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Power of '89 911 Turbo ?

Hi you all.

sorry to disturb with such a simple question -for you-, but I wonder what is the power (in Horse power please) of a 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo (with should be a 3,3L engine).

The reason I ask is that I'm leaving in France, and a friend is looking to buy a 930..

He is asking me what are the differences with a european model, and I believe, at least, the power is diferent.

In France, -and by ext. in Germany-, the power is 300HP. The S was 330HP.

What about you guys ? What other specification should I consider with a US model ???

Hope you can help.

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Old 10-15-2005, 10:48 AM
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The US model had 282 hp, and the Euro version 300hp because it did'nt need the emissions equipment. The Euro model also had a better fuel distributor which flows more fuel than the US model.
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ok, that's a precised (? not sure of the word) answer.
If I can add a question, do you know if the compression rate is different ? In other words, if the guy change the fuel distributor and remove the emisssions equipement (catalytic converter I guess ?), will he get back to 300hp ?
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Thanks a lot

Best regards.

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