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My FAT930

This is my baby project, engine, trans and all running gear I have done, now its time to instal twin K16s. Its been a great job, doing it all myself I certinly
appriciate it more.
Old 08-19-2007, 05:26 AM
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Top job mate. Is your background mechanical, or 'just' a hobby. I know Porsches are more like an automotive lifestyle than a hobby.
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yourself.i think your lying.by the pics it looks like you have a couple helpers.
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Yea, I agree... those other two look like they had more to do with that GREAT looking car than you!
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Fat930,

Your daughter looks like mine and are probably the same age ~8 years old. She wants to hang with dad especially if you take here cruzin.. Have her put on here cutest sunglasses and take her for a drive..My daughter and I love to cruise. When she discovers boys it will be all over except she will want the keys without me..Seize the moment.. Added a picture of my girl---No wise cracks she's the blond

Too bad your 2000 miles away... nice car ....nice family!

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Cheers guys, Im a diesel mechanic by trade but have a passion for motor bikes and quality cars.
will be doing some track days in her when all done. Been right through front to back, repaired or replaced everything. Will be all like new and most important, reliable.
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Looks like you took that bull by the horns!
What are your plans for the twins? EFI? What heat exchangers?
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mmmm puzzle!

Im thinking of getting rid of clutter and any other extras, webbers are to expensive and take some maintaining as in tune. The CIS injection is the clutter
and has issues, so I think hand made stainless plenum, intake tubes/manifold
and Barry Grant blow through 4 barrel carb with hand made exhaust/headers
for rear mount. What do you think??
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I have all top internals, forged rods 10:1 mahle pistons, solid bronze guides etc
running race fuel mix and huge intercooler with electronic boost control and possably some nitros.
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Sounds awesome, I'm a body guy so I can't help much but I can say you have a wonderful project going on!

Good luck and keep up the great work!
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CIS is a lot of clutter but a blow through carb is rather crude when compared to the outdated CIS, let alone by todays state of the art EFI.
If you are not comfortable with anything other than carbs take a look at a few Corvair web sites for inspriration. Those folks are doing a lot with blow through Webers, 4bbls, and EFI. There is nearly zero information for the same setups using a 911/930 format.
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Would love to update the fuel injection, but after all there is a matter of funds and being able to do all myself ( which is the huge saveing) having said that I would not compramise the quality, finish and performance either, as I want her to go as well as look good.
Thanks Black Hat, some of those are wild and shinny engines.
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Shes a runner!

Well she is back on the road, sorted a few things out, like turbo oil scavanging, wrapped all exhaust and turbo's, straight through exhaust to left side out lets 2 1/2" sounds and pulls great.
Now to install boost timing control to pull some advance out at high boost and fine tune

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Nice, what kind of numbers are you shooting for?
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What device are you going to use to pull timing?
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Up-date fat930

Have installed a MSD boost timing master and high volume low pressure fuel pump.
Also fitted a large hush blow-off valve to dump boost which ive set at 6 psi max.
Have not run on dyno yet for fine tune but road tested and pulling 1.5deg
of advance out per lb of boost with 98 fuel and comp octane booster.
Pulls bloody hard and have lost no off boost performance by keeping high comp
pistons. She is a real weapon now,(wonder how long clutch would last in serious track work?)
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Those intercoolers are rather small and the tanks would give me pause, especially if you want to track that car. You do not appear to have enough surface area to properly cool that beast.
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update fat930

I have run in the heat of the day 27 deg c, on dyno @ 6lbs boost 5800 Rpm making 378 HP @ the wheels. Charge air temp measured at inlet of inter coolers with inferred gun was 67 deg c, outlet end tank 32 deg c. They are MM x MM MM cast tank PWR coolers. Condensation on carb spacer and intake manifold showing good flow and cooling. Also all exhaust and turbo hot ends wrapped to spool up quick, no lost heat and radiant heat kept to a minimum.





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Those cores must be very efficient.
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