Porsche 911 2.8 RSR Aufbau
The reconstruction was completed using the basic structure of an F-model from 2004/2005.
It has a valid DMSB log book with 5 event entries.
The underbody protection was removed, the body bead blasted and then professionally treated and painted at a bodywork specialist. This is also where all of the reconstruction work for the 2.8 RSR was carried out.
The vehicle was coated externally, internally and on the underside with acrylic lacquer.
The only new welded parts were the two lock pillars.
At the front, new metal wings with enlarged plates were produced. At the rear, RSR plate metal extensions were fitted and the outer edges of the wings were moved.
The oil cooler shaft was manufactured and a holder for the catch tank fitted.
The vehicle has a catch tank made out of VA steel with dash 6 fittings.
The strut brace is made out of stainless steel, while the RSR holders are welded at the front and strut reinforcements have been fitted at the rear.
A matt roll cage was welded on the straightening bench, while the door cross brace, knee bar and seat belt harness bar were welded in place and the belt rings were welded to the floor.
Reinforcements were fitted to the axle tube because of the mounting of the transmission in the rear floor section.
Cadmium plating was newly added to the chassis parts.
The 3.0 litre engine with dual ignition and flat slide valves delivers approx. 300 hp.
An extra oil pressure lamp was fitted. The cable harness was newly produced.
Both clutch cylinders have been newly fitted. Rigid engine mounts made of duraluminium were fitted at the rear.
A 350mm quick-release locking Momo steering wheel was fitted.
An OMP racing seat and an approved six-point seatbelt have been fitted.
3-piece 9.5 x 17 and 11.5 x 17 BBS wheel rims were fitted to the vehicle.
The aluminium axle guides were bead blasted. All chassis parts were embedded in polyethylene plastic. All wheel bearings have been newly fitted.
The dual spring suspension is from the company H&R. The front suspension struts are positioned 10mm higher like in the RSR and the pitman arms are offset. The rear springs can be replaced without dismantling the shock absorbers. The uniball strut bearings at the front have been mounted eccentrically. The steering gear is from a Turbo and has been fitted 10mm higher using spacers. The 23mm rear stabilizer has uniball mountings.
The rear brakes are from the Turbo 3.3 litre with Pagid yellow brake pads. A brake pressure reducing valve has been fitted for the rear braking circuit. The vehicle has a brake booster. A new main brake cylinder from a Turbo 3.3 (0 km) has been fitted. The brake lines are fitted in a braided steel hose. In the rear braking circuit, there is a shut-off valve that acts as a handbrake for the rear brakes. An electric vacuum pump has been fitted for the brakes.
The front oil cooler is new and is connected to the oil cooler line with a braided steel hose.
The drive shafts are new from a model 964 and have been modified to fit the rear axle.
New chrome plating has been applied to the door frames and other chrome-plated parts.
The pull-out front and rear window frames are new.
An aluminium plate has been fitted in the small boot for the battery.
The battery connections are bolted in place.
The vehicle’s electrical system has been newly designed with a push button to start the vehicle, 1 switch for the light, 1 switch for the fan, 1 switch for fuel pump I, 1 switch for fuel pump II and an emergency stop switch acts as the on/off switch.
A fuel pump has been fitted to the tank down on the front axle to provide the catch tank with fuel.
The pump for old RSR engines has been fitted to the catch tank (3 connections).
The ventilation shaft was manufactured.