When Magnus Walker was invited to Fjord Lift event in Norway he quickly took the chance to drive a remarkable 930 Turbo through the beautiful roads of Norwegian fjords.
In the video, Walker interviews the owner of the Porsche 930 Turbo, known as Johannes. Johannes shares that the car was originally manufactured in Germany, made its way to Norway in ’95, and underwent tuning. Johannes acquired the car almost three years ago.
Beneath the classic metallic gray Porsche exterior, the car boasts 964 cup camshafts, a powerful turbo, resonant headers, an upgraded gear system, enhanced suspension, and a sturdy winter cooler. The 3.3-liter engine under the hood represents an upgrade from the 1975 911 Turbos, addressing their limitations and delivering up to 300 hp. While this re-tuned Porsche 930 hasn’t been on a dyno, Johannes estimates it to have over 400 hp at the wheels. Adding to its uniqueness is the Wevo shifter and a stock four-speed transmission.