1990 DP Motorsport Porsche 964 Project Yellow

German tuning company DP Motorsport has done a creative rebuild of a 1990 Porsche 911 with the aim of creating a lightweight race car that can also be used on the street. The car was taken down to the bare shell, then rebuilt with the minimum needed components as well as carbon fiber body parts. A KW clubsport coilover suspension, SuperPro chassis bushes on the front axle and a Uniball bearing on the rear axle helped prepare it for the track.

The 3.8 liter engine was given a Schrick camshaft, enlarge 71mm throttle valves, and an M&M Sport exhaust to give a final output of 325 hp. The power ran through a 5 speed G50 transmission with differential lock.

The interior features a substantial rollover bar, an OMP 4-point harness belt, Pole Position Recaro seats, and a Momo steering wheel. The dashboard and knee-rails are in carbon fiber.

The car was finished in Signal Yellow, and rides on ultra-lightweight 18" OZ Ultraleggera III rims with 225/40 tires up front, and wider 295/30 tires in the rear.

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Price Production Weight
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Engine Aspiration Torque
3.8 liter flat-6 natural --
Power Power/Volume Power/Weight
324 HP 85.4 HP/Liter --
Top Speed 0-62 mph Range
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Price Production Weight Engine Aspiration Torque
-- -- -- 3.8 liter flat-6 natural --
Power Power/Volume Power/Weight Range 0-62 mph Top Speed
324 HP 85.4 HP/Liter -- -- -- --
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