My Porsche 911S was titled as a 1970, but had a 2.0 litre engine. Did Porsche make any of the 1970's with the 2.0 or was it mis-titled. When I rebuilt it the dealer agreed it was a 2.0 liter

Asked by Sep 17, 2015 at 06:18 PM about the 1970 Porsche 911

Question type: General

The owners manual as well as the dealer said I had a 200 HP 2.0 liter, but all
current info says the 1970's had 2.2 liter engines. It was a problem getting
parts because the dealer called it the "race engine" . Thoughts please.

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119,785

Looks like you will always have an issue finding parts, it may be something that you will need to live with...

2,105

There are a number of VIN decoders and engine number databases you can check to find the specs Also Porsche of USA can give you a COA with more info

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