Porsche 944 Turbo S Cup v0.95

Porsche 944 Turbo S Cup for GTR2

Mod created by IMTCory

Thanks to Wildman FR, Goresh, HPI Racer and Bandit13 for contributing to this mod and making it a reality.

For a while I’ve wanted a Porsche 944 cup mod, and when the BPR Mod came out this became possible ! I wanted to do real Porsche 944 Turbo Cup skins but finding pics from the series is very hard unfortunately. So I am putting together a grid made of liverys from cars I like around the world.

This is currently a beta version that could use some physics tweaks. Seems the cars bounce a little too much and flip end over steep hills or jumps. We are also looking to add more wheel sets to the mod for more parody among the field. If your interested please visit this tread.

Car Infos from Wiki :

The Porsche 944 is a sports car manufactured by German automobile manufacturer Porsche from 1982 to 1991. A front-engine, rear-wheel drive mid-level model based on the 924 platform, the 944 was available in coupé or cabriolet body styles, with either naturally aspirated or turbocharged engines.

Intended to be produced into the 1990s, major revisions planned for a 944 “S3” model eventually morphed into the 968, which became its replacement. Over 163,000 cars were produced in total, making it the most successful sports car in Porsche’s history until the introductions of the Boxster and 997 Carrera.

In 1988, Porsche introduced the 944 Turbo S (internal code name 952) with a more powerful engine (designation number M44/52) rated at a maximum power output of 250 PS (184 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 350 N⋅m (258 lb⋅ft) of torque at 4,000 rpm (the engine in the standard 944 Turbo generated 223 PS (164 kW) and 243 lb⋅ft (329 N⋅m)). This higher output was achieved by using a larger KKK K26-8 turbocharger housing and revised engine mapping which allowed maintaining maximum boost until 5,800 rpm, compared to the standard 944 Turbo, the boost would decrease from 1.75 bar (25.4 psi) at 3,000 rpm to 1.52 bar (22.0 psi) at 5,800 rpm. In June 1988, Car and Driver tested the 944 Turbo S (with the advantage of shorter final drive gear) and achieved a 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) acceleration time of 5.5 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 13.9 seconds at 163 km/h (101 mph). Top speed was factory rated at 261 km/h (162 mph).

The 944 Turbo S’ suspension had the “M030” option consisting of Koni adjustable shocks at the front and rear, with ride height adjusting threaded collars on the front struts, progressive rate springs, larger hollow rear anti-roll/torsion bars, harder durometer suspension bushings, larger 26.8 mm (1.055 in) hollow anti-roll/torsion bars at the front, and chassis stiffening brackets in the front frame rails. The air conditioning dryer lines were routed so as to clear the front frame brace on the driver’s side. The 944 Turbo S wheels, known as the Club Sport design, were 16-inch Fuchs forged and flat-dished, similar to the Design 90 wheel. Wheel widths were 7 inches (178 mm) at the front, and 9 inches (229 mm) at the rear with a 52 mm (2.047 in) offset; sizes of the Z-rated tires were 225/50 in the front and 245/45 in the rear. The front and rear fender edges were rolled to accommodate the larger wheels. The manual transmission (case code designation: AOR) featured a higher friction clutch disc setup, an external cooler, and a limited-slip differential with a 40% lockup setting. The Turbo S’ front brakes were borrowed from the Porsche 928 S4, with larger Brembo GT 4-piston fixed calipers and 12-inch discs; rear Brembo brakes remained the same as a standard Turbo. ABS also came standard.

The 944 Turbo S’ interior featured power seats for both driver and passenger, where the majority of the factory-built Turbo S models sported a “Burgundy plaid” (Silver Rose edition) but other interior/exterior colors were available. A 10-speaker sound system and equalizer + amp was a common option with the Turbo S and S/SE prototypes. Only the earlier 1986, 253 PS (186 kW) prototypes featured a “special wishes custom interior” options package.

In 1989 and later production years, the ‘S’ designation was dropped from the 944 Turbo S, and all of the turbocharged iterations of the 944 featured the Turbo S enhancements as standard, however the “M030” suspension and the Club Sport wheels were not part of that standard. The 944 Turbo S was the fastest production four cylinder car of its time.

Credits :

3D model and physics – WildmanFR
Skins – Cory Linton, Bandit13, HPI Racer
Stand alone and Various helpful tips – Goresh

If I missed anyone just tell me.

Version 0.95 – updates by SiGi for eSport-Racing.de (March 2015) :

– reworked windows and banner textures
– improved steering wheel position
– added digital display (Laptimer)
– improved / corrected car file values (seat, eyepoint, camera, feet on pedals aso…)
– removed multiple existing files
– and a few other little things…

have fun,



Size: 42 MB
Version: 0.95
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