The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is not an easy car to improve upon, seeing as it's the fastest production 911 even in the car's illustrious history, but Sportec has decided to take a stab at it anyway. There wasn't much to be done in the way of aerodynamics, but the SP 800 R wears new front and rear spoilers made of carbon fiber. Power has been increased to 789hp, which is not an easy thing to do, and the engine has been extensively modified to produce this number.
New turbochargers were fitted as well, along with new intercoolers, exhaust and an ECU remapping. This kind of power is good for a 3.1 0-62mph time as well as a 205mph top speed. The 19-inch standard GT2 RS wheels have been replaced by 20-inch central locking Sportec Mono/7 alloys. Rounding the project off is a new suspension setup with a 25mm lowering.