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The 968 Engine
From investigations by enthusiasts who where concerned about the 2.7l being stamped/embossed onto there engine block, it would appear that the 968 engine uses the same although modified block as the previous Porsche 944 2.7l model also used by the Porsche 944 S2 3.0l model.
Here are the details,
All 944s upto 1989 had bores of 100mm.
From the 924S through to the 944S the stroke was
So the combinations appear to be,
100 x 78.9 giving 2479.038cc - being 924S - 944 - 944S
104 x 78.9 giving 2681.327cc - being 944 2.7
104 x 88.0 giving 2990.580cc - being 944S2 and 968
Making the assumption that we have a uniform cylinder,
the calculation is,
Example bore = 104, divide by 2 for the radius
(104 / 2 = 52),
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