take the hammer down on this bad boy, documenting the whole escapade in a five-part video that you can find after the jump.

Specifications after the jump.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

9ff TR-1200 Engine

  • 9ff Doweled engine block
  • 9ff Extra strong engine bolts
  • 9ff Turbochargers F1200
  • 9ff Pistons
  • 9ff Cylinders
  • 9ff Cubic capacity increase to 9ff´s 4 Liter
  • 9ff Titanium connecting rods
  • 9ff Fine balanced crankshaft
  • 9ff Cylinder heads including bigger valves and ports
  • 9ff Camshaft cases
  • 9ff Valve springs
  • 9ff Camshafts
  • 9ff Intake manifold
  • 9ff Throttle
  • 9ff Fuel system
  • 9ff Exhaust manifolds
  • 9ff Titanium sport exhaust system (switchable - for quiet and sport sound management)
  • 9ff 100 cell sport metal catalytic converter
  • 9ff Sport clutch (comfort like original clutch)
  • 9ff Boost cooling system
  • 9ff High pressure water injection system
  • 9ff Air intake system
  • 9ff ECU
  • 9ff Intercoolers 130 mm

9ff GTurbo Gearbox

  • Gearbox reinforcement
  • Stronger gear wheels
  • Transmission setup of 5th gear to 300 km/h for best acceleration
  • Transmission setup of 6th gear 400 km/h
  • Gearbox oil cooling system
  • 9ff Gearbox oil

Shifter “Race”

  • 9ff gear shifting gate
  • 9ff Driveshafts
  • 9ff Light weight windows
  • 9ff Front Fernder Carbon Air Outtake
  • 9ff Carbon doors
  • 9ff Carbon front bonnet
  • 9ff Carbon rear wing
  • 9ff Body-Kit “Aero”
  • 9ff 400 Km/h Speedometer
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  (503) posted on 04.30.2012

It looks like a fierce tiger! Aside from that, the speed of this car is faster compared to most cars of its level.

  (580) posted on 02.3.2012

Well, who would stop this fast car from rising? Definitely, none. This 9ff is the best born so far. It was super powerful at 1,200hp. This is surprising much more was the sprinting of 60mph from 0 in just 2.8 seconds. The costing is also surprising, since they only offer it at $285,000. However, I expect much expensive price regarding this car. 

  (333) posted on 01.13.2012

This 9ff GTurbo 1200 is cool, The designs are great and the combination of color is great. The design look cool plus the engine performance is quite impressive. I want to experience driving this car and feel the fun driving!

  (599) posted on 10.5.2011

Nice paint, very customized and eye-catching design. A totally sports car that accountable for developed version of its specs. I like a teaser of the video it feels like I’m racing too.

  (314) posted on 08.11.2011

If I have my salary I will definitely buy one of this vehicle! Imagine IF only I had my salary! The power output of the car is quite impressive.

  (570) posted on 08.11.2011

I don’t like the printed color of the exterior of the vehicle. However, its great to know that they have offer an impressive power output for the car.

  (579) posted on 05.31.2011

I thought it came from Safari! Just kidding. You actually notice it quickly, so stand by and give way.

  (498) posted on 05.5.2011

The performance of this car is so awesome! I think driving around a car that has a 1000 hp is like driving a Bugatti car! If we could remember Bugatti Caliber has around 1200 hp. Hmm. I was wondering who will win if caliber and 9ff will race?

  (506) posted on 05.5.2011

IMO, Porsche was created to be a good sportscar. I really love the performance of this car . And I have to agree on you Luke, that figure is quite impressive maybe that’s the result of trimming down this car.

  (358) posted on 03.18.2011

0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds? Wow! that’s impressive. They have trimmed down a bit the 9ff but I’m afraid those big valves would affect the speed of the car. Anyway, I like the modified look of this car its more sportier than before.

  (412) posted on 03.11.2011

This car look so good! Actually, you can get a less expensive tuning from a excellent tuning shop. I just wonder how many tuner are there on this model?

  (398) posted on 02.28.2011

yeah, I have to agree. Now. I can conclude that Veyron is much safer compare to this one. Safe, from the cooling, the tires, wheels, special wing and so on and so on.

  (402) posted on 02.28.2011

haha. What a heck! They’re actually making a suicidal attempt! 1,000 hp? Wow, that’s too much. I just wonder if that hp would actually make the car “explode” when pushes to its limit.

  (273) posted on 02.21.2011

With a TechArt GT wing for cayman, and the Gulf Livery, with the GT2 front end, with those slick darkened headlights and LED indicators.

  (613) posted on 02.21.2011

It wouldn’t be as ultimate as a GT2, but mid-engine balanced, and plenty powerful for public roads and track use. As much as I like turbos, there is something about a high output NA sports car engine screaming all on it’s own.

  (134) posted on 02.8.2011

The Mclaren was a revolutionary car ahead of its time obviously. It is the best car of all time so far and the benchmark for everyone. This Porsche is pretty amazing though, specially cause it looks pretty stock on the outside

  (257) posted on 02.8.2011

Yes, the GT9 is technically no longer a 911 anymore. If memory serves, it shares only 2 percent of components with a GT3, it’s mid-engined, steel tube fame with carbon fiber and kevlar sub structures.

  (619) posted on 02.7.2011

The car is for sale in Germany for 219.000€, worth the prize if you questioned me.

  (676) posted on 02.7.2011

It has the same numbers as a Bugatti super -sport. But the Bugatti is quicker of the line. A “regular” Bugatti would be beaten in a drag race, for sure.

  (528) posted on 02.1.2011

The car started life as a 2010 Porsche 911 GT2 that was stripped all the way down. Top Speed of car is 157 mph.

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