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A retouched by Edo Competition Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Edo Competition is a German preparations company dedicated to “retouch” high-end cars to give you that plus of personality that often makes them lack some Supercars. Perhaps the 911 991 Porsche GT3 RS is not one that most needed to increase its sporty, but even so, the following modifications feel him well to this German.

The CEO of the House of preparations is called Edo Karabegovic and is a genuine fan of the brand Stuttgart, so much so it allegedly has three Porsche 918 Spyder in property.

As we see in the pictures that accompany us in this article, which receives the 911 GT3 after passing through the hands of the guys from Edo Competition is more circuits than public roads. We already know that the stock version marketed by Porsche is very dynamic and aggressive, but this preparation reminds us of a car of “only circuits”.


The objective of these changes is not only to increase the visual dynamism, but also improve performance with some optimizations in the air ducting. If we look closely, we can see air vents that incorporate the front fins to improve flow in the area of tyres and brakes, to receive new pipes in the rear area of the side.

The bodywork can be requested both in glossy black and Matt Black and we can also install a package of carbon fiber , which includes, among other things, the grids of intakes of air and rear spoiler in this lightweight material.

Edo Competition did not want to “get wet” to increase power to the boxer engine 3.8-litre naturally aspirated yielding 500 HP at full capacity. The preparer have thought that they are sufficient and that it is not necessary. With a touch of distinction enough them.

We remind that the Porsche 911 GT3 RS in its bodywork 991 is one of the Supercars more fun, powerful on the market and focused on their use in circuits, but approved for public roads. You don’t want to be a comfortable car nor quite acceptable to travel, simply wants to be fast and make the driver feel at a racing car; and you get it.


Via | Motor1

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