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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Send Kevin Jeanette an email at Gunnar Porsche. http://www.gunnarracing.com/ He probably knows the whereabouts of every one of those intakes, etc.
I remember seeing different variations of injection mounted intercoolers and horseshoe plenums, etc. when I worked there.
I remember one that had the injectors mounted about 8 or 10" up the injector stacks above the throttle butterflies pointing upwards against the airflow to atomize fuel better.

The Kremer bodywork was the most attractive looking 935 to my eyes.
The wider longtail "Moby Dick" and the last generation ground effects 935 were pretty cool looking too, but then the wonderful 956 and then 962 with sidepod mounted intercoolers came along around the same time in '83 and the rest is history.
Later on the 962 got an injection mounted intercooler and a big air scoop on the top of the tail right behind the roof. That reduced turbo lag, made more horsepower, and worked better on some tracks and in hot climates.
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