For the 1992 model year, Porsche introduced the Porsche 964 RS. It was based on the Porsche 911 "Carrera Cup" racing car and drew on the famous 2.7 and 3.0 RS and RSR models. It featured a revised version of the standard engine, internally dubbed the M64/03, with increased power to 260 hp and a lightweight flywheel mated to the G50/10 gearbox with closer ratios, an asymmetric limited-slip differential and steel synchronizers. A toe-aligned suspension system with 40mm lower ride height, stiffer springs, shock absorbers and adjustable anti-roll bars without power steering. The package included an upgraded interior with no power windows or seats, rear seats, air conditioning, cruise control, soundproofing or a stereo (optional), and new racing bucket seats in the front. The trunk lid was made of aluminum and the chassis was seam-welded. The wheels were made of magnesium, and the glass in the doors and rear window was thinner. The Carrera RS is around 155 kg lighter than the Carrera 2 model. People in Zuffenhausen fondly remembered the early 1970s when the 911 Carrera RS was launched in the hope of selling the 500 units required for homologation to the man ( or the woman) to be able to bring. Then it became significantly more. Nevertheless, the abbreviation “RS”, which stood for racing, was dropped again after a few years. At the Geneva Motor Show in 1991, however, the two magic letters were back, namely on the rear of a plain-looking 964 rear-wheel drive, derived from the Porsche Cup competition vehicle .
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