Porsche 993 GT2 Turbo 3.6 Widebody MC600 by mcchip-dkr

Porsche 993 GT2 Turbo 3.6 Widebody MC600 by mcchip-dkr
Porsche 993 GT2 Turbo 3.6 Widebody MC600 by mcchip-dkr

604 hp and 847 Nm

German tuner mcchip-dkr has modified a Porsche 993 GT2.

Looking similar to RAUH-Welt Begriff super wide body 911s, power comes from a bi-turbo, 3.6-liter engine that has received a new engine block and rebuilt turbochargers developed by PUTZ Motorsport. The engine has an output of 604 hp (450 kW) and 847 Nm (625 lb-ft). CARGRAPHIC was in charge of the exhaust system including sport catalysts, while the limited-slip differential was provided by DREXLER.

It runs on RS wheels measuring 10x18 and 13x18 (front/rear) and has a KW racing suspension Competition Variant 3. Inside there are Recaro bucket seats, safety cage and several panels made from carbon fiber. Other notable features include a fire extinguisher, a STACK display with video system and data recording capabilities, along with a shift-throw reduction to the shifter.

The project required 800 hours of work and an investment of 200,000 EUR.

Source: mcchip-dkr
Published Dec 27th, 2012 4:20pm By Adrian Padeanu
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StewartSorensen StewartSorensen
It might bee cool to re-tune old models like this 993 or make them attractive again via tuning. But when i look at the bodywork finnish in these images it is really not attractive, it looks unfinished and very clumsy. If i did not know better i would properly think that i was made as a single persons tuning project. The overall shape and muscular profile added is very subjective if one likes or not. I think one should make the questions; "does it add value to the car ?" and "does it make it desirable?" / said in another way if you happens to own a 993 GT2 would you really dream of having this tuning done to it ?.
Dec 29th, 2012 8:00pm
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AlikMalix AlikMalix
I like RWB, very much. I have a few magazines with their cars featured. But, this not so good as far as body kit goes. Somehow RWB works on looks - this doesn't if you gonna compare wide body to wide body - they're different..
Dec 28th, 2012 11:26am
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xLumino xLumino
WCF-Guys come on... "looks similar to RAUH-Welt Begriff" not really. Rauh Welt made it more potential, more racing, more proportional pervers ^^ but you simply have to compare fotos to not see any similars only that a 993 GT2 seems the base for the styling. Whould be the same to say a Speedart looks like a Gemballa... Other then. It looks ..hm...what...let me say: it's a 993 GT2, so it looks brilliant at all, but the tuning isn't that amazing. Why?: the front with the modern art of flap-type dosn't fit the 993. there whould be a more simpel designed one better. And the car needs proper sideskirt for such an widebodykit. other then it looks like low price tuning without a sence of final design - design-language for the whole car. Other the it is good. Nice to see another company is investing in tuning for older sportscars and the specs are brutal respectful. Nice to see and good luck with it
Dec 27th, 2012 8:17pm
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GTurbo GTurbo
At last! An Old-Skool 911 to wax lyrical about! Funky-cool Carrera! It should give a Bugatti Veyron something to think about in a 0-100mph drag race!
Dec 27th, 2012 4:44pm
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Joao Oliveira Joao Oliveira
This is a copy of a RWB porsches made by Nakai-san in Japan
Dec 27th, 2012 4:35pm
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LeeBee LeeBee
If you mean the wheel arches, they're genuine Porsche 993 GT2 items, they were being manufactured five years before the RWB company was even started. Who copied who?
Dec 27th, 2012 7:48pm
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