Trundling around, the RS isn’t any more punishing than a regular GT3, which itself isn’t that far off a standard-issue 911. At 70 mph, the RS’s 75-decibel reading actually matches that of the Carrera S. To turn up the volume, stomp the accelerator on your freeway cruise and what sounds like a Kansas thunderstorm moving across the prairie rumbles out of the titanium exhaust system. Every rip, every blip, every pull of the engine serves as a call to prayer, a reminder of how cars can transcend their simple function to bring joy. That flat-six behind where the rear seats are in a normal 911 is a mood-altering device. It is the most special element in a car made almost entirely of special elements. Zing the 4.0-liter to 9000 rpm and 102 decibels come through, a big 14 decibels louder than a Carrera S. We should mention to potential buyers that from about 8000 to 9000 rpm the engine sounds like a table saw having a debate with an armoire.
With all of that being said, taking this GT3RS to the next level, it has also been outfitted with a set of center lock 20×9 / 21×12.5 Brixton Forged PF7 Aerotech series wheels finished in Kingsport Grey (Fine Texture). Enjoy.
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- VehicleGreen Porsche GT3RS
- Wheel Style / Config.Brixton Forged PF7 Aerotech
- Wheel FinishKingsport Grey (Fine Texture)
- Wheel SizeFront: 20" / Rear: 21"
Tags: Blue Porsche GT3RS, GT3RS, 911 GT3RS, PF7 Aerotech