Tuned 911 Turbo S Gets Loud on US Back Roads

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It might be old by Porsche standards, but the 997 Turbo S is one hell of a quick car.

With Porsche having now revealed the Turbo configuration for the new Type 991 generation of the 911, you might think that everybody in the tuning world has moved on from the old Type 997 in order to work with this latest and greatest 911. But the old girl still isn’t exactly what you’d call obsolete, and the following video shows a Type 997 with 620 horsepower running around on some back roads in what we’re assuming, from the license plate, is Massachusetts.

The car is fast as hell, and for fans of turbo whine, this is a video that is not to be missed.

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