ROOCK racing was a premier GT2 Porsche racing team about a decade ago. They have since switched gears and now focus their attention on tuning street Porsches. ROOCK’s latest creation is the 2009 Porsche RST 600 LM which was made to celebrate the team’s 1996 racing victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Package modifications to the Turbo include twin-turbochargers, titanium exhaust, proprietary fuel maps and engine management software. Plus, a carbon racing clutch for precise shifting and tuned suspension. Then for ultimate stopping power in the RST 600 LM, ROOCK put new cross drilled and vented 380mm rotors, carbon swivel brake lines and 8 pot calipers. The revolutionary new 4-pad design improves brake response while increasing brake control. Can you say insanity? The above upgrades allow the ROOCK RST 600 LM to produce 602 horsepower and a maximum torque of 611 lb-ft.Â ROOCKâ€™s Turbo does 0-60 in 3.1 seconds and tops out at 212 mph, while still claiming daily drivability.
The original ROOCK front splitter, rear diffuser and ROOCK Le Mans rear spoiler are all part of the new Turbo exterior. This exotic sports car has ultra light aluminum racing wheels with custom ROOCK signature carbon fiber caps where used on high performance tires.
On the inside of this luxury sports car the RST 600 LM carbon fiber trim, oil and temperature gauge, and a push start button. Four point harness seat belts give off the racing sensation in everyday driving. The going price is $249,000 but the ROOCK porsche will be hard to come by with only 25 per year being made. Our advice is try a waiting list…