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Information on the Porsche 935
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The Porsche 935

Specifications
Year: 1976 - 1983
Model: 935
Number Produced:1976: 2
1977: 13
Engine
Overview:Horizontally opposed 6 cylinder, twin plug, air cooled
Displacement: 2857
Bore / Stroke: 92.0 mm / 70.4 mm
Fuel System:Bosch Mechanical
Fuel Capacity: -
Horsepower: 600bhp @ 7900rpm
max Boost: 1.4 Bar
Compression: 6.5 : 1
Induction: Single Turbocharger
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual gearbox
0 - 60: 3.3 sec
0 - 100: 6.1 sec
0 - 120: 7.8 sec
0 - 150: 11.0 sec
1/4 mile: 8.9 sec (134 mph)
Economy: 4 mpg!!
Top Speed: 180mph (can reach 230mph with correct gearing
Body: Unit steel with fiberglass panels
Front Suspension:MacPherson struts, tubular lower a-arms, progressive rate coil springs, adj. anti-roll bar
Rear Suspension:Semi-trailing arms, coil springs, adj. anti-roll bar
Brakes:12.0", vented, cross drilled discs
Front Wheels:16x11" BBS
Rear Wheels:19x15" Porsche
Dimensions
Length: 184.3 inches
Width: 77.6 inches
Height: 49.8 inches
Weight: 2134 lbs

InformationThe factory built the 935/78 in 1978 Water cooled heads now contained double overhead camshafts with 4 valves/cylinder, and the engine has a second turbocharger. Horsepower, with full boost, pushed in excess of 900hp.The 935's won the Daytona 24hour race EVERY year from 1978-1983. They won at Sebring from 1978-'82, and '84. They won EVERY RACE on the IMSA tour in 1980, and still hold the record for most consecutive IMSA victories (18)
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