3D printed RC Porsche 911 GT2 997

3Dprinted RC Porsche 911 GT2 (997)

3Dprinted RC car BUILD POST (LEGACY Chassis!)

How to build a custom 3Dprinted RC Porsche 911 GT2 (997)?

This is how we did it. With our LEGACY Chassis v.6.2

Porsche 911 GT2 (997)
3Dprinted Porsche 911 GT2 (997)

A German legend again! Everybody is familiar with the basic curves of the classic 911 shape. This time it’s painted as a Highway Patrol speed enforcement.

As always we let you be the judge to tell how well we could capture it.
Our aim was to get it as much authentic as possible.

Building Video

Download body kit
STL files archived with WinRAR


Chassis v.6.2 (Porsche 911 GT2 997)

This is a Legacy Chassis! Click to v.6.3

Chassis dimensions

Front Wheel Track170mm
Rear Wheel Track180mm

We’ve changed the slideable concept for a fixed one, because we realized those kind of U profiles are hard to get. In the name you can see v.6.2 this means it is the start of the 2nd generation after the U profile based sytem

Parts List of Chassis v.6.2 (2nd generation)

Screws and nuts:
M4x40                   1 piece          + M4 nut
M4x25                   2 piece

M3 ball joint         8 pieces
M3x30                   2 pieces        + 2x M3 nuts
M3x50                   2 pieces        + 2x M3 nuts
M3x25                   2 pieces        + 2x M3 nuts
M3x40                   2 pieces        + 2x M3 nuts
M3x10                   2 pieces
M3x20                   2 pieces
M2x12                   39 pieces
M2x16                   8 pieces
M2x20                   11 pieces
M2x8                     4 pieces

Download CHASSIS
STL files archived with WinRAR


The whole design is made for scale 1:10
This is our third model’s self-developed Chassis.
It’s quite, sturdy now as it can be jumped with

Threaded rods:
M4    2 pieces    47mm long
M3    2 pieces    15mm long
M3    2 pieces    11mm long

D8x4     2 pieces
D2x38   4 pieces

4x10x4       4 pieces
5x11x5       6 pieces
10x15x4     2 pieces

3D printing settings we used

3D Printer: Zortrax M200 plus
Technology: LPD
Used material: ABS filamen
Slicer program: Zortrax Z-SUITE

Infill: 20%
Recomended layer height: 0.19 mm
Support was set automatically by the program


RC car gearbox


Non-printed parts and general INFO of 3Dprinted Porsche 911 GT2 997


rc car suspension Porsche 911 GT2

hole to hole distance: 55 mm
get it on ebay

Rocking arm screw


2mm nail 35-40mm long. Threaded (DIY), used as a screw. Note: Spring washer used!


RC car wheels

Fastrax scale 1:10 Tyre diameter is: 65 mm Product number: FAST0078GM
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Ball cups for steering


4mm ball  with 3mm screw thread.


model factory

 Feetech FS5103B
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Wheel adapter

Tamiya: 53056

Rear Drive Shaft

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3d printed cars

Tamiya: 51216 TA05 
A front drive shaft must be shortened 

Flange lock nut


Tamiya: 53024


HSP 94103

Bewel gear inlet

this is the inlet gear to the differential

TG10 Wheel Axle 2 pcs

set for 3D printed RC car
Tamiya 50823 wheel axle

Tamiya: 50823

4x10x4 bearing 

Front wheel bearing
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5x11x5 bearing

Bearing for gearbox
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10x15x4 bearing

2 pcs for the differential

Motor 540

  7.2 – 12 V , 20.000 rpm

Police lights

siren for RC cars. Police lights

Product name: AX-501MC
Multi-function Ultra Bright LED Lamp
Get in on ebay

Filling unwanted cracks

Tamiya: 87053
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Chassis assembly Video

Here’s a full assembly video of the actual chassis. Enjoy 🙂

Most used tools


Scalpel for removing print support. Keys for screws. Every kind of Rasps to get the surface smooth and even.

Most Used Parts for Assembly

Super glue

Both Gel and Liquid ones. Use GEL when putting parts together. When it holds use LIQUID on the surface.

Super glue for assembly

Glue Gun

It’s adhesive sets very quickly. We used it only inside the body kit, because on the surface leaves nasty traces.



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