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Three Porsche 911 GT3 RS PDKs Are Better than One, a Track Tuning Story

Here's a challenge for you: find somebody who lusts over the Porsche 911 GT3 RS PDK (this part is a piece of cake), but who hasn't gotten tired of the uber-expensive and limited availability part of the Rennsport machine.
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In fact, you can scrap that, as we have a digital cure for this dark side of the track special Neunelfer. This comes from the image gallery, which shows three such Zuffenhausen machines together.

We'll list the three shades seen here in the order of their rarity, which obviously means we'll start with the Lava Orange launch color, followed by the eye-catching Golf Blue. However, the most striking color here seems to be the Grigio Telesto Metallic.

And we'll focus on this Paint to Sample GT3 RS - while all three track toys have recently visited Californian motorsport and aftermarket specialist GMG Racing's facility, the company has only revealed the tuning bits added to the Grigio Telesto machine.

Given the eye candy details mentioned above, we'll mention that the GMG rollcage fitted to the Porscha was finished in a similar color, while the key came color-coded from the factory. Oh, and let's not overlook the Schroth six-point GT3 harness and the quick release fire extinguisher.

The list of GMG parts also includes an exhaust system involving a center section, as well as high-flow cats, so the 4.0-liter flat-six occupying the rear of this 911 can fully express its feelings and emotions.

Then there's the icing on the tech cake, namely the GMG track alignment - as we explained on previous occasions, this does away with the factory understeer safety zone, allowing the GT3 RS to channel its tail-out urges. It goes without saying that such a mechanical shenanigan is not a piece for any driver, so make sure you learn your way around rear-engined machines before turning to such stunts.

 
 
 
 
 

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