German tuners,9ff, can simply rock your world when it comes to tuning up some of the fastest and most spectacular Porsche models known to man, and they’ve been doing so since 2001 when they first opened their doors to Porsche lovers everywhere. This year, this sensational team of tuning experts will be headed to the upcoming Essen Motor Show with the fastest 911 they have ever built. The new tuning kit will be called the BT1000 and, while the tuner has yet to offer any details on it, we presume that the "1000" in the nomenclature has something to do with the number of ponies tucked up inside the hood.

It doesn’t really matter if we have that type of confirmation anyway as 9ff have let out that the BT1000 creation can get from 0-186mph in an impressive 15.9 seconds, about 2.8 seconds faster than their record-breaking Porsche GT3 GTurbo..

The first images of the souped-up Porsche were also revealed, and with them came evidence that the exterior was looked after juts about as much as the power was. 9ff saw it fit to add new front bumpers, side skirts, a new rear spoiler and a rear wing, all to increase the aerodynamic efficiency of their latest kit. Look closely and you will also be able to notice a new sport exhaust system and a new set of wheels.

That’s about it for all of the details that were laid out for us, but stay tuned as the Essen Motorshow draws near. We’ll keep you posted with any other details leaked before the doors are opened.


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  (580) posted on 02.3.2012

I’m just wondering if they are happy yet since they are holding the record-breaking speed in reaching a sprint from 15.9seconds. It has the class and angst in terms of looks and speed. 

  (600) posted on 10.5.2011

True class of sports car, simply rock and solid. I like the touch of its ambiance, this includes the powerful and authoritative features’ scheme of the car.

  (544) posted on 12.1.2010

The 9ff BT-1000 should be able to do 0-300 in 15,9 sec! This one had 2WD at first, but the owner thought it was a bit too much and so they installed 4WD.

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