JMG Special Project Division

At JMG Porsche, our day to day business is the routine servicing, repairs and off the shelf modification to Porsche cars. However we are also famous for being innovators of new Porsche performance products, as well as partners with 9XX in development of their products.

We also have what we call the JMG special projects division, this is more of a process than a physical space, where we take on board extensive work, or development of a new product to fit a particular customers needs. With the special projects division there are no time limits, the project will be completed to a high standard and although we can estimate a time frame, the importance is placed on quality not a deadline.

Each project is taken in on a project by project basis and pricing is based on the time involved and what beneficial research the project may offer in the way of future JMG and 9XX products.

If you have something exciting you wish to do to your Porsche, please feel free to ask us about the JMG Special Projects Division.

Wednesday, 11 July 2012 11:31


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What is white, looks like a 1974 911 RS, is quicker than a '74 RS and is lighter than a '74 RS? Answer: The JMG Porsche 911 RSC. A few years ago a customer came to us following a long two year search for a good 1973 to 1974 911 RS, money was no object, but every example he found had suffered from a 1990's restoration when the car's were worth much less than they were then or indeed now. He had come to the conclusion that if he had bought one of the poorly restored in the 90's examples,…
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 12:44

The 944 3.2 Turbo

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It would seem there are a lot of myths, and rumours regarding the history of the JMG and 9XX big bore 3.2 944 Turbo engines, so we thought it was about time that we cleared up the story behind their development and build. The story starts back in 1989 with the early development of the Porsche 944 3.0 Turbo engine which never made it into production in the 944, but ended up being used in the Porsche 968 Turbo S and RS models. At the time, Porsche were not in great financial condition, budgets for development of the next generation…
Monday, 26 March 2012 14:42

Turkey powered 968 Turbo

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From a 968 Club Sport poorly converted to turbo power by another specialist, into a JMG 2.8 968 Turbo, a typical JMG Special Projects car. The Porsche 968 has always been a very capable car, with near 50/50 front to rear weight distribution it handles like a dream, big brembo brakes with upgrade paths allow it to outbrake most cars, and a 3.0 Litre 16 valve engine with variable cam timing, the performance is sharp too. Porsche made four special 968 Turbo RS models for racing, and a handful of Turbo S models for the road. With JMG Porsche having…