Porsche has revealed the latest 992 gen GT3 RS and already start taking orders from Porsche enthusiasts globally. People love the 992 GT3, they are fast, smart cornering machines but they are much thirstier about the GT3 RS. The debut of GT3 RS means that 992 GT3 has finished its official development, I am sure Porsche will not let any of us down. When they’re done, it’s time for us to work.
Porsche 992 gen is also known as “the sound killer”, as the regulation got much more restricted and inflexible, Porsche stuffed beefy catalytic converters onto the vehicles which made the cars sounds … not fast at all. So, here we are to let you know that here in Fi, we completed our development on the 992 GT3 catless headers and it’s ready to put into production anytime soon.
No more sound killing.
R A C E C A R should sound like a racecar no matter what, even you read it backwards. The new catless headers with our very own valvetronic performance catback will set both you and your GT3 to a world that haven’t been explored before. It’s passionate and intensive, as the GT3 should be. When OEM catalytic converters are removed, trapped air flow is finally unblocked, much smoother air flow brings horsepower increase and amplifies the soundtrack of Stuttgart’s finest speed machine.
But we didn’t just make it louder and faster.
Weight saving is one of the most crucial parts for motorsport. Fi 992 GT3 header weighs 9.71 kg, which is 29% lighter than the 13.6 kg OEM ones, our catback is 19% lighter (4.1kg). Full Fi Valvetronic performance exhaust system is 27% lighter than OEM system, it’s louder, faster, and very much lighter.
OEM Fi Ver.
Headers13.56kg(29.89lbs) 9.71kg(21.41lbs) (-29%)
Catback16.7kg (36.82lbs) 12.6kg(27.78lbs) (-25%)
Fi EXHAUST 992 GT3 system offers optional Fi PRO smart remote system and special exhaust tips in carbon fiber, titanium blue, diamond black, gold, and carbon fiber ceramic coating with black insert.
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This custom-made quad-exit exhaust system is in collaboration with ZACOE Team. Read more to see how we transformed the OEM into this masterpiece. Thanks to everyone who participated in this mind-blowing project.
Today we have a stock G82 M4 here, we’d like to show you how is the stock valved exhaust system functioning. Then, we will install Fi version of catback, the end section of exhaust where the valves are located. And we will show you the clip of this M4 installed with Fi catback with stock exhaust button and Fi catback with Fi PRO remote control system. The difference can easily be felt.
When was the first time you got fascinated by JDM? Was it when reading about it in magazines like Option or Top Gear? Or perhaps catching a JDM bug when immersed in a game or comic universe like the manga racing series Initial D? Or does anyone still remember the classic "Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift"? Whatever your initial exposure to JDM, I believe everyone had a wonderful and exciting time.