Carbon parts for Porsche 997 GT2
posted on: Feb 14, 2009 on category: 911

sportec carbon parts Carbon parts for Porsche 997 GT2
The material that dreams are made of is possibly the most precious material of today’s and the future world of automotive engineering. Carbon fibres are more rigid, sturdier and, above all, much lighter than comparable metallic materials used for construction. With regard to its molecular structure, carbon is closely related to the diamond – which has fascinated mankind since time immemorial.

The reasons for the fact that carbon has been shrouded by mystery from the very beginning are quite obvious. The material was first used in spaceflight and then in military engineering before it found its way to the world of auto racing.

Therefore, the carbon look – which, by now, is also used inside the cockpits of a great number of luxury automobiles – provides any vehicle with a particularly sporty and precious touch.

Sportec now offers you a large range of carbon components which already are ready for serial production – e.g. Porsche 997 GT2 – Whether just coated or made entirely of carbon – thanks to this material, almost any wish can become reality!

sportec carbon gt2 Carbon parts for Porsche 997 GT2

Some of the Carbon parts Sportec has available are:

4-piece center console
Middle air outlet nozzles
Side air outlet nozzles
Door entry panels
Gear knob
Handbrake lever
De-icer jets
Frame bar around gearbag
Steering wheel ring
Piece between the armrest
Door opener
Door longitudinal strips
Storage compartment lid in the door panel
Doorknob in the door panel
Air intake
Exterior mirror covers

Comments

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August 29, 2010

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Owen Bell
October 7, 2010

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December 4, 2010

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