Previously, 9ff created the world’s fastest Porsche 911 Turbo with the GT9-R, and now have closely matched the numbers with the new TR-1000. Road testing was completed at the ATP testing circuit in Papenburg, Germany where the Porsche 911 Turbo TR 1000 reached amazing top speed of 392 km/h. Under the hood is where the beauty lies, with a flat-six cylinder engine and the addition of larger turbochargers. To accomplish that race speed the engine needed new camshafts, titanium connecting rods, crankshaft, larger intercooler, and of course ECU tuning. Underneath an aftermarket high performance exhaust system was installed, and the modified Porsche 911 Turbo produced a stunning 1000 hp and 1040 Nm of torque at 7800 rpm.
Even after reaching 392 km/h, the 9ff tuners believe they can exceed 400 km/h with an improved aero body kit on the Porsche Turbo TR 1000. At the track the car was superb with sprint times showing 0-100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds, 100-200 km/h in only 4.8 seconds, and 300 km/h in 8 seconds. To keep the supercar reliable at these high speeds, 9ff had to include a few aerodymanic parts to keep the wheels on the ground. Pictured here are customized side skirts, a new front splitter, rear diffuser, and rear wing. The suspension and braking system received new parts as well, including an adjustable coilover kit and performance brake kit.
It has been reported that a Greek millionaire had this Porsche 911 Turbo built for his 25-year-old girlfriend. Now we’re all asking why, and how long do you think this 130,000 euro sports car will last! If it’s true, hopefully she’s related to Danica Patrick or Sabine Schmitz, so she can handle these world record speeds.