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Gemballa GT550 - Tuned

Because the 997 Turbo is just way too slow

Feb 22, 2007
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For those lucky enough to be driving a new Turbo, Gemballa has completed its tuning program for history's quickest production 911. How does a claimed 550 bhp and 575 lb-ft of torque sound? Gemballa indicates that 60 mph can be reached in under 3.8 seconds (3.6 with overboost), along with a new top speed of 197.6 mph. The Turbo GT550 engine program attains these values through application of a power kit comprising a complete new stainless steel exhaust system that will doubtless piss off the neighbors, including metal sport catalysts, and a modified engine management system. The full Monty includes a coilover suspension, 20-inch Black Edition alloy wheels and a comprehensive aerodynamic kit--including the `I got your freakin' spoiler right here' rear wing perched on the decklid. There's also a new sport steering wheel and, naturally, various interior trim options that can be tailored according to the customer's taste. Tempting, wouldn't you say?

www.gemballa.com

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