One Porsche 911 GT3 equipped with a few word modifications Manthey ran a 6 minutes, 55th round of Nurburgring Nordschleife. 4.19 seconds faster than the time set by a stock 911 GT3 in year 2021. And European customers can now get the Manthey Performance Kit which enables improved lap times.
Whether you’re parting your hair science set Nurburgring Lap time or not, one thing’s for sure: The Manthey Performance Kit makes the 911 GT3 look pretty good. But the modifications are not just deep in the skin.
Of course, aerodynamics is an important part of it. Manthey achieved the higher downforce on the front axle of the 911 GT3 with a larger front spoiler along with side skirts and spoilers and modified air intake under the car. BILLIONhis hind wings are also wider – for airline, sure, but I like to think it also emphasizes that the 911’s rear styling is inimitable. The wheels also got the aerodynamic treatment: Check out the carbon fiber discs glued to the rear wheel, a 1980s turbofan jet made me develop an unhealthy fixation.
They were very good!
In terms of components, Manthey Kit mainly focuses on suspension. Porsche and Manthey have developed a four-way adjustment device noisyThe setup process is suitable for 911 GT3, with adjustable struts that don’t require any tools to dial. This hanging set increase front spring rate 10 percent and seven percent in rear.
All told, aerodynamic add-ons and upgrades suspension helped 911 GT3 run four second faster in Green Hell. But that extra performance won’t come cheap. The Manthey set will cost the eye-catching €37,911 (or $40,376 at current exchange rates) in Europe, excluding taxes. Oh, but the kit comes with a pull ring. Talk about added value.
Pre-orders for the Manthey Performance Kit are now open in Europe and Porsche expects customers to receive the vehicle this fall. Currently, this kit is not available to US buyers, but Porsche says it is considering a US release. Please, at least give us those aerodiscs.