Engine: Water-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine; 3,996 cc; stroke 80.4 mm; bore 102.7 mm; 455 hp (335 kW) at 7,800 rpm; max. torque 450 Nm; air restrictors 2 x 28.6 mm; max. revs 9,400 rpm; four-valve technology; dry sump lubrication; individual throttle butter-flies; fuel injection.
Transmission: Porsche six-speed gearbox with sequential jaw-type shift; oil/water heat exchanger, single-mass flywheel; hydraulic disengagement lever; three-plate carbon-fiber clutch; rear wheel drive; limited slip differential 45/65 percent.
Body: Monocoque body (based on 911 GT3 RS) of hot-galvanized steel; aerodynamically optimized front end with front spoiler; aerodynamically optimized front underfloor; adjustable rear wing; 90-liter FT3 safety fuel tank with fast filling function; air jack; welded-in safety cage; race seat (driver’s side only) with flame-retardant upholstery; six-point seat belt adapted for use of the HANS Head and Neck Support; electric fire extinguishing system.
Suspension: Front McPherson spring strut axle; Sachs four-way gas pressure dampers; double coil springs (main and auxiliary); front axle arms adjustable for camber; adjustable sword-type anti-roll bar; power steering. Rear multi-arm axle with rigidly mounted axle sub-frame; Sachs four-way gas pres-sure dampers; double coil springs (main and auxiliary); rear axle tie-bar reinforced and infinitely adjustable; adjustable sword-type anti-roll bar. Complete suspension infinitely adjustable (height, camber, track).
Brake system: Brake system with balance bar control. Front single-piece six-piston aluminum fixed calipers; inner vented, 380 mm diameter; racing brake pads. Rear single-piece four-piston aluminum fixed calipers; inner vented, 355 mm diameter; racing brake pads.
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Electrical system: Motec display with integrated data recording; multi-function display with integrated gearshift indicator; adjustable traction control; battery: 12 volt, 80 Ah, 140 Ah alternator.
Weight: 1,220 kg
Price: 410,000 Euro country-specific value added tax
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