Porsche 917 K racing 2 3D model
Porsche 917 K racing 2
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The Porsche 917 K, also typographed Porsche 917K is a racing car developed by Porsche and its sports subsidiary Porsche KG Salzburg to compete in the Sport category of the Western Automobile Club and the International Automobile Federation. . She took over the Porsche 917 and became the first Porsche in history to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970.
The German prototype is entered for the first time in the race, on the occasion of the 1,000 kilometers of Buenos Aires2.
The 917 K wins the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1970. This is the first victory in the overall classification of the Porsche manufacturer at the** 24 Hours of Le Mans*. The following year, she won the **24 Hours of Le Mans* again, as well as the 1,000 kilometers of Buenos Aires.
The 12-cylinder flatbed engine develops approximately 600 hp at 8,400 rpm and a peak torque of approximately 57,2 kg.m at 6,400 rpm
Aluminum tubular frame (1970) Magnesium tubular (chassis No. 052 and No. 053) Front Suspension Triangles stacked, combined with titanium coil springs and Bilstein gas telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar Rear suspension Two lower arms, one upper arm and two longitudinal thrust legs, combined titanium coil springs and Bilstein gas telescopic dampers, anti-roll bar Motor name Porsche Type 912 Displacement 4,494 cc, bore x stroke: 85 mm x 66 mm 4 907 cm3, bore x stroke: 86 mm x 70.4 mm 12-cylinder atmospheric flat configuration Engine position Rear center Number of reports 4 or 5 Bosch electronics (ignition) Fuel system Rubber tank of 120 l of gasoline Braking system Disc brake, full or perforated, ATE or Girling 4-piston calipers Closed cockpit Weight 800 kg Dimensions Length: 4 120 mm Width: 1,980 mm (1970), 2,080 mm (1971) Height: 940 mm Front / Rear Tracks: 1,526mm / 1,564mm (10.5 or 12 rims) Front / Rear Tracks: 1,533 mm / 1,584 mm (15 or 17 rims)