Now available for auction is this 2006 Porsche 987 Cayman S. Transformed by the specialists at Rennsport-One in 2014 with no-expense-spared on maximizing safety and performance, this 987 features a 3.6L flat-six engine with the factory X51 Power Kit along with a sequential shifter mechanism, new MCS 2-way adjustable coilovers, GT3 lower control arms, additional oil coolers, a lightweight clutch and flywheel, Bosch Motorsports M4 ABS system, BBS wheels, a lightweight racing interior and much more. With limited track time since the completion of the build, this race-ready Cayman S is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Georgia.
This Cayman S sports a removable matte black vinyl wrap and ghosted Martini racing livery along with a GT3-style front fascia, lightweight Lexan windshield, and an adjustable Crawford carbon fiber rear wing. The car rides on a set of 18” BBS E88 3-piece wheels dressed in Pirelli racing slicks. The 3M vinyl wrap was applied in February of 2021 and the original color of the car is Arctic Silver Metallic.
Inside, the cabin has been largely stripped out and fitted with racing safety equipment including a 10-point chassis-welded Chromoly roll cage, a Recaro Hans driver’s seat, a Sparco 6-point harness, and a fire suppression system. The driver is supplied with a quick-release OMP steering wheel, carbon fiber control panel, a cool suit system, and MoTeC CDL3 Club digital dash display and data logger.
During its racing conversion in 2014, this Cayman S was fitted with a 3.6L flat-six engine by Porsche Motorsports North America including the factory X51 Power Kit, a GT3 throttle body, a performance ECU tune, and packable exhaust. The original 6-speed manual gearbox was retained and paired with a Cartonic Motorsports sequential shifter mechanism, performance shift linkage, an Aasco Motorsport lightweight flywheel, a new Sachs race clutch, and an Auto-Blip system. The suspension has been upgraded with MCS 2-way adjustable coilovers, 900/750 spring sets, GT3 lower control arms, GT3 inner joints, an RSR subframe, and reinforcement tie-ins for increased rigidity. Other upgrades include additional oil coolers for the transmission and steering fluid as well as a power steering underdrive pulley and Bosch Motorsports M4 ABS system. The car has been routinely serviced by ACI Motorsports.
This 987 will be accompanied by a bill of sale. For any enthusiast looking to get out on the track, this highly competitive Cayman S is ready to be enjoyed for HPDE sessions, PCA events, NASA, IRL, and more.