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i own an 88 n/a and was thinking about taking to the strip. I have an an after market DME chip, probably adding between 5 and 14 hp. Any one on here dragged their normally aspirated 944? If so im interested in how it ran.


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YUP!!!..87 ran a 16.7 1/4.....all stock no chip or nothing....used to be my car but my neighbor bought it and went with me to the track..(Englistown)...he ran that time....just sharing.....
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Is it me or are the later model 944s slower in the ET as opposed to the early ones. Porsche tested all of these cars to do 16.1s in the quarter and I see motor trend and car and driver pulling off 15.6s and 15.7s in these cars.

I took my 84 out to the track at Pomona and pulled off a 15.89 in the ET. I know the take off has a lot to do with it. Ever since i put my 951 transmission in it i've been running anywhere from a 16.1 to a 16.5 which is totally not cool. I'm negotiating on getting a 924S transmission to replace the original one that i had in my car because of a broken ring and pinion.

Porsche. Es gibt keinen Ersatz.

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