The Porsches converted by Mletzko are based on the 964 series, the body of which is based on the F models, consists of newly designed carbon parts and is equipped with a 4.0 l engine and 369 hp, with a maximum torque of 398 NM.
During development, it was very important to us that we look at the whole car and not just modify parts of it, but look at every part that is available and consider whether it can be improved, replaced, or redesigned – and before all that every change is also approved by the TÜV. To this end, we involved TÜV Nord from the start and discussed and approved all of the changes we made with them.
700 parts redesigned
In this project planning, not only were the hinges, brackets and small parts newly designed by us and built in-house, but also the rims, licensed by the company Fuchs, headlights, indicators and another approx. 700 parts were replaced. In addition to the engine, one of the most demanding parts was probably the development of a new cable harness, which resulted in a weight saving of around 20 kg.
This is the new curb weight. With 369 PS and a torque of 398 NM, quite a saving. With the chassis, which is matched directly to the vehicle, the RS wheel carriers and the new wheel / tire combination, the car also cuts a fine figure on the racetrack.