9ff offering 1000hp GTurbo conversion kits

9ff offering 1000hp GTurbo conversion kits

German tuner 9ff has a set of conversion kits for the Porsche 997 GT3 and and 997 GT3 RS that it claims can turn a sports car into a supercar.

First off 9ff will stack on the power with a bi-turbo conversion kit that can boost output up to 1000 hp. This handily allows for the creation of 3 seperately named models: the 9ff GTurbo750, GTurbo850 and GTurbo1000. The numbers, naturally, denoting the horsepower figures. The torque figures are respectively 850 Nm, 910 Nm and 940 Nm.

Performance times for the golden boy GTurbo1000 are apparently 2.9 seconds for the 0 to 100 km/h sprint and a mere 8.2 seconds to reach 200 km/h. The 300 km/h mark is reached in just 16.5 seconds. A top speed of 392 km/h is supposedly possible, dependent on gearing selection.

An aerodynamic kit is also available from 9ff, which includes air intakes on the quarter panel for the intercooler and air outlets at the front to help reduce pressure in the wheel wells at high speeds.

There are also new front bumpers (with LED indicators) and rear aprons, side skirts and an option pack for side exhausts.

The aerodynamic kits is priced at 8,900 euros, with taxes, mounting and painting excluded.

A set of 5 double spokes light alloy wheels, 8,5×19″ / 11×19″ (front/back), can be had for a mere 4,980 euros and a set of GTurbo design rims with a central lock system comes in at 5,950, taxes and painting excluded.

Prices for the severe engine tuning mods have not made available.

German tuner 9ff has a set of conversion kits for the Porsche 997 GT3 and and 997 GT3 RS that it claims can turn a sports car into a supercar.

First off 9ff will stack on the power with a bi-turbo conversion kit that can boost output up to 1000 hp. This handily allows for the creation of 3 seperately named models: the 9ff GTurbo750, GTurbo850 and GTurbo1000. The numbers, naturally, denoting the horsepower figures. The torque figures are respectively 850 Nm, 910 Nm and 940 Nm.

Performance times for the golden boy GTurbo1000 are apparently 2.9 seconds for the 0 to 100 km/h sprint and a mere 8.2 seconds to reach 200 km/h. The 300 km/h mark is reached in just 16.5 seconds. A top speed of 392 km/h is supposedly possible, dependent on gearing selection.

An aerodynamic kit is also available from 9ff, which includes air intakes on the quarter panel for the intercooler and air outlets at the front to help reduce pressure in the wheel wells at high speeds.

There are also new front bumpers (with LED indicators) and rear aprons, side skirts and an option pack for side exhausts.

The aerodynamic kits is priced at 8,900 euros, with taxes, mounting and painting excluded.

A set of 5 double spokes light alloy wheels, 8,5×19″ / 11×19″ (front/back), can be had for a mere 4,980 euros and a set of GTurbo design rims with a central lock system comes in at 5,950, taxes and painting excluded.

Prices for the severe engine tuning mods have not made available.

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