In 1990 the new Porsche 911 Turbo (964) was released with updated styling and increased power. Although most enthusiasts believed the 1989 930 would be the last Turbo Porsche made, they surprised by releasing the 964 version. The 1990 Porsche 911 Turbo (964) came standard with the 5-speed G50 transmission. The engine in the new 964 Turbo was basically the same 3.3-liter in the previous generation except for some smart updates that improved power and therefore performance. The styling really was the biggest change to the 911 Turbo, with the updated 964 body and the traditional wheel flares and the traditional whale tail spoiler, this model truly fit the part. Another monumental change to the 911 Turbo was Porsche replacing the traditional Fuchs wheels with a new 5 spoke. This version of the Porsche 911 Turbo (964) may not have captured the eye of enthusiasts earlier in its life, but they have steadily become harder to find with a cheap price tag.
1990-1992 Porsche 911 Turbo (964) Specifications Specs:
Engine Capacity: 3299cc
Compression ratio: 7.0:1
Maximum Power: 320hp @ 5750rpm
Maximum Torque: 332 ft-lbs @ 4500rpm
Brakes: Front: 322mm discs; rear: 299mm discs. Servo assisted with ABS
Suspension: Front: Lower wishbones and MacPherson struts with combined coil springs and dampers, plus anti-roll bar Rear: Semi-trailing arms with combined coil springs and dampers, plus anti-roll bar
Wheels & Tires: Front: 17x7J with 205/50ZR17 tires. Rear: 17x9J with 255/45ZR17 tires
Length: 167″ inches
Width: 70″ inches
Weight: 3241 lbs
0-60 mph: 5 seconds
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