Porsche 911 Turbo 930 K27 Turbocharger Upgrade (1976-1989)

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Direct upgrade/replacement for OEM LDZ turbo resulting in significant power gains and quicker spool                                                                          


  • Fits all Porsche 911 Turbo 930 vehicles (1976-1989)
  • Peak power on a completely stock 1986 911 Turbo is 251hp and 280ft/lbs of torque

  • Peak power on a K27/1 BAR-equipped 1986 911 Turbo improves to 315hp and 358 ft/lbs of torque (with over 300 ft-lbs of torque available at 3800 RPM)

  • Turbo Intake Size: 2.75”

  • Turbo Inlet Size: 2.75”

  • Twin-scroll turbine housing for quicker response than a single exhaust outlet

  • 6-bolt down pipe flange / T3 flange

  • All Fabspeed performance products are backed by the Fabspeed Lifetime Warranty

  • Optional Upgrades available - See Product Links below to purchase or contact us to order!

    • Turbo Support Bracket (Year Specific) - Purchase Here!

    • 1.0 Bar Turbo Performance Wastegate Spring (Part# 910297) - Purchase Here!

    • Crossover Pipe to Turbo Inlet Gasket (Part# 930-123-192-05) - Purchase Here!

    • Turbo Pressure Pipe Adapter Kit (For OEM Intercooler Only) (Part# 99-0880-001-M157) - Purchase Here!

NOTE: The Factory 930 Turbo support bracket will need to be modified in order to be used with a K27 turbo upgrade or a conversion bracket can be purchased from link above. And a Turbo Pressure Pipe Adapter Kit is also required which can be purchased from link above (Not Required if using Fabspeed Intercooler)

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1 Review

  • 5
    The Blessed Trinity

    Posted by Peter Lanham on 5th Jan 2017

    It all started with a new exhaust system on my 930 Turbo Targa. A new system from Porsche was NLA so I was forced to look elsewhere and decided on a Fabspeed system. It was so impressive that I went back in for a Fabspeed intercooler. It transformed the performance of the car. The only logical next step was to upgrade the turbo with a Fabspeed K27 7200 conversion. The end result is fantastic. The turbo spools up at 2500 rpm with virtually no lag and from 2600 on it just goes on and on. The 1 bar uprated wastegate spring boosts performance and the combination of the two is incredible. The car is even more nimble and responsive and the overall package is a joy. Overall it's another great product from Fabspeed.

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