Porsche branded cars are considered to be the perfect cars by a lot of persons. But what does a Porsche owner has to do if he wishes to add more personality to the vehicle he is driving? He goes to GMG (Global Motorsports Group), a company that has quite a long history in Porsche GT3 Cup Racing. As a matter of fact, GMG is known as the leader of Porsche modifications.
The Porsche 911 GT3 can now be improved with the GMG World Challenge Track Package. This means engine upgrades, updated gearboxes and software optimization. The GMG team has modified the 911’s gearbox by using a GMG CUP LSD package with intermediate clutch packs and updated ramps. As a result, the supercar has a numeric shifter, Cup car cables and a GMG urethane transmission mount.
The Porsche 911 GT3 GMG World Challenge Track Package also benefits of new front and rear bumps and toes kits, RSR thrust arms, adjustable thrust arm brushings, new Endless Sport brake pads and nicely improved brake fluid. When it comes to the exterior, the Porsche is equipped with GMG 130R forged monoblock alloy wheels and a front splitter borrowed from a cup car that races for supremacy.
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