Cam-Shaft Gives Porsche 911 GT3 Martini Power

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Classic livery and a power boost is all the 997-gen GT3 ever needed.

The iconic Martini Racing livery first appeared on a Porsche in 1968. That was the 906, and later adorned the 917 and Carrera RS, with the latest model to get the delicious decal being a new 911 GT3 Cup set to be piloted by Sebastien Loeb in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. This particular 997-gen 911 GT3 has also been given the Martini look courtesy of Cam-Shaft, who foil wrapped the Porsche for 4,050 Euros. The transformation wasn’t entirely cosmetic, however.

By optimizing the car’s ECU, output can be boosted from 415 to 435 hp, for a price of 1,899 Euros and handling was improved thanks to KW coilover suspension. A set of original GT3 rims finished in powder-coated matte black can also be fitted for a mere 480 Euros.

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