1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S with Cammed LS1 Engine Swap

Porsche…V8 Rumble…What more could you want?  This 1988 Porsche 944 has received one of the most popular engine swaps going today…..the super popular LS1.

Year: 1988
Make: Porsche
Model: 944
Porsche Model: 944 Turbo S
Mileage (numbers only please): 123315
Color: Gray
Price (no $ sign please): $15500
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (Region): NorthEast
Body Style: Coupe
Transmission Type: Manual – 5 speed
2 or 4 Wheel Drive?: 2 Wheel Drive
Engine Type: Conversion
Stereo System: AM-FM CD

As my family keeps on growing, time is harder and harder to come by. At this point, I do not have the time to continue working, enjoying and driving my pride and joy. This has been my blood sweat and tears for the last 4 years, so please keep your negativity to yourself and out of my thread. I built this car as a track car first, street second, therefor the choices I made reflects this. Although heavily modified, I believe there is enough left for you to make this your own.

Please know what you will be inquiring about. Driving this car is borderline insanity and adrenalin at the same time. It’s not for everybody. The car is loud, wake up the neighbors loud….. it is hard to keep straight, although modest in power, it is enough to make this car tail happy at will, with a snap of the throttle…..when you let the motor unwind, it will bury you in the seat and give you a smile…..I love everything about this car.

Specs:

The car started as a 1988 Turbo S. Bought April of 2009 with 121,100mi, it sat for a couple of years until I had the time and money to get this project started.

951 Turbo S w/123,315mi
380whp on pump, you can make more power with long tube headers and a better intake.

BODY:
Fresh paint last year. all body panels removed during this process except for the doors
LeMans wing, painted gloss black
Lower front splitter, painted flat black
Modified stock header panel
Dual headlight motor conversion to give you the room for the intake
Euro fog lights
Red painted tail lights

ENGINE:
2000 LS1 5.7 from a camaro, 40k at the time of purchased
Texas Speed MS4 cam 111LSA, its lumpy
PRC Double Valve spring kit w/titanium retainers
LS6 intake manifold
Ported OEM throttle Body
30lb red top injectors
Mid length headers
Dyno tuned at RPM of Delaware
MSD 8mm wires
New waterpump
New spark plugs
LS1 Poly Mounts
Conversion Engine Mounts
New wiring harness with OBDII port
Griffin aluminum radiator
Modified Morosso Oil pan with pick up tube
Remote oil filter
External oil cooler
Melling oil pump
New front and rear main seal
New valve cover gaskets
New LS2 timing chain
New crank bolt
Spal 16″ fan
4″ full exhaust, I have a catalytic that is swapable during DMV inspections, the car passes NJ DMV sniffer test. Did I mention this thing is loud?

TRANS:
stock 951 turbo S
new axles(Vanawagon type2)
SPec stage 2 clutch w/steel flywheel
XShop poly/CNCed trans mount
XShop short shifter
XShop adapter plate to tourque tube
fresh Redline fluid
LS1 slave cylinder w/remote bleeder
brand new clutch master cylinder

SUSPENSION:
Huntley Street Coilovers(IIRC blistien non adjustable fronts w/250lb springs, carrera adjustable rears w/400lb springs)
Torsion Bar delete
Weltmeister Rear sway bar
XShop modified RX-7 lower control arms with serviceable ball joints

STEERING:
Manual steering conversion, recent rebuild
Poly steering bushings
OEM Porsche Cup tie rod ends

BRAKES:
Big Reds up front with OEM cross drilled rotors
Cross drilled rear Zimmerman rotors
steel braided lines
Wilwood master cylinder

INTERIOR:
Recaro SPG XL seats
Momo Steering wheel
Autopower Roll bar
New Rockford speakers
Clarion head unit
Interior was the plaid silver rose, was converted to black. Dash has no cracks.

Notables:
No AC, I have all the porsche lines and LS1 lines included with the sale.
The manual steering is not heavy, as long as you are not at a stand still, you get a lot of feedback from the road. Some like it, some may not, it was never an issue for me.
Trans is slightly notchy on 1 & 2, IMO. I have not tried to readjust the SS again since
The driver’s seat SPG has a cigarette burn, although not from a cigarette, its a long story and that’s the best way to describe it.
The light for the HVAC does not turn on at night, I have not looked into that yet, but the HVAC controls works as it should.
The car was purposed as a track car, so please do not expect it to be a show car, BUT this car will put a lot of street cars to shame.
Rear brakes squeak all the time, you will need to install those little vibration dampers on the pads.
Removed the power sunroof, installed manual latches.
No rear carpet as shown.
The gas gauge only reaches to 7/8s full and the temp gauge stays low, but is working. You can just replace that portion of the gauge and call it a day,
I have driven this car to the grocery store and home depot more than any of my past SUVs or any other cars combined, its always been an experience.

SPARES:
misc radiator hoses
headlight covers painted to match
headlight misc parts
LS1 fuel rails
ls1 injectors
modified “race” door panels
misc weather stripping
996 Turbo wheels, these are my “street” wheels that need some minor refinishing
Im sure there are more, I have boxes of it that will come with the car.
Quick disconnect for steering wheel
996 Orange Spare tire
Turbo S lower control arms, with brand new ball joints
6 month old outdoor car cover, I purchased it when the porsche lost it’s garage space(it’s a good one, paid $250 for it)
924 Vented Hood, will need paint

PRICE: $15,500, not much play on the price.

732-801-5109 please call between 8AM-10PM Eastern Standard Time

Emailgelo@gmail.com

Car is in Southern NJ. Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

PPI welcome, will assist shipping. Please do not waste my time, and yours. Test drives will be limited to buyers who can prove funds. Sorry, too many tire kickers around. Sold AS IS!!! Did I mention this thing is loud?

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