Super Street Network

 |   |   |  Project Porsche 951

Project Porsche 951

1986 944T Specifcations

Pablo Mazlumian
Sep 2, 2003
{{{1986 Porsche 944}}} Turbo Specifcations
(Sources: Car and Driver, Dec. 1985 issue (or from Road & Track, Mar. 1986 issue when stated)
Vehicle type: front-engine, rear-wheel drive, 2+2 passenger, three-door coupe
Base Price (1986): $29,500
Engine
Type: turbocharged and intercooled four-in-line, aluminum block and head
Bore x Stroke: 3.94 x 3.11 in, {{{100}}}.0 x 78.9mm
Displacement: 151 cu inm (2479cc)
Compression ratio: 8.0:1
Engine-control system: Bosch Motronic with port fuel injection
Turbocharger: KKK
Waste gate: {{{Porsche}}}
Maximum Boost Pressure: 10.9 psi
Valve gear: Belt-driven single overhead cam, hydraulic lifters
Power (SAE net): 217 bhp @ 5800 rpm
Torque (SAE net): 244 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm
Drivetrain
Transmission: Five-speed
Final Drive Ratio: 3.38:1
Gear Ratios, top speed:
1st: 3.50, 39 mph (6400 rpm)
2nd: 2.06, 67 mph (6400 rpm)
3rd: 1.40, 98 mph (6400 rpm)
4th:1.03, 133 mph (6400 rpm)
5th: 0.83, 157 mph (6100 rpm)
Dimensions
Wheelbase: 94.5 in.
Track, f/r: 58.1/{{{57}}}.1 in.
Length: 166.5 in.
Width: 68.3 in.
Height: 50.2 in.
Ground clearance: 4.9 in.
Curb weight: 3,040 lb (Project 951 weighed in at 3,070 lb w/ full tank of gas)
Weight Distribution, f/r: 50.7/49.3%
Fuel Capacity: 21.1 gal.
Brakes
Front: 11.7 x 1.1-in vented disc
Rear: 11.8 x 0.9-in vented disc
Wheel and Tires
Front: 7.0x16-in. wheel with 205/55VR-16
Rear: 8.0x16-in. wheel with 225/50VR-16
Testing
Acceleration:
0 to 60 mph: 6.0 sec. (Car and Driver)
0 to 100 mph: 15.6 sec. (Car and Driver)
Standing 1/4 mile:14.5 @ 97 mph (Car and Driver); 14.6 @ 97.5 mph (Road & Track)
Top Speed: 157 mph
Braking
60-0mph: 143 ft (Road & Track)
{{{80}}}-0mph: 255 ft (Road & Track)
Handling:
Roadholding, {{{300}}}-ft-diameter-skidpad: 0.80 g (Car and Driver)
Roadholding, 300-ft-diameter-skidpad: 0.{{{90}}} g (Road & Track)
By Pablo Mazlumian
80 Articles

BROWSE CARS BY MARKET

MORE HOW TO

Our Porsche 944 Turbo Project gets a new timing belt and water pump before the install of KW V3 coilovers.
Brian LercheMay 24, 2016
Starting up a Mk4 GTI project that will hopefully match up to the classic Mk2
Michael FebboMay 13, 2016
Knowing what sort of products to apply and how often to do it, is about as hard as knowing how exactly to use them.
Aaron BonkMay 6, 2016
CLICK TO PLAY WITH AUDIO
Friction makes all sorts of things happen. Sometimes you want less of it, sometimes you want more.
Aaron BonkMay 2, 2016
Our friends up in the Bay Area step up to help us get our EK hatch project back on track.
Sam DuApr 29, 2016

SEARCH ARTICLES BY MAKE/MODEL

Search
TO TOP