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Euro GT3

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1999 GT3 Clubsport (Mark 1)
  • Future cars
    BMW Z8
  • Former cars
    1992 Carrera RS Clubsport
    2002 GT3 Cup (ex-Stippler/Farnbacher)
  1. For anyone considering MOTON's (and they are indeed great) there's only one guy/shop to consider to do the work: Chris Cervelli at Premier Motorsport in Denver (chriscervelli@msn.com); (303) 341-7666. Besides being a winning IMSA & PCA driver, he's done more R&D on the 964RS, 993RS/Cup, and 996 GT3/Cup than most entire race shops. He also does consulting/crew work for The Racer's Group and many others. He's done my 964RS Clubsport and GT3 Clubsport -- we just put a full GT3 Cup suspension in my GT3 CS and man what a difference on the track (keep in mind its a dedicated track car onl
  2. I would agree with Greig that unless you are a Supercup team driver, you will NOT outdrive the brakes on Mark 1 GT3. I have a GT3 Clubsport (first/only one in the USA) and am an experienced/winning racer in the Porsche Club here in the US (also having driven a GT3 Cup last season as a point of comparison). Run Motul fluid (instead of ATE Super Blue) and Pagid "Black" pads (I have literally melted Pagid Orange's where they crumble). Don't believe the wives tales that the Blacks are hard on your rotors -- that's bollocks! The Black pads will handle heat over 1000 degrees F. The 330mm rotor
  3. Barchetta - if you want an honest opinion, you'll waste your time/money doing a GT3 conversion because nobody will want to buy it when you're ready to sell it. No only will you need to change the drivetrain, but also the suspension and braking system to the 350mm calipers, etc. You're talking about a boat-load of time/cost/headache and then you've gotta do the aero kit and wheels (another $10K) if you want it to "look the part." Instead of spending $45K+, why not just dump your 996 for $40K now and put the additional $45K with it and buy a 2004 GT3 for $85K -- there's a nice Speed Yellow ca
  4. Dr. Carrera - you will not see the prices on the GT3 Clubsports drop, to the contrary, they are RARE and in demand, so they may increase in price in the near term. I just imported the first Mark 1 GT3 Clubsport into the USA (track use only) and I can tell you that even with my travelling to Europe frequently and working with a former Supercup team manager to find a good car -- it took 6+ months to find a car for 63.000 Euro's (all others were as much as 70.000 Euro's). I think you should go for the car if you like the colour and the condition of the car (have your Porsche Centre check it
  5. Jim - when I read your post I had to join this forum/site. That's no rumor about a 1999 GT3 Clubsport joining PCA Stock C because I just checked my garage and sure enough, the car is sitting there ready to race. Well almost, we're dyno testing a GT3 Cup exhaust on the car next week -- then it will be ready to race. I'm the owner of the car -- but it didn't arrive until Oct 12, so how did you hear about it a month in advance such that you posted this query in Sept 2005? Spooky. Check out my website at www.euro-rs.com and you'll get a better understanding of my side hobby of importing rar
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