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Location: Denmark
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Originally Posted by MikeD94 View Post
When you remove the airpump you'll find that you would need to remove the turbo oil scavenger pump in order to remove the airpump belt. So, I recommend to just cut the belt instead of messing with the turbo oil pump.

Are you having your car shipped from CA to Denmark? Have fun with your 930.
Mike, thanks for the information regarding cutting the belt, very important information.

I bought the car a year ago, by a nice guy in Pleasanton Ian Fitz-Simon. The car was shipped from Oakland to Aarhus, Denmark. The car belonged to a family member of Rob King, S car Go Racing in San Rafael. Rob did a nice rebuild of the engine, and enlarged it to 3,2 Litre. It's an awesome car, and drives just like a Widow maker.


315 bhp (no intercooler!!)
389 Nm

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