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by Adam Lynton
Los Angeles based tuner reveals its latest project for Stuttgart’s most potent supercar.
Until Porsche introduces the 991 GT3 RS sometime next year, we'll have to make do with the current generation Porsche GT3 RS. No bad thing if tuning houses such as Royal Muffler continue to introduce styling packages such as this. The package is called "Satin Blue," a nod to the car's cool body wrap, made up of satin blue combined with satin grey and satin white racing stripes. To reduce weight, the car's rear wing has been replaced by a new carbon-fiber one taken from the GT3R Hybrid, while the car sits on a new set of center lock BBS alloys.
The wheels are finished in black powder coated paint and wrapped in Toyo R888 tires, while the factory ceramic brakes have been replaced by a new set of Brembo Type III Two-Piece Floating Discs, which are specifically designed for track use. The interior is left untouched save for painting the roll cage.