The 928 running for the first time in 7 or 8 years...
Finally got the 928 going after a long nap. I repainted the car and parked
in in about '94. I started it until it developed a fuel leak and I couldn't
keep it in the garage with gas in the tank. This week we found it had a bad
"O" ring...cost about 10 cents to fix...plus countless hours of bad
language. But it still runs like a charm! Time to finally put the interior
back together and have some fun!
Porsche 928s 1984
Porsche 928s 1984 driving in Germany where there are no speed limits.
Porsche 928 Engine Training Video (3 of 3)
Training video for the Porsche 928S (4 Cam 32 Valve V8) engine. This video
tutorial is based on the American version, 1986 model's engine with
annotations for '87 model where applicable.
(Part 3 of 3)
Porsche 928 GT at 928 OCIC Dyno Run
928 Owners Club International Convention Dyno Day. This video is my 1990
928GT with no modifications other than a rear muffler bypass (RMB). Two
runs, each with identical 310rwhp. Torque was 325 ft/lbs on the first run
and 316 on the second.
Porsche 928S Performance
1985 Porsche 928S w/ 5.0L V8 putting down approximately 325 HP with X-Pipe,
dual Exhaust, and Autothority Chip.
Still fast by today's standards. Quick 0-90mph sprint and 4th gear top end
Porsche's big 928 Motor will do 500,000 kms 32Valves.wmv
http://www.garage9.com Please comment if you like this motor by Porsche!!
The 350 HP 5.4 L 928GTS powerplant is a beast of an engine. The 928S 16
Valves are old school sweet especially the Euro with 300 HP. These engines
are built-up very solid with a high level of craftsmanship and durability
so they often outlast the rest of the usefulness of the car. It's good for
500,000 kms if you change the oil every now and then. But most people are
scared of the running costs, particularly the fuel consumption - but at
12L/100km it's better than may SUV's.
1978 porsche 928 #267
saved this 1978 928-5sp-LSD with 89k on the clock , from the
junkyard...last owner had it sitting for 5 yrs...could'nt get it running
after a load of TLC = (Truck Load of Cash)...runs like a dream now