PP-Performance released a video showing how a tweaked Porsche 911 Turbo is making a world record. The car covers the ¼ mile for 9.8s! The tuning company has put some more oomph into the probably most known Zuffenhausen sports car forge family member. After the engine intervention the serial horsepower numbers have been significantly raised. Precisely, the Porsche 911 Turbo produces 520 hp (382 kW) and maximum torque of 660 Nm (487 lb-ft) without the tuning.
The "surgical intervention" (as the professionals call it) into the engine techniques include PP-Performance Digital Racing Box, IPD intake plenum, 3-to-1 headers, downpipes, x-pipe and BMC high performance air filters. The result: the 911 Turbo model is capable of producing 670 horsepower (493 kW) and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) of optimum torque.
But more importantly, this power boost gave the opportunity for the team to reach impressive acceleration values. In details, the car can now cover the 0-60 mph sprint within 2.5 seconds instead of the serial 3.4 seconds. This literally means that the 911 Turbo's acceleration time equals with Bugatti Veyron 16.4.
In addition, the car also made a speed world record, which you can view below. Instead of 11.1 seconds of the serial version, the 120 mph limit is reached by PP-911 within 8.2 seconds. In addition, the 9.8 seconds world record in the corresponding class for the ¼ mile on dragstrip is also no wonder! See for yourself:
Video Source: YouTube