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Porsche 944 (2.7-litre)

Porsche 944 (2.7-litre)

1988-1989

The original 2.5-litre 944 was discontinued in the USA at the end of the 1988 model year. However, for the rest of the world Porsche produced a 2.7-litre car for a short period.

The larger capacity of 2681cc was achieved by enlarging the cylinder bore diameter from 100mm to 104mm. At the same time the compression ratio was increased to 10.9:1, the diameter of the inlet valves went from 45mm to 48mm, the camshaft timing was revised and the water pump flow-rate increased.

The power increase was modest, going up from 163bhp to 165bhp. However, there was a more worthwhile increase in maximum torque, from
205Nm to 225Nm at 4200rpm.

Specification
Engine: Front-mounted, water-cooled straight-four
Capacity: 2681cc
Compression ratio: 10.9:1
Maximum power: 165bhp at 5800rpm
Maximum torque: 205Nm at 4200rpm
Brakes: Front: 282mm discs; rear: 289mm discs. Servo assisted
Wheels & tyres: Front: 15x7J with 185/70VR15 tyres. Rear: 15x8J with 215/60VR tyres
Length: 4213mm
Width 1735mm
Weight: 1290kg
0-60mph: 8.2 sec
Top speed: 136mph

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