This is a project we have just recently started. Hopefully the Porsche purests out there will approve. One thing nobody can deny is the fact that an LS7 powered 944 will be a beast on the track.
We started by stripping this car to the shell and removing as much un-needed weight as possible. After this point we will start pre-assembly which is basically assembling the car and making sure everything fits and works as it should. This phase insures that once we are done making sure everything works together flawlessly. Afterwards, we disassemble the car once again and then all components get painted and finished off so when final assembly takes place, every piece of the puzzle goes together as it should. This is sure to be a very exciting project so stay tuned.
Our clients vision with this GT3RS was to build a street legal racer. This project was completed in 30 days start to finish. We installed 997 cup centerlock hubs, Formula 43 cup center lock wheels, JRZ suspension, Guard LSD, Akropovic exhaust, Brembo floating rotors, Pagid race pads, CMS custom weld-in rollcage, cup car airjacks, SPA Novec fire system, Racing radios communications, Recaro Profi racing seats, Chasecam DIVA data acquisition with video and a 997 cup 100 liter fuel tank. Formula 43 wheels worked with us on this car to build their first set of cup centerlock wheels.
This is an early RSR bodied 911 that we just finished for a client in southern California. It was a car that he had always been in love with but owning a real 1973 911 RSR was not in the cards. The next best thing was to build one based on the look of the original with a bit of a modern edge. As our client put so elequently, he wanted to create a Dr. Jeckyl presentation with Mr. Hyde performance. To achieve this there had to be substantial alterations, deletions, and modifications to bring it all together.
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