2013 Porsche 997 GT3 by Cam Shaft review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 3 September 2013 , 12:09:18 byVeronica

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Porsche 997 GT3 by Cam Shaft

In the world of the auto tuning you have two options: either you are a very good specialist, either you don’t exist. The challenge between the tuning firms becomes greater and greater as car brands manufacture more and more attractive vehicles. Cam Shaft is a German car tuning firm that has a strong desire to excel in the field. No matter if we are talking about full or partial wrapping, coating protection foilings, car styling themes, Cam Shaft is the best of all teams. And their latest project is based on the Porsche 997 GT3 that wears the Martini logo.

And to have a detailed idea about what tuning the Porsche 997 GT3 means, here are the scorings that Cam Shafts wants. For the pearl white paint scheme the client has to pay 2,400 EUR and if he wants the Martini theme, he needs to take out of his pocket another 900 EUR. For some extra 750 EUR the door edges and entrances are also covered, and some additional 480 EUR will bring a new set of powder-coated matte black rims. But the result is just great.

If the client still has some money left in the wallet after the exterior tuning, he can opt for an engine upgrade, too. This way, the Porsche 997 GT3 is still powered by the same six-cylinder 3.6-liter engine, but instead of producing the stock 415 HP (305 kW) it can no generate 435 HP (320 kW). This entire job costs 1,899 EUR. And of course the cherry on top is the KW variant 3 coilovers for improved handling. Well, you do the sum and then decide if the tuning is worth its money.