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Slider79SC 11-11-2006 06:54 AM

934 spoiler for 930's
 
Hi all you turbo junkies...

Would anyone be interested in a 934 style lower spoiler for your standard 930 flares. I am upgrading my car to 930 bodywork for a PCA F prepared class racer and wanted one of these but couldn't find one.

I talked with a vendor this weekend that is thinking about manufacturing these and I would like to get and idea of the interest involved so that we can help inspire him to go forward with the project. Who knows, maybe if enough of you are interested we can get the price down a little bit too.

This is just an inquiry at this stage, I don't have any specifics and its not my place to provide any (I would let him provide all that).

Here is a picture of a factory 934 lower spoiler, the one he is thinking of making would fit standard fenders, not the extended ones.

http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1163256832.jpg http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1163256844.jpg

turbocarrera 11-11-2006 08:57 AM

I've always liked the 934 splitter - it looks so mean - and considered one for a time but I don't like the fact that you still use the impact bumper. In my search for the ultimate 930 spoiler I saw this..

http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1163263655.jpg

The bottom splitter looks similar to the style you posted and the top looks like the 964 bumper where it meets the hood and fenders. I've always liked the 964 bumper but hated the splitter part of it. This spoiler has it all imo - the 934 style splitter portion mated with a kind of 964 bumper section. If it was made to fit the stock 930 fenders in CF - to hell with backdating! I would be on it like stink on a monkey.

prooutlaw 11-11-2006 10:04 AM

What he said

Dave 86 930 Fl 11-11-2006 01:26 PM

I'm interested

artplumber 11-11-2006 03:07 PM

I actually like the impact bumper on top of the spoiler. Oh and I'm interested.

DougM 11-12-2006 06:20 AM

Not exact, but some of these are similar.
http://www.betterbodiesmotorsport.com/fbumper.htm

briankeithsmith 11-12-2006 06:41 AM

I installed one from TRE - www.tremotorsports.com

http://www.competitioncustompaint.co.../frontend3.jpg

Pictures are at:
http://www.competitioncustompaint.com/934/934.html

Finished pics are at:
http://www.competitioncustompaint.com/misc.html

It fit well, and I mounted it with DZUS fasteners so that I could remove it at the track to get my car on/off the trailer more easily.

Brian

artplumber 11-13-2006 06:36 AM

I don't see that on their TRE's website. What did you end up using the outside ducts for?

JimCulp 11-13-2006 08:45 AM

I believe that American International Racing carries one too-

http://www.americaninternationalracing.com/gallerymore.asp?id=259246&page=14&galleryid=27026

briankeithsmith 11-13-2006 09:58 AM

I didn't route them to anything. Just route the brake ducts to the brakes.

At the track, I'd block off the 2 side pods with duct tape because I didn't want air going in there.

Brian

Dave 86 930 Fl 11-13-2006 01:28 PM

I shot an email to TRE ... $325 + ~$100 shipping. Sounds like a great price.

Brian, Is there some sort of weather stripping around the openings? If so, who is the source for that product?

briankeithsmith 11-13-2006 03:08 PM

No, I basically took some aluminum sheet metal and would cut out 2 frames for each opening, then I sandwiched the screen in between the 2 frames and pop-riveted them together. Then I painted them flat black with a spray can.

Then mounted them to the front end.

A few years ago we did a group buy on these from TRE. I got it together back then, so if we have 5-6 people that are interested maybe Dave can do another one (we'd have to ask him).

Brian

Slider79SC 11-13-2006 03:30 PM

Dave at TRE is the one thinking about making the lower spoiler for the stock bumper 930's.... just to let you know

fredmeister 11-14-2006 04:52 PM

I am definitley interested in the lower valence.
How many people would be required to make this a "GO" Project?

A930Rocket 11-14-2006 05:12 PM

I have the same one as Brian.

I made a block off for the drivers side and ducted the left side to the fender oil cooler. Still need to fab a screen for the center oil cooler openings.

For the brake ducts, I cut them back and fabbed some fittings that allow the duct work to slip on. In hind site, I should have made the openings bigger and stepped them down to my duct size.http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1163553104.jpg

bigrubberjeep 11-14-2006 05:48 PM

Ooooohhh now thats a nice car

Dave 86 930 Fl 11-15-2006 02:41 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by A930Rocket
I have the same one as Brian.

I made a block off for the drivers side and ducted the left side to the fender oil cooler. Still need to fab a screen for the center oil cooler openings.

For the brake ducts, I cut them back and fabbed some fittings that allow the duct work to slip on. In hind site, I should have made the openings bigger and stepped them down to my duct size.http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploa...1163553104.jpg

So, I'm assuming that you installed the oil cooler in the nose in-series with the fender oil cooler? Any major issues mounting the valence to the car?

Regards, Dave

Slider79SC 11-15-2006 08:47 AM

Ok everyone,

I talked with the vendor today and got permission to post his contact info. Please contact him and let him know your interest so that he can get an idea of production requirements.

It may came as no suprise to find out that the vendor is Dave @ TRE (sales@tremotorsports.com).

Let him know,

sand_man 11-15-2006 09:48 AM

I like the way the "original" 934 valence looks - retaining the impact bumper and side accordians. Is this the way it wil be manufactured to fit, or will it look like the one that Brian and Rocket are running?

Slider79SC 11-15-2006 10:12 AM

It will resemble the original like the ones in the first two pictures. Way cool!!!!

TRE is also the manufacture of the one that Brian has.


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