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1990 Porsche 911 964 Carrera 2 Coupe

Posted Apr 20, 2024 | Hits
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Country: USA
Region: MA
City: Springfield
Zip: 01109
Body Style: Coupe
Year: 1990
Mileage: 154700 Miles
Transmission: Manual
Fuel: Gasoline
Doors: 2
Color: Slate Grey
Engine: 3.6L
Condition: Used
1990 Porsche 964 Carrera 2
5-speed manual
Matching numbers
154,7XX miles
~14,958 on 3.8 rebuilt (original) motor


Up for sale is my 1990 Porsche Carrera 2, type 964 of the 911 series. I will try to be as descriptive as possible, but please feel free to ask me any questions you may have. I have owned this car since early this year.

The car has a five speed manual transmission and is in very rare, $2000 optioned, Slate Grey Metallic color. The original engine has been expanded from 3.6L to a RSR Spec 3.8L, using all high quality parts ($26k+ in receipts for engine alone). I have full records for the car dating back to 1995, including the complete build. This car was originally a California car, made its way to the South and has since returned. Current miles on chassis is 154,7XX. The engine was rebuilt at 139,742 in 2008. Roughly 14,958 miles on the new engine. The best way to describe this car in one word is BEAST. It is all business.

As mentioned above, the engine is a 3.6L expanded to a RSR spec 3.8L mated with an original rebuilt G50 Transmission. I was told it produces roughly 280 whp with stock cams, and if swapped for race cams, it would yield significantly more power.The build includes the Mahle 3.8 Piston and Cylinder kit, Carrillo rods, Smart rod bearings, ARP Bolts, knifed edged/drilled crank, Weltmeister single pulley hub, Titanium springs and retainers, port and polish, GT3 Oil Pump, Bosch injectors, rebuilt distributors, new crank bearings, rebuilt lower pully/harmonic balancer, Wevo mounts, lightweight RS flywheel, Motronic DME, Mappying by Steve Weiner, dual front auxiliary oil coolers, RSR Rennline Engine Carrier, RSR transmission mounts, and RS clutch. Phew, that was quite a mouth full. The engine does have one drop of oil every other drive, which I think may be coming from the top of the engine. I never noticed a change in the oil level because of this. The car really pulls hard, and is tuned for 93 octane. It sounds absolutely amazing with a stock exhaust, stock heat exchangers, gutted J-pipe and Fabspeed Euro Resonator/Catalytic delete. I will include a Catalytic converter for those needing a smog inspection. The transmission does have a short shift kit as well. All fluids changed < 100 miles ago. The last three owners and I have always used Brad Penn oil to ensure sufficient Zinc and Phosphorus levels.

The car is planted on JIC Comp coilovers with rear remote adjusters, and comes to a halt with 993 Turbo front brakes and 968 rear brakes. A 993 Turbo Brake Master Cylinder w/ Brake Biased Adjuster help all the pieces of the brake system work in synergy. Pads are EBC Blue Stuff for street driving. Urethane bushings all around help make the steering insanely direct. And finally, a set of super wide 18x10.5 Front, 18x11.5 Rear CCW C14 18” wheels with Toyo RA-1s give the car an ‘all-business’ look. The brake pedal assembly was recently rebuilt and the clutch slave, clutch master cylinder were all replaced

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