2016 Edo Competition Blackburn based on Porsche 911 Turbo S

2016 Edo Competition Blackburn based on Porsche 911 Turbo S

By Arthur Demi via Edo Competition

Quick Specs

Power 672 HP

Torque 880 Nm

0-62 mph 2.7 sec.

Top Speed 341 km/h

Edo Competition Blackburn based on Porsche 911 Turbo

Officially measured on the high-speed oval ATP Papenburg last Friday.

Achieved top speed: 341.21 km /h. Thus, the fastest Porsche 991 Turbo in the world!

After one year of development and challenging tests on Nürburgring Nordschleife and other racetracks, edo competition finally realized the performance upgrade with the combination of resized turbochargers, sport intercoolers, modified intake and exhaust and optimizing the software of the original engine and gearbox management.

672 HP (494kw) are achieved by the edo competition power kit. With a maximum torque of 880 Nm in over boost, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h under 2.7 seconds (stock 3.2 seconds) and top speed of 341 km/h (stock 318 km/h) the edo competition Porsche 991 Turbo S shows its muscle.

Newly developed and extra low weight, forged 21 inch edo competition rims equipped with 245/35/20 Continental Sport tires in the front and 325/25/21 in the back. Perfect design and highest stability are obvious.

Also edo competition offers an upgrade for optimized drivability with especially developed springs to increase the driving fun and to achieve a lowering of up to 30 mm.

To round it all up with the perfect sound background, the stainless steel build exhaust does the job. The brute sound is achieved through the newly constructed silencer in combination with trimetal sport catalysts - Racing feelings guarantied.

Special features like meshes for front bumper inlets, colored brake calipers and individualized interior reflect a perfect design for all those who have always been looking for something special.

For all speed fans the final question: Is the edo competition Blackburn faster than the 918 Spyder?

We will find it out ...

(Edo Competition)

Edo Competition Blackburn based on Porsche 911 Turbo S