Switzerland’s Sportec has released its latest package for the Porsche 911 GT2, which includes a range of power mods, aerodynamic enhancements, plus chassis and suspension tuning. As if the 997 GT2 wasn’t powerful enough, the “Swiss made” performance pack lifts output to 750hp (560kW), resulting in a 0-100km/h (62mph) time of just 3.2 seconds and a top speed in excess of 350km/h (218mph).
The engine conversion kits come in four different flavors, offering power upgrades ranging from 600hp (450kW) in the ‘Stage 1’ kit to the full-blown 750hp in the ‘Stage 4’ range topper. For its most powerful upgrade, engineers reprogrammed the car’s ECU, added a pair of Sportec’s own turbochargers, new titanium connect-rods, sports camshafts, high flow exhaust kit, a sports air-filter and an upgraded clutch.
To further improve dynamics, the developers added a high-performance braking system with six-piston callipers and brake discs ranging from 350 to 380mm. A sports suspension kit is then fitted, including firmer springs and new shock absorbers. Visually, the Sportec 911 GT2 remains much the same as the original but features a new front spoiler and rear wing to aid downforce at high speeds plus 20in alloys.