Porsche tuning specialists 9ff have released a high performance kit for the Porsche 997 Turbo dubbed the DR700. The name for this package was inspired by the total power output in PS, and 9ff always offers top of the line parts for Porsche enthusiasts. To accomplish the 700 PS and 870 Nm of torque, the tuners had to upgrade the headers, install new sport catalytics, air filter, new intercoolers, a tuned ECU, intake manifold, 9ff turbochargers, new camshafts, and tweak the transmission.
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The Swiss tuners from Mansory are ready to impress all the visitors at the Geneva Motor Show with this new Porsche 997 Turbo. Fresh from the Mansory tuning lab is the latest package for the 997 Porsche series with an upgraded turbo kit. Performance figures were not released yet, but we do know it received a nice aero kit to change its style. Included in the kit is a new front skirt and splitter made of carbon fiber, a redesigned rear end with rear skirt, and a carbon fiber rear wing to further improve the aerodynamics.
The world renowned tuning company SpeedART has released a new custom program for the Porsche 997 Turbo called the BTR II 580. The name stands for Bi-Turbo-Racer, and is the second generation of Porsche tuning completed by SpeedART. This new project is based off the 2010 Porsche 977 Turbo that comes with a 3.8-liter engine and a PDK gearbox. Improvements under the hood increased the horsepower by 80 and brought the torque up by 120 Nm. This was accomplished with aftermarket parts such as a modified motronic sports exhaust system with 200 cell catalytic converters along with the standard ECU tuning.
If you’re a tuning addict who loved the cars at the SEMA Show, but prefer more European models, then the 9ff Porsche 997 Turbo Speed9 debuting at the Essen Motor Show is for you. The Essen Show in Germany always has the top of the line European makes and models on display, so don’t miss out if you’re nearby. This Porsche 997 Turbo has been inspired by the legendary 356 (circa 1955) with roots coming from the 997 Turbo cabrio. Featuring the 3.6-liter twin-turbo, 9ff was able to obtain 650 hp from the stock 473 horsepower. The 6-cylinder sports car received an aftermarket exhaust, ECU tuning, and a new catalytic converter. These are impressive numbers for some simple modifications, and the tuners didn’t stop there.