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Edo Competition Modified Porsche 911 Turbo S: Blue Arrow Edition

One more time the name of Edo Competition Motorsports stands for professional high-performance glorified modification. The German tuner baked something new for us and it seems delightful. A prototype of the 911 Turbo S, a sports car that it is already difficult to improve. Similar to the one they mastered once, this one is denominated as Blue Arrow, with the great honor of being the fastest in the world.
The 911 Turbo S Blackburn, which was the previous individual creation, was tested and demonstrated to be a savage that generates up to 669 horsepower. The challenge presented when Porsche announced that they have updated all its lineup and that would suppose more opportunities to the tuning specialists.

A completely redesigned Porsche 911, created under the watch of this team, features an exotic appearance and pretentious power. For these and many reasons, you might be interested in the data we are going to share with you.

Agile as Lighting

The Blue Arrow was built, as you might notice for its body, with the same powerful base that the Porsche 911 Turbo S has. In the current setup, this model generates up to 553 lb-ft of maximum torque. This power output makes possible an outstanding acceleration of 2.9 seconds to reach 100 km/h and 9.9 seconds to reach 200 km/h. Now imagine what he can do with its 675 horsepower, coming from its 3.8-litre Boxer Biturbo powerplant, developed between 2,000 and 4,350 RPM.

The steering adjustment is now perfect: precise and communicative as the normal Turbo S. Its roaring sound, product of the cutting-edge turbo system, don’t make the interior too noisy. There is a true harmony.

The secret behind the improvements made to this masterpiece is in the new engine management system and some complex modifications and weight reductions that saved, at least, 60 kilograms.

Serious Looks

The 20/21-inch tires, front and back respectively, come from the own Edo production, just like the suspension that lowers its height about 30 millimeters closer to the ground. Combined with an agiler exterior and a lighter battery, the carbon fiber that was added to the front hood got highlighted in the same way as they did with the GT3 RS.

Edo Competition took something that worked flawlessly and took it to the very next level, improving every single aspect and transforming a formidable sports car into something even better. This team has invested some serious time doing these fine-tuned machines and with each professional work completed, they equipped the latest technology out there. For sure, their customers are grateful.

It’s logical to say that the German team knows how to tune a car in order to make it look and run like a real racecar. Tested on the Papenburg Oval Circuit among many others, the Blue Arrow achieved a top speed of 344,17 km/h.


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