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Porsche 944 Turbo S Race Car

Posted by btroester about 3 weeks, 2 days ago
$17,000.00

1989 944 Turbo S Racecar - $17,000 OBO

The time has come to move to a different race car. This car has been very reliable and been with me for 6 years and prior to that was built by myself and my father for him to race. We have built and raced various 944s for over 20 years. This is the last of my 944s to leave so it is coming with ALL my spares that have been accumulated over the years.

Potential Race classes – PCA – SP3, NASA – ST4, POC – GT5

Livery is all decals. 

Contact – Blake – 801.633.9221 or blake.troester@gmail.com

This car has the following recent accomplishments –

2016 NASA Utah GTS3 – 2nd Place

2017 NASA Utah ST4 – 2nd Place

2018 NASA Utah ST3 – 1st Place – Season Champion

UMC Outer Loop – 2:11.34

UMC West – 1:40.99

UMC East – 1:45.26

UMC Full – 3:16.75

Weight: 2,850 including Driver

Engine:

Stock motor and internals – rebuilt about 10k miles ago – cross drilled crankshaft

Oil changed every other race weekend – Mobil 1 20w-50

Stock KLR and ECU/DME – never been raced with an aftermarket chipset

Newer (2 seasons) fuel pressure regulator and dampener

Lindsey Racing vacuum lines

Lindsey Racing silicon intercooler hoses

Lindsey Racing fuel injector harnesses

Lindsey Racing reference sensor harnesses

Lindsey Racing Knock sensor harness

A/C Delete bracket and Alternator relocated

Lindsey Racing Clubgate wastegate (PCA legal)

SPEC Stage 1 push style clutch (1 season)

SPEC Billet Flywheel (1 Season)

Canadian Pragmatics Downpipe and 3” exhaust – deleted Catalytic converter

Dual oil coolers – stock plus a Lindsey Racing front mount oil cooler

Transmission:

Stock 951 with LSD and trans cooling loop

Half shafts repacked every season

Fluid changed twice per season, every season – Swepco 201 Blue

Brakes:

Stock Turbo S calipers

Pagid RST3 front pads

Pagid blacks in the back

VCI floating front rotors with aluminum hats

Ducted brake cooling

Stainless brake lines

Castrol SRF Fluid

Suspension:

Racers Edge billet front hubs

Fab Car A-arms

Delrin bushings up front

Spherical bearings for rear trailing arms

Rear torsion bars deleted

Front and Rear wheel bearings replaced last season

New Rear stub axles – 2 seasons

  • Sway Bars
    • Front  - OEM 30 mm
    • Rear – None – I have one that could be sold with the car if desired
  • Dampers
    • Front/Rear – Bilstein Cups - 3899 VE3 59375HO
  • Springs
    • Front – Eibach ERS
      • Tender
        • Part number – 60-60-30 (length-Inner Dia-Rate in NM)
        • Spring rate – 170 inch/lbs
      • Main
        • Part number – 140-60-240
        • Spring rate – 1370Inch/lbs
    • Rear – Eibach ERS
      • Tender
        • Part number – 40-60-40
        • Spring Rate – 228 inch/lbs
      • Main
        • Part number – 140-60-200
        • Spring Rate – 1142 inch/lbs

Body:

Fiberglass hood with louvres – I have a steel hood without Louvres as well

Fiberglass rear bumper

Power Stream front splitter

Hanksville Hotrods weld-in rollcage

Recaro Halo Seat w/ seatback brace

G-Force 5 pt belts FIA cert through 2020

Detachable steeringwheel

Wheels/Tires:

(2) Sets of Fikse FM-10s 9.5” x 18” with Hoosier R7s

Spares:

I have +6 totes of spare parts ranging from clutch slaves/masters to a spare intake manifold and everything in between – it will all go with this car

Bat Wing under tray (total of 2)

Elephant Racing Spherical Bearing Caster Blocks – not installed – new in box

Steel Hood (total of 2)

Rear suspension console – complete with trailing arms and hubs

1 Driver door

2 Passenger doors

1 rear bumper

And more…

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