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DP Motorsport Turns A 1989 911 Carrera 2 Into A Dream Restomod

DP Motorsport’s 964 RSR Recreation – “Stonegrey”

Here’s another gem from the folks at DP Motorsport, this time with the focus on creating a super lightweight restomod based on a 1989 911 Carrera 2 (964). All in this car weighs just 1,050 kilograms.

Known as the 964 Classic RSR Stonegrey, this backdate is a pretty special machine with a vintage Carrera RSR 2.8 design and super-modern carbon-Kevlar body components and upgrades throughout. DP Motorsport changed the front fenders, the rear side panels, the hoods, aprons, side doors with green tinted Plexiglas and the roof skin. The car rides on Fuchs forged wheels, 9J x 15 ET 26 up front and 11J x 15 ET 15 on the rear. KW supplies the individually adjustable coilover suspension with colored anodized top mounts in the “Clubsport” version, which is adjusted to a 40 millimeter lowering. Tires are Michelin “TB5”, 225/50 R 15 at the front and 285/40 R 15 at the rear.

The naturally aspirated engine gets a displacement increase to 3.8 liters and delivers 320 hp with maximum torque of 380 Newton meters. The exhaust system is made of stainless steel pipe material with fan headers and two metal catalytic converters contributes to the performance increase of 70 hp compared to the standard version. The interior is defined by the welded tubular steel rollover protection, two characteristic “Lollipop” profile bucket seats and the new exterior paint finish “Stonegrey”. The shifter on the 993 GT2, which is shifted upwards, operates a revised G50 five-speed manual transmission with limited-slip differential.

964 Classic RSR “Stonegrey” – the technical highlights

  • Base vehicle: 1989 911 Carrera 2 (type 964), first registered in Belgium
  • Body conversion: dp-964 Classic RSR made of carbon-kevlar mixture; Lightweight doors with Plexiglas and FIA-compliant sliding windows; green-tinted plexiglass panels glued flush to the body; stripes in “Burgundy Red”
  • Engine (series): air-cooled aluminum six-cylinder boxer type M64/01
  • Valve control (standard): one overhead camshaft per cylinder bank (ohc), driven by hydraulically tensioned roller double chain and intermediate shaft; two valves per cylinder, operated via rocker arm
  • Mixture formation (standard): electronically controlled fuel injection via Bosch DME (Motronic 2.1).
  • Ignition system (standard): via Bosch-DME (Motronic 2.1) map-controlled dual ignition
  • Lubrication system (standard): Dry sump lubrication
  • Oil quantity (series): 11.5 liters
  • Exhaust system (standard): Lambda-controlled three-way metal catalytic converter
  • Displacement (series): 3,600 ccm
  • Bore (series): 100 mm
  • Stroke (stock): 76.4 mm
  • Compression (series): 11.3:1
  • Engine output (series): 250 hp at 6,100 rpm
  • maximum torque (standard): 325 Nm at 4,800 rpm
  • Maximum engine speed (series): 6,800 rpm
  • Sports engine: Displacement increased to 3.8 liters and 320 hp with a maximum torque of 380 Newton meters; Exhaust system made of stainless steel pipe material including exhaust manifold set and two metal catalytic converters
  • Power transmission: Five-speed manual gearbox type “G50” with differential lock, high shift lever type 993 GT2
  • Electrics: “Liteblox” lithium-ion lightweight battery
  • Wheels suspension: adjustable KW Clubsport coilover kit with Unibal dome bearings
  • Wheels and tires: 15″ Fuchs forged alloy wheels with Michelin “TB5” semislicks
  • Interior: firmly welded roll cage made of tubular steel with door diagonals, belt braces and a cross in the rear; interior painted in the vehicle exterior color “Stonegrey”; “Lollipop” profile bucket seats covered with synthetic leather and Alcantara®; Schroth four-point harnesses; Momo sports steering wheel; lightweight dashboard panels and knee rails; perforated pedal boards including perforated aluminum floor plates