German tuner mcchip-dkr has modified a Porsche 993 GT2. Power comes from a 3.6-liter bi-turbo engine.
German tuner mcchip-dkr has modified a Porsche 993 GT2.
Looking similar to RAUH-Welt Begriff super wide body 911s, power comes from a bi-turbo, 3.6-liter engine that has received a new engine block and rebuilt turbochargers developed by PUTZ Motorsport. The engine has an output of 604 hp (450 kW) and 847 Nm (625 lb-ft). CARGRAPHIC was in charge of the exhaust system including sport catalysts, while the limited-slip differential was provided by DREXLER.
It runs on RS wheels measuring 10x18 and 13x18 (front/rear) and has a KW racing suspension Competition Variant 3. Inside there are Recaro bucket seats, safety cage and several panels made from carbon fiber. Other notable features include a fire extinguisher, a STACK display with video system and data recording capabilities, along with a shift-throw reduction to the shifter.
The project required 800 hours of work and an investment of 200,000 EUR.