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Porsche 944

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Porsche 944S2 Project - Maintenance Before Performance Parts
The 944S2 is capable of making solid power but to keep making it reliably it's important that maintenance is up to date.
Rory JurneckaJan 18, 2017
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Project 944 Turbo - Avoiding Boil Over & Coilover Install
Our Porsche 944 Turbo Project gets a new timing belt and water pump before the install of KW V3 coilovers.
Brian LercheMay 24, 2016
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Project Porsche 944 x2 – Similar Cars Different Goals
We're starting project builds on two separate Porsche 944s—an '86 Turbo and an '89 S2.
Rory JurneckaFeb 11, 2016
1986-89 Porsche 944 Turbo – How to Buy
What to look for when buying one of the best values in used Porsches.
Colin RyanJan 6, 2016
Spec Clutches Porsche 944 Turbo - Chevy V8 Swap
Small-block LS for this 1987 track demon
Bryan JoslinAug 8, 2014
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1985 Porsche 944 - Pork Roast
Read about this unique 720 hp 1985 Porsche 944, equipped with AH wheels, Brembo brakes, H&R springs and more!
Greg EmmersonFeb 26, 2010
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Project Porsche 951: Part 7
Stuttgart engineers did one heck of a job with the overall design of the Porsche 951. By increasing boost, matched with the correct amount of fuel, we can get easy horsepower gains. But trying to outdo these engineers in the hardware department comes with the
Pablo MazlumianSep 15, 2004
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Porsche 944 Turbo Part 6: Gauges, Better Intercooling And Heat Shielding
I'm the type that likes to know what's going on with my car water and oil temperatures, boost pressure, air in the tires...everything.
Pablo MazlumianJun 22, 2004
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Project Porsche 944 Turbo Part 5: More exhaust testing and a sturdier clutch
To recap, for those in the back of the room: Unlike a belt-driven blower, a turbocharger relies on exhaust gases to spin its turbine wheel. This turbine wheel is mated to a compressor wheel, which spins as well and forces huge amounts of atmosphere into the en
Jun 15, 2004
Project Porsche 944 Turbo: Part 4
It's a candy store out there for Porsche 951s when it comes to performance upgrades. So many tuners to choose from, so many different parts, and I would test them all if I could. But, because of obvious limitations, I've got to be somewhat selective, and that'
Pablo MazlumianMar 19, 2004
Project Porsche 951: Part 1
A few of months ago, my wife Rhonda had a scary accident. She was rear-ended hard on the freeway, and it smashed her 2000 Ford Focus into the car in front of her and the center divider. Our little daily driver was "totaled" and claimed by the insurance company
Pablo MazlumianSep 16, 2003
Project Porsche 951
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: turbocharg
Pablo MazlumianSep 2, 2003

Porsche 944 Years


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The never-ending hunt for power is a common one for project car builders and sometimes it’s so encapsulating, that we forget about the other crucial factors that can affect and even support those power goals. Capable braking and a dialed-in suspension come to mind here, but often neglected is engine monitoring from the driver’s seat

RodrezJun 4, 2021


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