Power upgrades offered on four-seater Porsche
25 August 2009

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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25 August 2009

What took them so long? Gotta love them German tuners!

25 August 2009

What they really need to do is add some rigidity; a huge one piece stainless X crossbrace across the roof and down over the windows into the wheel towers. Then replace the engine with a turbine and a can-am style rear spoiler to cope with 2000hp. Oh and some stickers..

25 August 2009

Yawn.

Who buys this overpriced rubbish?

The ride quality on those 22" wheels must be hideous.

25 August 2009

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

26 August 2009

[quote bangertastic]Who buys this overpriced rubbish?[/quote] Well maybe not people like you...................

26 August 2009

"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!!

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