Nardo God 9ff transformed the already extremely sporty car into one of the fastest and most powerful street-legal sports cars in the world. We are talking about a Porsche, of course and to be more precise, about a Porsche 911 Turbo TRC 91, a model that is capable of producing 910 BHP and 672 lb. ft. of torque. This amount of power enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.10 seconds and to reach a top speed of 243 mph. The output is then sent to the wheels through a modified double-clutch gearbox. As a convertible, the model is able to produce 780 horsepower and can reach a top speed of 237 mph. This is actually the absolute world record since 2006. Its 3.6-liter bi-turbo boxer was modified almost completely to be able to develop so much power.
What is it? It has 910 bhp and 672 lb-ft, takes only 3.10 seconds from 0 to 62 mph and offers a top speed of 243 mph, made possible by the modified double-clutch gearbox that goes with it. In the form of a convertible, with unbelievable 780 bhp resulting in 237 mph, it holds the absolute world record since October 2006.
A Supercar, Polished Up
Right, it must be a Porsche. But not just an ordinary one, no, it is the new Porsche 911 Turbo TRC 91 created by Nardo God 9ff. The artists from Dortmund turned the already extremely sporty bolide into one of the fastest and most powerful street-legal sports cars around the globe.
The supercar`s 3.6-liter biturbo boxer` engine was modified in great detail. Not only two special turbochargers increase the performance, but also the sport air filter, larger injctors, modified cylinder heads and a stainless steel exhaust system with special manifolds as well as high-performance catalysts, and, finally, an extensive increase in engine displacement resulting in 4.0 liters. All modifications are perfectly harmonized by means of the reprogrammed engine control unit.
More Air for Everything
Thanks to the modified racing front grill, the engine is provided with more air while the brake cooling has been improved by - discrete - additional air intakes. A boot lid made of carbon allows a maximum weight reduction to 2865 lbs. Optimum performance is brought to perfection through revised aerodynamics enhancing the powerful Porsche`s driving stability while creating an atmosphere of even more dynamic elegance. The monstrous inner workings, however, do not reveal themselves that easily to a layperson. The experts at 9ff confined themselves to a slightly lower front apron and elegant 20-inch wheels with a larger braking system.
New and shapely front spoilers, side skirts and redesigned rear wings add to the aerodynamic kit while the elegant and aerodynamically enhanced exterior mirrors are the crowning glory of the whole.
To sum it up, the 9ff Turbo TRC 91 was made for those among us who are real gentlemen - it is a decent horsepower werewolf.
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