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Looking again at the 911 & Porsche World image of the intercooler the length appears to be a combination of the stock IC plus the length of the AC condenser filling the stock tail grid opening.

The images in this article are recent and one has to assume the IC is as supplied by Porsche for the Group B. Earlier I said the rear tank section appeared to be sheet metal but upon further examination of the image I now think what I am seeing is a shadow line.

The Group B is an interesting car mostly known for the Group B cams. Paul Frere covered it in a couple of his books. I studied it extensively for suspension and ride height details trying to determine how low one could set ride height using a basically stock suspension. I never was able to learn if the front spindles had been raised.
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