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Power upgrades offered on four-seater Porsche

Porsche tuning specialist 9ff has shown off its range of power upgrades for the Porsche Panamera Turbo, including a 641bhp option.

A regular Panamera Turbo produces 493bhp and 516lb ft of torque from its 4.8-litre V8 engine, but all three packages offered by 9ff increase both the power and torque.

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9ff’s base package it offers for the Panamera is the 9ffPT-55, which increases power to 545bhp and torque to 560lb ft. The 9ffPT-60 packages boosts power to 592bhp and torque to 599lb ft and the top-spec 9ffPT-65 package shifts power up to 641bhp and torque to 627lb ft.

These improvements are managed by a combination of new turbochargers, ECU upgrades, a sports exhaust system and a sports air filter. Performance figures have not been released by 9ff.

Styling changes have also been added by 9ff. These include new side skirts, a new rear bumper, a new front lip spoiler, a larger rear diffuser and four rear exhaust pipes. It has also added new 22-inch alloy wheels.

Interiors can be customised to suit individual tastes, but nor prices for any of the packages have been announced by 9ff.

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highland tourer 26 August 2009

Re: 641bhp Porsche Panamera Turbo

"Interiors can be customised to suit individual tastes..."

I'm sure they can!! Personally, pocket the change and buy something a little fun - Lotus Elise perhaps?!

Having said that, if someone is already thinking about purchasing a 911-with-an-identity-crisis-mobile, then go real mad and get a unleaded guzzling, stiff as a nail tuning option- knock yourself (and porbably also your passengers) out!!

blktoy 26 August 2009

Re: 641bhp Porsche Panamera Turbo

bangertastic wrote:
Who buys this overpriced rubbish?
Well maybe not people like you...................

philcUK 25 August 2009

Re: 641bhp Porsche Panamera Turbo

Give them credit for trying but all these various tuning firms are still falling foul of the age-old problem of faeces polishing difficulties.