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Reiter Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 R-EX

The name reflects the aim: the Reiter Gallardo FL2 GT3 receives a far-reaching and comprehensive facelift, ‘Extenso’, just like the Spaniards would say. The innovations do not only include looks and sound, but also handling and engine: The rear of the Reiter Gallardo EXTENSO is significantly wider. The rear aluminium side panels are replaced by new carbon fibre rear quarter panels. At the same time, the rear axle track width is increased by a whopping 13 cm using new wishbones. As a result, the maximum... permissible car width of 205 cm is achieved and thus ensures significantly better handling. An improved torque curve is achieved by using race camshafts. Simultaneously, the new Mahle pistons reduce fuel consumption and increase the reliability. New front headlights, the rear lights and the considerably wider carbon rear give the Gallardo an aggressive appearance, which resembles the Reiter Murciélago R-SV GT1. Last, but definitely not least: the sound. “The surprising and at the same time overwhelming popularity of our SaReNi Camaro GT3 showed us that for motorsport fans at least a great sound and aggressive looks are crucial for a GT race car,” explains Hans Reiter, owner of the race and tuning stable Reiter Engineering. “The REITER Gallardo EXTENSO must and will portray these features more predominantly. With this in mind, the sound development is at the top of the new specifications along with the visual packaging.”

 

Reiter Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 FL2

Based on the new 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo road car, the REITER GT3 FL2 Race car has been significantly improved. The engineers at REITER have focused on the development of the all new, highly efficient aero kit, consisting of a new front splitter, rear carbon diffusor and a fully adjustable rear wing. With a victory at the 12hour race of Budapest and a 2nd place at the 12hours of Sepang, the REITER GT3 FL2 in its first year has proven it ‘s got excellent long distance performance capabilities. This is mainly due to its impressive 24-hour brake system, improved engine cooling and reduced fuel consumption. Compared to its predecessor the car now weighs 25kg less, giving it stunning power to weight performance and incredible handling.

 

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Partners of Reiter Engineering

  • Holinger Europe
  • Internetx
  • Wolf Theiss
  • Brauerei Schoenram
  • Hohenbergevent
  • Ravenol

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