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Porsche 911 (992) RSR Street for Assetto Corsa

Porsche 911 (992) RSR Street for Assetto Corsa

This stunning Porsche 911 (992) RSR Street Assetto Corsa mod would be another great addition to your collection.

Yet another fine Assetto Corsa mod, this Porsche 911 (992) RSR Street by FX is up there with the best in my opinion. First take a look at it, its a race car with a great interior. I could pick many locations to take this out in Assetto Corsa, LA Canyons incoming.

Creators Notes: 


  • 992 GT3 w/ Custom GT3 RSR Bodykit
  • Custom 992 GT3 Style Rear Spoiler + DRS
  • Custom Rear Taillights & Sequential Turn signals
  • Tuned for Track Performance at 540HP | 540Nm


  • Encryption = NO
  • RainFX + Working Wipers
  • LODs = NO (Simplygon Error)
  • Fully Working Digital Cluster
  • Android Auto
  • Extra Button A = Left Door
  • Extra Button B = Right Door
  • Extra Button C = Glowing rear ‘PORSCHE’ logo
  • Extra Button D = Rain Light


  • Shoutout to Adriaan Suy (MNBA) for the base 3D model of 992 GT3

Download Here: FX Porsche 992 RSR Street (V1.1)

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