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Bodymotion 1.75 dom roll cage w/ Nascar basket
Bodymotion billet oil sump and oil control system
OMP HTE and WRC seats on sliders, Schroth harness
Aim MXL Pista dash w/ smarty cam and memory key
Fabspeed race exhaust w/ headers
BMC air filter
JRZ RS Pro shocks, GT3 control arms, TPC Sway bars
Bodymotion crank and power steering under drive pullies
Center Radiator, diff cooler with fan, pwr steering cooler
Numeric shifter, removable steering wheel, hook, Rennline pedals and tow hooks
Pagid pads, stainless lines,GT3 brake cooling
SPA 6 nozzle electric fire suppression system
CCW 18 inch wheels
H class or perfect for new Spec Cayman series with PCA, NASA, SVRA, HSR, SCCA.
Nicely developed car, track ready, fresh gearbox w/ Guard diff and cooler
Many new or recently replaced parts for preventative maintenance. PCA race log book. One owner car.
Engine is Porsche stock and was replaced 2 DE seasons ago. In great condition. Body Motion's sump system completely
eliminates the need for any other oil "remedies". Car has a stock ECU flash as per H and spec Cayman rules. With a
tune and IPD, etc this car would really scream. Same situation for the Aero, a nice wing and splitter would be
great but as the car was run it needed to fit a certain spec. Plenty of room to grow with this car. It makes a
GREAT advanced DE car or competitive entry level racer with enough upside to keep a driver entertained for years to
come. This car has been exceptionally well maintained with many many new parts.
Fuel tank is stock but has a modified filler neck and vent valve. (fuels very quickly). Runs on pump gas.
Spares included with the car:
One set of 18” CCW Wheels
350HP Evolution Motorsport Kit
Cool Shirt System
Engine was rebuilt in 2011, when the car was converted to a race car.
2012: 6 Races weekends (12 Races, 6 Qualifying session, 24 Practices all at .5 hours = 21 hours)
2013: 6 DE (4 hours/DE= 24 hours)
2014: 6 DE (4 hours/DE= 24 hours)
2015: 6 DE (4 hours/DE= 24 hours)
93 hours on the engine
Street Mileage: Car was a street/track car before being converted to a full race car in 2011. The mileage was
somewhere in the 60,000 mile range.
What has been replaced:
Differential: Guard Limited Slip 2010
JRZ 2 way shocks 2011, rebuilt 2014
Fabspeed headers 2011, replace 2014
Both Front lower control arms 2015
New rear axles: 2015 (one boots had a tear in it)
All receipts for work done available.
2006 Porsche Cayman on 2040-cars
Frenchtown, New Jersey, United States
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Auto blogSun, 27 Apr 2014 13:29:00 EST
Porsche 911 GT3 owners in the United Kingdom are up in arms, but it's not for the reason you might think. Okay, well it sort of is. See, it's been fairly well documented that 911 GT3 owners have had their cars grounded over concerns that the engines could catch fire. Porsche is rushing to build and install replacement engines in all 800 or so cars, scattered around the globe.
This isn't really the issue. The problem for these British owners is compensation. While the car's have been grounded, car notes still need to be paid. To deal with this, American GT3 owners are being paid $2,000 per month. German owners get 175 euros ($242 at today's rates) per day while a GT3 owner in Dubai is allegedly receiving $12,000 (it's unclear if this is a lump sum or a monthly payment). Basically, if you aren't able to drive your six-figure super car, you shouldn't have to pay for it. Seems reasonable regardless of the make.
British owners, though, aren't being compensated, and for 30 to 35 owners, that's not acceptable. They've banded together and are led by Sunil Mehra.
Purists often criticize Porsche for creating products like the Cayenne, Panamera and recently launched Macan, saying they dilute the true sports car spirit of the brand. It's an argument we've heard before, and one we counter with two points. First: No they don't. And second: These are Porsche's volume superstars, and the money they rake in allows the company to create dozens of versions of its well-liked sports cars. Want proof? Have a look at the gallery above, where you'll see four new versions of the 911, all with GTS badges on their rumps. This means Porsche now offers 19 versions of the 911. Nineteen.
Porsche offered a GTS version of the 911 in its previous generation, and this new one seeks to slot somewhere between the standard car and the hardcore GT3. It's available in coupe and cabriolet forms, with either rear- or all-wheel drive, starting at $114,200, *not including $995 for destination. The GTS Cabriolet comes in at $126,100, while models equipped with AWD will set you back $120,900 or $132,800 for the coupe or convertible, respectively.
All GTS models get the 430-horsepower version of the Carrera S' 3.8-liter flat-six with the Powerkit, which also includes the Sport Chrono package and the sport exhaust. If equipped with the PDK dual-clutch transmission, the 911 GTS will hit 60 miles per hour in just 3.8 seconds (or four seconds flat, if you've got the Cabriolet) - one tenth of a second quicker than the normal Carrera S. The car's top speed varies, depending on trim or transmission, but Porsche says the car will hit anywhere from 187 to 190 mph, flat out.
Porsche has never been afraid to introduce variants of its cars. However, its even higher spec, next-generation 911 GT3 RS may be delayed from its planned launch this summer while the engines in the standard GT3s (pictured above) are replaced.
A delay isn't certain, but executives want to make sure the high-strung mill is no longer a problem before they press forward with another model using it. Germany's Auto Motor und Sport asked Porsche CEO Matthias Müller about pushing back the launch, and he responded that it was too early to say. The company's current focus is making sure the engines get fixed and working on internal measures to prevent this kind of flaw in the future.
When fires claimed two 911 GT3s in Europe, Porsche initially stopped the model's sales and asked owners to stop driving them. It finally diagnosed the blazes as being caused by a loose screw on a connecting rod, which then resulted in crankcase damage and an oil leak. The company is replacing the engines on all 785 affected cars. A source told Autoblog that under 200 customers were actually affected, and the other cars were either at port or dealer lots. Hopefully, the recall doesn't postpone the road-going GT3 RS too far because we want to see what Porsche has up its sleeve.