At the back, we have a 3.6-liter flat six that has received a 50-mm PMO carburettor with open air filters and is mated to a G-50 transmission. The long list of tech mods also includes goodies such as a limited-slip differential, as well as a braking system borrowed from a 964 generation and upgraded.
Inside the car, we find a roll cage, a sports steering wheel, a a pair of bucket seats, but not too many goodies, as this project is solely dedicated to going fast: dp Motorsport dressed the 1973 911 in the dp11 ES 2011 body kit, which also uses carbon fiber parts, and replaced glass with Plexiglass.
The connection to the road is established using a set of lightweight alloy rims that come in 15-inch size and use tires with a size of 225/50 (front) and 345/35 (rear).
The vehicle has been put on a serious diet, receiving a carbon fiber underbody, roof panel, as well as coming with multiple parts built using light material, which allow it to tip the scales at only 870 kg (the original car weighs between 10,80 and 1,335 kg, depending on the options).