Visually the 911 wears that familiar orange and blue livery, which you can have for €2,800 – or €3,500 if you want your sills and all visible edges covered, while the car now rides on fully adjustable Bilstein coilovers and a set of 19-inch O.Z. Ultraleggera alloy wheels.
When it came to upgrading the power, the guys from respected tuninghouse 9ff were called on to work their magic. Fitment of a lightweight exhaust system – including sportkats and headers, along with a larger intercooler, uprated fuel regulator, air filer and revised ECU software sees output from the twin-turbocharged 3.6-litre unit jump from 350 kW (470 hp) and 620 Nm to 478 kW (650 hp) and a limited torque figure of 800 Nm.
On the road 100 km/h happens in 3.8 seconds, with the journey from 100 to 200 km/h taking 6s and 100 to 300 km/h happening in 20.3s.
[Source: Cam Shaft]