The new Porsche 991 GT3 and its RS variant are making a lot of noise these days and rightly so. But if you want a GT3 Porsche for track work, you can get a lot more for your money by going aftermarket than getting the latest factory model. KAEGE Porsche GT3 Clubsport is what will give you that value.
Based on the 997 generation, the Porsche GT3 Clubsport by KAEGE GmbH is called by its makers the “perfect track tool” which is a fairly accurate description of what this car is all about. They have boosted the power the output, removed the unnecessary weight, and tightened up the chassis to make this old GT3 a formidable weapon for the track day warriors.
The 3.6 liter engine in the Porsche GT3 Clubsport is upgraded to 415 horsepower thanks to stuff like racing headers, 200 cell catalysts and modified air filter. To help the transmission handle the power the tuner has also fitted a Sachs racing clutch and a single mass flywheel. The steering system is also modified for better accuracy and less weight.
All these high-performance parts are also lighter than the ones they replace in the GT3. But the weight saving is not limited to those. KAEGE has also gone for a lithium-ions battery and RS rear window, shaving another 20 kg. Last but not least, they installed a set of red coated ATS superlight rims with Michelin Pilot Cup2 tires and KW Clubsport Variant 3 coilovers, both of which reduce the unsprung weight of the car further.