Street-legal Porsche 911 RSR by Champion Motorsports

21 Jun 2012 12:52 pm | Cars, Porsche

If you’re one of the lucky owners of a Porsche 911 (997) the guys from Champion Motorsports have prepared an awesome upgrade package for the 911 Turbo S that will surely take your breath away. They’ve taken a 2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S and transformed it into a street-legal Porsche 9111 GT3 RSR.

They haven’t just added a few bits and pieces, and configured a few electrical systems and the onboard computer, but practically turned the car upside down and have rebuilt it almost completely.

For enthusiasts, the massive list of parts they’ve replaced and added consists of: carbon fiber RSR bodywork, straight-pipe exhaust, new suspension arms, RSR sway bar, factory RSR floor undertray, 2 VTG turbochargers and a whole plethora of parts custom crafted from carbon fiber, like brake cooling ducts, front floor panel, inner fender aprons and wheel-well housing.

The large number of transformations the car has gone through translates into a power output of 575 HP and 625 lb-ft of torque at the wheels.

In addition, as chassis upgrades, the guys at Champion Motorsports are including three sets of Champion Motorsports magnesium wheels for $30,000 and four-way adjustable Ohlins coilovers for $15,000. The final price tag for all these is a whopping $399,900 – definitely not for the feint-hearted and small-pockets.

[GTspirit]