GT935-101 is a purpose built track weapon. Visually it’s a 935 K3. Inside it actually has many GT2 components such as a 3.8 TT built by Bob Holcomb, GT2 6 speed transmission and the complete double wish-bone 993 rear suspension module was expertly grafted into the 911 tub.
The engine puts more than 700 Hp at 1.2 bar, so there is no shortage of power. The car is very compliant and well balanced, the 3.8 TT will nail you to the seat while you’re pushing on the loud pedal. The braking is equally as impressive with the car being very stable under all braking conditions. Top speed is estimated over 200 MPH. This is a serious car.
Perfect for SVRA, HSR, SCCA, as well as track and DE days. Saddle up with the right team and this car will be competitive at the Daytona Classic 24.
Chassis – 1969 911
Body – GT935 K3
Engine – 3.8 TT, Carrillo Rods, Mahle Pistons, Updated Turbos with internal waste gates, Holcomb EFI with Zytec Engine Management. Mode Intercooler, Built by Bob Holcomb and freshened by Loren Beggs (911 Design) approx. 20 hour since freshening. over 700 hp at 1.2 bar, S-Car-Go Billet Engine Mount.
Transmission – 993 GT2 6 speed (internal oil pump) approx. 20 hour since freshening
Shifter – Redstone Performance
Seat & Belts – OMP WRC-XL, OMP Belts (new in 2017)
Front Suspension – ERP 935 Style
Rear Suspension – 993 Double Wish Bone
Dampeners – JRZ Double Adjustable
Brakes – Brembo Calipers, Pagid Pads
Wheels – BBS 18in (993 Center Locks)
Fuel Cell – 27 gal Fuel Safe (new in 2017)
Oil Tank – Redstone Performance
Oil Cooler – 935 Style
Air Jacks – Porsche Motorsports
Battery – Lightweight dry cell
Fire System – Fire Bottle
Paint – Gran Prix White
Location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
See listing: 1979 Porsche 935 White Atlantis Motor Group (from April 22, 2020)