In the very rare case you own and aren't satisfied with the performance of your 997-generation Porsche 911 GT2, lustily looking at the more powerful 997 GT2 RS of which only 500 examples were produced, the tuning minds over at O.CT. (OK-ChipTuning) have wrapped up a new package to give your toy that extra edge.
Dubbed Club Sport or aptly CS, the tune focuses on the 3.6-liter flat-six turbocharged engine hanging over the rear axle, adding, among other things, an Akrapovic racing exhaust system complete with manifolds and sport catalysts, a new ECU, and modified intercoolers sourced from the GT2 RS.
O.CT. says the upgrades add 148hp (150PS) over the standard GT2 (523hp / 430PS) and 59hp (60PS) over the GT2 RS (612hp / 620PS), for a total output of 671hp (680PS) and peak torque of 880Nm (649 lb-ft).
According to the tuner's data, the revised GT2 CS completes the run from 0 to 200 km/h (124mph) in about 8.4 seconds (stock GT2: 11.5 sec | RS: 9.4 sec) and from 0 to 300 km/h (186mph) in about 21.3 seconds (series GT2: 33.0 sec | RS: 26.7 sec).
From 100 km/h to 200 km/h (62mph-124mph), the GT2 CS takes just 5.1 seconds (series GT2: 7.8 sec | RS: 5.9 sec) and from 100 km/h to 300 km/h (62mph to 186mph) 18 seconds, which is said to be 5 seconds faster than the RS.
Completing the tune are new Ultraleggera HLT in 19-inch lightweight alloy wheels in Dunlop SP Sport Maxx tires and an original GT2 RS rear wing with LED stoplights.