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Porsche 911 GT3 RS PDK Owner Installs 10-Inch Subwoofers After Repainting Car

If you're one of those people who jumped in their seats when Porsche recently introduced the 911 R with a massive hole instead of the infotainment system, be prepared to cringe while reading this story. That's because we're talking about a 911 GT3 RS whose owner decided to do the opposite of a stereo delete.
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This Rennsport Neunelfer started out in life as a White car, using one of the standard colors for the model. However, its British owner asked Porsche Center Reading to help him bring the car to a custom spec. As you'll be able to see in the gallery below, the track weapon was stripped and repainted right after it was delivered. As for the wheels, these were given an uber-shiny finish, one that could trick you into believing chrome was involved (but this is not the case).

The result is a color the owner calls Worrange, with the first letter possibly having to do with his Instagram account (woppum). This isn't the first time a GT3 RS key bearer looks at Porsche's Lava Orange and thinks "hmm... I can do better," but the respray is only a part of the customization process.

Returning to the aural theme mentioned in the intro, we'll tell you this GT3 RS is currently sitting with a London-based audio specialist in order to have a new system installed. While the hardware is split between Morel and Alpine, the part that caught our eye has to do with the bits that don't replace the factory-installed system, coming as extras. We're talking about a pair of 10-inch subwoofers. These are being installed in custom carbon fiber boxes, which are placed in the area where a 911 Carrera would have its rear seats.

Before the opinion-splitting nature of this audio build determines you to point your finger at this guy, we want to mention he's far from being a stranger to high-velocity machines. In fact, he owns a car collection that has a slight problem, namely the lack of a LaFerrari to accompany his McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder.

 
 
 
 
 

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