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3 hours ago, turbogrill said:

Hi

The vpi table lists the 924s as 350pts and the 946(924s) as 400pts?

 

Very confused, what is a 946??

didn't know there was such a thing as "946". could that be a typo for 964? if so, that's a 911 not a 924S

 

edit to add: 400 pts for a 964 is a GBU level hookup....#justsayin.....😬

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924s was the model just before the 944. Very similar except flared fenders I believe. 944 engine, brakes, transmission, running gear and a bit lighter. 944 Porsche experts could confirm chassis code. In a previous life we raced an early 944 against a couple 924s in the POC. The well driven 924s could beat good 944 drivers 

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Probably no worries of anyone running a 964 as these are very expensive and sought after. If you have one setup to race it likely has way to many upgrades to be under 500pts. A money no object build could produce a very quick race car. Starting with a $50k donor is tough. 

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1 hour ago, TimS said:

924s was the model just before the 944. Very similar except flared fenders I believe. 944 engine, brakes, transmission, running gear and a bit lighter. 944 Porsche experts could confirm chassis code. In a previous life we raced an early 944 against a couple 924s in the POC. The well driven 924s could beat good 944 drivers 

Actually, it went 924, 944, then 924s iirc.  The 924s was sort of a continuation car of the 924, but with 944 operating gear.

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