German Porsche tuner 9ff has revealed their new 9ff GTurbo 1200 based on a Porsche 911 (997) GT3 which has 1,200hp and 1,150Nm of torque making it one of the most powerful Porsches in the world. It only needs 3.3 seconds from naught to 100km/h and goes all way up to a top speed of 403km/h. And it is street legal.
It is powered by a 3.8 liter flat-six engine whose displacement has been increased to 3.9 liters. 9ff added a Garrett GT1200R turbocharger with ball bearings and water-cooling. A three-stage boost control is operated via buttons on the steering wheel, selecting from 0.8 bar, 1.2 bar and 1.6 bar hence adjusting the power output from 600 horsepower to a maximum 1200 horsepower.
The GTurbo 1200 uses a 997 GT3 six-speed manual with reinforced gears and strengthened 9ff slip differential. It also has the Automatic Full Throttle System and the 9ff Power Shift. The suspension is similarly matched using an adjustable 9ff / Bilstein suspension system with aluminum shocks, 60mm race springs, and rigid aluminum top mounts front, reinforced wishbone rear, hydraulic power steering and an adjustable stabilizer for the front and rear axles.
The powerful 911 rolls on 9ff alloy GTurbo wheels sizing 19×8.5 inches in the front axle and 19×12 inches in the rear axle shod in Continental Vmax tires. It also features a 997 GT2 PCCB brake system with Porsche supercup pads.