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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Porsche 911 Cabriolet: Driving report of the 910 bhp mod by 9ff

A very different driving report here with 9ff's 910 bhp powered Porsche 911 Cabriolet. Why? Continue to read.
There is a bizarre form of social awareness, too. If you speed up and down the wrong section of road, you can expect to find the Polizei waiting for a chat -- alerted by the locals.

Having done just that in 9ff's 910-hp -- yes, really -- 997 Cabriolet, I was confronted with a very gruff man in uniform. At least he gave up after speaking fruitlessly in German, relenting only to tell me in ice-cold English that they had ways of checking my speed.

Now that simply wasn't true, but it sounds right when a man with a heavy moustache and a firearm is telling you. He really wasn't happy.

Of course I had seen them coming and trundled back well below the 70 kph (43 mph) limit I had barely registered before. It felt like a walking pace, and it was on a straight road, but I still felt like I had invaded their nation the way they reacted.

It was always going to be tricky to keep this piece of 911-based firebreathing lunacy out of trouble as it was. It has enough raw power to make the tires spin on the rim at speeds of up to 150 mph.

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Source: Jalopnik


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