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Porsche 911 GT3-Alpha Model 1/24 scale model car kit 

Porsche 911 GT3-Alpha Model 1/24 scale model car kit 

The Porsche 911 GT3 is a true gem in the world of sports cars. With its sleek aerodynamic design, powerful engine and exceptional performance, it has amassed a loyal fan base around the world. Now, with Alpha Model, enthusiasts can experience the thrill of building model cars with their very own 1/24 scale Porsche 911 GT3 model kit. The Alpha Model 1/24 scale model kit allows enthusiasts to immerse themselves in an immersive and rewarding experience.

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1.About 1/24 scale car model kit
We have a unique automotive theme. Satisfy your love for 1/24 scale model car kit to the fullest and restore your favorite car.
2.Photo-taken detail parts and decal information
We have unique detail parts and photo-etched decals with excellent workmanship and excellent effect. which can restore the details of the real machine.
3.About accurate modeling
The car data is accurate and refers to the dimensions of the actual car. and striving to achieve the most accurate restoration.
4.Model material information
The model uses good materials to minimize shrinkage problems and make the final effect more realistic while ensuring that the model is easy to save.
5. About after-sales service
Provide the most intimate additional parts service. so that your production has no worries.

The Porsche 911 GT3 is a high-performance homologation model of the Porsche 911 sports car. It is a high-performance model line, which began with the 1973 911 Carrera RS. The GT3 had a successful racing career in the series national and regional single-brand Porsche Carrera Cup and GT3 Cup Challenge, as well as in the international Porsche Supercup in support of the FIA ​​​​F1 World Championship.

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The “GT3” nameplate was introduced in 1999 as part of the first generation of the Porsche 996 model range (commonly known as 996.1[2]) as the homologation model for cars entered in the FIA ​​GT3 cup. Like previous Porsche 911 RS models, the 996 GT3 was focused on racing and therefore was free of elements that added unnecessary weight to the car. Soundproofing was almost completely removed, as were the rear seats, rear speakers, sunroof, and air conditioning, although automatic air conditioning and CD/radio became no-cost optional add-ons.

The engine in the 996 GT and Turbo distinguished it from the 996 Carrera models, as it shared nothing with the standard so-called “integrated dry sump” (i.e. wet sump) flat-six engine used in the water-cooled 996 Carrera engine introduced in MY1999 . The 996 GT’s engine is naturally aspirated and is based on “The Mezger” racing engine used in the 962 and 911 GT1 racing cars. That engine was known as the “Mezger” engine, named after its designer Hans Mezger. The engine uses the original 911’s versatile air-cooled dry sump crankcase, with an external oil tank. The 996 GT3 has 360 PS (265 kW; 355 PS), compared to the standard 996’s 300 PS (221 kW; 296 hp). In the GT3 configuration, this so-called “split” crankcase (i.e. the crankcase seam is on the centerline of the crankshaft) uses, instead of a fan and finned cylinders, separate water jackets added to each side of the crankcase to cool the banks of three cylinders with water pumped through a radiator. Therefore, the GT3 engine is very similar to the fully water-cooled 962 racing car engine, which is based on the same crankcase. The 962 differs, however, as it uses six individual cylinder heads while the “Mezger” (GT1 engine block) uses two cylinder heads, each covering a bank of three cylinders. The GT3 engine could therefore also be thought of as similar to a 959 engine, but with a water-cooled crankcase. Until production of the 2004 model year 996, the basic casting used for the GT3’s “Mezger” crankcase was the same as the 996 GT1 LeMans cars, and the same block part number “964..” is visible on the bottom of the base. As of MY2004, however, production was outsourced to Valmet factories in Spain, France and Austria, and all subsequent road-legal Mezger engines are coded “996..” (even the 997 generation).

Because the GT1 Mezger block uses the same legacy Porsche 356 engine to transmission mounting flange configuration, the 996 GT3 used a 6-speed manual gearbox also of air-cooled 911 heritage. This new G96/50 gearbox has interchangeable gear ratios and is ore durable making it more suitable for racing than the standard type 996 Carrera’s gearbox.

To bring the vehicle’s track-prowess to the maximum level, Porsche endowed the GT3 with enlarged brakes, a lowered, re-tuned suspension system, lighter-weight wheels and a new front bumper with matched rear spoiler to help increase downforce, thereby increasing grip.

Porsche offered a no-cost option for the GT3 called the ‘Clubsport’ package. This option replaced the standard electrically adjustable leather front seats with manually adjustable racing bucket seats finished in fire-retardant fabric, single mass flywheel, bolt-in half-roll cage, 6-point drivers racing harness (also replacing the standard side airbags), fire extinguisher (mounted in the front passenger footwell) and preparation for a battery master switch. The Clubsport option was never offered to US customers, ostensibly due to the additional DOT crash testing that would have been required to allow US sales.