Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport with 700 hp

Posted on 28. Nov, 2018 by in Porsche Canada

The 515 kW (700 hp) racing chronicle of a road-legal 911 GT2 RS sports automobile is singular to 200 units and can be run during clubsport events as good as comparison motorsport meets. “For a arriving years, a business will not usually competition a GT2 RS Clubsport on lane days though also during general engine racing events. We are now holding really prolific talks with a competition organiser SRO,” says Dr Frank-Steffen Walliser, Vice President Motorsport and GT Cars.

The record of a competition automobile from Weissach is formed on a high-performance 911 GT2 RS sports car, usually like in a 935, that Porsche denounced 9 weeks ago. Both share a same engine as their road-legal relative: a state-of-the-art 3.8-litre flat-six twin-turbo motor. Power from a back engine is eliminated around a rigidly mounted seven-speed Porsche twin purchase gearbox (PDK) to a 310-millimetre-wide back wheels. Like in all other racing versions of a 911, a motorist changes gears around ergonomically positioned change paddles on a steering wheel. The positioning of a engine behind a back spindle ensures glorious traction and braking performances. Six-piston aluminium monobloc racing callipers on a front spindle in multiple with internally ventilated and grooved steel stop discs with a 390-millimeter hole yield glorious deceleration values during a front axle. The back spindle is propitious with four-piston callipers and 380-millimeter discs.


911 GT2 RS Clubsport, 2018, Porsche AG

The record of a competition automobile is formed on a a 911 GT2 RS

Like a road-legal 911 GT2 RS, a 1,390-kilogram Clubsport chronicle is versed with PSM (Porsche Stability Management) including traction control as good as an anti-lock braking complement (ABS). Thanks to a supposed map switch positioned on a centre console, these assistance systems can be practiced alone or switched off completely, depending on a pushing situation.

The CO steering circle and a colour arrangement behind it have been taken from a 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 R model. A large reserve enclosure total with a racing bucket chair and a six-point reserve strap safeguard limit safety. Air conditioning provides optimal cooling of a interior.

Concept:
– Single-seater near-standard non-road-homologated competition car
– Basis: Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991.2)

Weight/dimensions:
– Weight: ca. 1,390 kg
– Length: 4,743 mm
– Width: 1,978 mm
– Total height: 1,359 mm
– Wheelbase: 2,457 mm

Engine:
– Water-cooled 6-cylinder aluminium twin-turbo rear-mounted fighter engine and firm suspension; 3,800 cc; cadence 77.5 mm; gimlet 102 mm; ca. 515 kW (700 hp)
– 4-valve record with camshaft composition and valve-lift switchover
– Vario-Cam Plus
– Electronic engine government (Continental SDI 9)
– DMSB-approved 100-cell steel catalytic converter
– Rear silencer with twin tailpipes mounted centrally

Transmission:
– 7-speed PDK gearbox with firm cessation and brief throw
– Dual mass flywheel
– Internal pressurised oil lubrication with active oil cooling
– Limited trip differential optimised for racing

Bodywork:
– Weight-optimised bodyshell in aluminium-steel combination design
– CFRP motorsport back wing
– Enlarged atmosphere inlets with integrated LED headlights in 4-point design
– CFRP roof with removable shun induce complying with FIA Art. 275a
– Lightweight CFRP front hood with discerning recover catches
– Removable CFRP back hood with discerning recover catches
– 115-litre FT3 reserve fuel cell, refuelling by a front hood
– Welded-in reserve cage
– Recaro racing bucket chair with longitudinal chair composition and stuffing complement in suitability with FIA Standard 8862/2009
– 6-point reserve harness
– Air jack complement (three jacks)
– Fire extinguishing complement with electronic recover unit

Suspension:
– Front axle: McPherson cessation strut; tractable height, cove and track, optimised rigidity with high-performance round bearings, centre-locking circle nuts; 3-way racing dampers, reinforced tie-rod; electro-mechanical energy steering with non-static steering ratio; blade anti-roll bar
– Rear axle: McPherson multi-link back axle; tractable height, cove and track, optimised rigidity with high-performance round bearings, centre-locking circle nuts; 3-way racing dampers, reinforced tie-rod, blade anti-roll bar

Brakes:
– Brake system: Two apart stop circuits for front and back axles; tractable around stop change bar system
– Front axle: Six-piston aluminium monobloc racing stop callipers with anti-knock-back piston springs; steel stop discs, internally ventilated with 390 mm diameter, racing stop pads, optimised stop cooling ducts
– Rear axle: Four-piston aluminium monobloc racing stop callipers with anti-knock-back piston springs; steel stop discs, internally ventilated with 380 mm diameter, racing stop pads, optimised stop cooling ducts

Electrical system:
– Instrument cluster consisting of COSWORTH ICD with integrated information logger, competition Chrono watch and boost sign in a selected finish
– Removable Porsche steering circle with change paddles
– PSM (Porsche Stability Management) with ABS, Traction Control and Electronic Stability Control (able to be totally switched off)
– Centre console with map switch to adjust a ABS, ESC, TC and switch
between preset tyre circumferences
– Porsche Track Precision Race App
– Integrated path trigger
– Lightweight lithium-ion (Li-Fe-Po-) battery, 60 Ah, leakproof, mounted in newcomer footwell
– Emergency cut-off switch in cockpit and outward left of a windscreen
– Tyre vigour monitoring complement (TPMS)
– Air conditioning

Rims/Tyres:
– Front axle: One-piece light-alloy fake wheels
10.5J x 18 equivalent 28 with centre-locking nut; Michelin ride tyres 27/65-R18
– Rear axle: One-piece light-alloy fake wheels
12.5J x 18 equivalent 46 with centre-locking nut; Michelin ride tyres 31/71-R18

Colour:
White water-based paint

911 GT2 RS: total fuel expenditure 11.8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 269 g/km

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