PORSCHE 911 CARRERA RSR 3.0 / PORSCHE MUSEUM ZUFFENHAUSEN

The 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 represents the last and powerful version of the RS series that began with the Carrera 2.7 the previous year. Conceived exclusevly for racing, the RSR 3.0 is powered by an engine with open intake trumpets, butterfly valves, camshafts taken from the Carrera 6 engine and mechanical fuel injection, with the maximum power reached at 8.000 rpm. A racing gearbox tranfers the power to the rear wheels. The break system originates from the legendary Porsche 917. As for the body it's all about lightweight, cooling and downforce: thin-gauge steel panels, the front spoiler with an air inlet for the oil cooler, wide fenders with air vends for the brakes, a large rear wing, side and rear windows of light and thin glass.. From autum 1973 -1975 Porsche Motorsports builds 69 units of the RSR 3.0.

Model Year:1973 / Engine: 6 Zyl.-Boxer / Displacement 2994ccm / Power Output: 330 PS

 

 

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