The Porsche 911 GT2 of the 993 series is still a priceless dream for many. A vehicle that partly shared the technology of the 959 and that was partly responsible for the end of the era of Porsche's air-cooled six-cylinder engines. And the specimen from the pictures is such a rare 993 GT2, at least almost. Because the basis is "only" a 993 Turbo, which, however, has been converted into a GT2 according to all the rules of the art. The vehicle comes from the team of madlane, from Okayama, and the unique piece is even better than the original in some respects. The 993 series was launched in 1995 and unlike previous versions of the 911, Porsche had developed around 80% of the vehicle from scratch. Especially the undercarriage (Light alloy multi-link suspension) and the powertrain received extensive modifications.
Porsche 911 (993) Turbo GT2
Madlane's interpretation of the GT2 has an all-round lavish Carbon fiber body kit including fender flares and new aprons front and rear. This is joined by a beautiful new wheel set. Installed are specially made, three-piece Speedline rims, which impress with a polished rim bed including visible screw connection and a rim star painted in classic silver. And under the hood? There sits the well-known 3,6-liter boxer engine, which of course received extensive modifications. These ensure approx. 50 hp more power, which is particularly true of the original GT2Engine control unit is involved.
Kuehnle, Kopp & Kausch Turbos
And to complete the GT2 package, the turbochargers have been replaced with Kühnle, Kopp & Kausch turbos from a real GT2. Countless other details like the massive Lowering, the central red one towing, the XXXXXL-rear wing, the sports brake system with their red saddles and the perforated discs as well as the chic details in the interior round off the one-off. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use our Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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