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Porsche 911S Targa specs

Car type Convertible
Curb weight 1100 kg (2425 lbs)
Introduced 1973
Origin country Germany
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Submitted by maxmc89

Performance

0 - 100 kph6.7 s
0 - 200 kph29.7 s
Est. 1000 m28.7 s @ 198.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph23.0 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph6.2 s
0 - 100 mph19.1 s
Est. 1/8 mile10.4 s @ 81.4 mph
1/4 mile13.9 s
Est. 1/2 mile25.1 s @ 118.1 mph
Top speed230 kph (143 mph)
Est. max acceleration0.47 g (5 m/s²)
Porsche 911S Targa acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type Boxer 6 (180º, SOHC, forged surface hardened crankhaft, 2 valves per
Displacement 2.3 l (143 ci / 2341 cc)
Power 193 ps (190 bhp / 142 kw)
Torque 217 Nm (160 lb-ft) @ 5200 rpm
Power / liter 82 ps (81 hp)
Power / weight 176 ps (173 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 197 Nm (146 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 5-Speed manual (49kg)
Layout rear engine, rear wheel drive

More 0-60 and 1/4 mile times

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Monkfg  10y ago

This car has the highest percentage of weight on the rear axle of all the Porsches on fastestlaps.


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Anonymous  12y ago

that 1/4 mile time cant be right? just look at the 0-160kmh.


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maxmc89  12y ago

Response for Ahwahnee:

The car is mine. It's the European version of the 1973 911S Targa.

As far as I know the only 911 of that time that weighed 975Kg (2150lbs) was the RS 2.7 with full interior (the race version weighed around 920Kg).

The production figures for my car showed 190PS (German version again) which is around 190hp. As you said in your last sentence, the oil reservoir is inside the engine bay, not outside, showing it's a '73.

I don't even think the car has fog lights. The white glass is for the reverse, red for braking/night lights and the orange for the turning signal. The small red light below those is actually a reflective plastic.

The tyre is one size above the wheel width. The wheel is 6in and the tyre is 6.5in (instead of 6in). The photograph (which I took in my house) is done from a very low position, giving an effect which makes the tyres look even wider.

Thanks for the interest in the car! :) :)


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Ahwahnee  12y ago

Car shown has 1967 911S 7 inch wheels - the 6 inch couldn't carry that wide a tire. It also has the very rare rear fog light. This car has '70/'71 bumpers rather than the stock ugly mandated rubber ones.
The 1970/1 were both lighter not having the side impact bars, and some smog equip. It weighed 2150 lb and put out 200 gross hp.(180 SAE). It was recognized as faster than either the 1972/3 's'. It had the lightest production 911 chassie of any 911 in all steel. I owned one for 31 years and would only give away low speed performance to '72/'73 due to lower torque. Both series are great cars, and almost indistinguishable. '72 had oil filler cap on the outside of the right rear fender, idea dropped in the '73 and later cars.


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maxmc89  13y ago

The power is 142kW.

Could somebody put one of the images as the principal on for this car?


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maxmc89  13y ago

Also, how can I edit the info about the car?


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maxmc89  13y ago

I put all the info for this car. It's my car so that's where I got all the info from. In a couple of weeks I'll add a track and a laptime for this car on such track (as of now it's only got a wet laptime).

I've got a problem. When I tried to upload the pic I inserted a URL and it doesn't accept it.