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The final high-performance level: H&R sport springs for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS!

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The final high-performance level: H&R sport springs for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS!

With the GT3RS, Porsche is once again proving that Stuttgart not only masters popular sports, but also has razor-sharp track tools that are street legal. What could be more natural than ushering in the final stage with a set of H&R lowering springs. Thanks to the resulting lowering of the vehicle's center of gravity, the forged wheels on both axles are around 10 millimeters lower in the wheel arches. Visually, the measure appears to be of a piece, but can also be experienced: the lower center of gravity and the typical H&R spring characteristics pay off in terms of driving dynamics with a particularly “stable lateral position” and even more bite when turning. All H&R products are “Made in Germany” and always have the necessary parts certificates. Further information can also be found on the H&R social media channels: Facebook  ➤Instagram  ➤Twitter  ➤YouTube.

The final high-performance level: H&R sport springs for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS!

H&R suspension components for Porsche 911 GT3 RS

  • 2WD, type 992M
    – including Weissach package
    - from year of construction 2022
  • Lowering springs
    – including Weissach package
    - from year of construction 2022
    - Item no .: 28554-1
    - Lowering: VA / HA approx. 10 mm
    – Price (RRP): EUR 1.782,62 incl. 19% VAT.

The final high-performance level: H&R sport springs for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS!

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The final high-performance level: H&R sport springs for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS!
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