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1988 in 97

could you put a 1988 944 engine in a 87 944?


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If you had a 97 944, likely.
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perhaps you meant an '87 944.... if so, yes, you can.
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perhaps you meant an '87 944.... if so, yes, you can.
yeah I did thanks
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Get the '88 DME if you get the '88 engine.

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Get the '88 DME if you get the '88 engine.

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i thought they would be the same, more or less. what is the difference?
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The '88 went from 150HP to 160 HP.

Part numbers are different. '85.5 to '87 should be able to use the same DME. The later DMEs to '87 have a few modifications/upgrades but should work.

This is a discussion on the chips and "maps"

Tried multiple chips? Which is the best for an '88 924S?

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