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Here is one MEAN 930............








Old 12-02-2007, 09:20 PM
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Turbo intake tube

My engine builder told me that there were a few things that need to be improved after the engine install, one of them being the restrictive factory turbo intake tube. I see that you did what I'm planning on but I would love to get some pictures of where you went from the wheelwell.

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Old 12-03-2007, 08:00 AM
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Marcus,
The car is owned by a friend of mine from the OVR/PCA.. his name is Jim Briggs.
I'll see if i can get some better pictures and detail on the set up you are talking about.
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Thanks Rory...

I'm originally from OH/Cincinnati and that name sounds familiar.

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Jim Lives in Cincy.
His car is looked after by Ken Farler.. I am SURE! you have heard of him being from this area.
Marus lets see yuo white car! I have a 79 in white.. I love seeing other white 930's.
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My white 1980

This is what the car looked like until this year...trying to look stock but making about 450 fwhp. Latest iteration is 500+ EFI, rollbar, some fiberglass bits, and race interior...pics coming soon.

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DAMN! another bad ass 930.. I swear you guys make it TOUGH to leave one stock!
I LOVE that front valance.

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Rory, I am guessing that car doesn't have coil overs. Did you see how little travel there is on the wheels when it was jacked up compared to being on the ground? It must have some pretty stiff t-bars in there.
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Isn't that shockm's car?
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When I lived in dayton I swear I saw that car at the taj show back in 02-03. Mine is the yellow 930 that used to run around dayton shooting flames. lol
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Do you have a picture of it?
is it a 77 model year 930?
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Isn't that shockm's car?
Shokm's car (one of my all time faves...DROOL):



Sorry to get off topic...FWIW, I love the cars posted by Rory and msurco!
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Rory, I am guessing that car doesn't have coil overs. Did you see how little travel there is on the wheels when it was jacked up compared to being on the ground? It must have some pretty stiff t-bars in there.
Look at the trick Motorsport Design "springplates". I am betting Coil Overs. Damn Holcombe does nice work.

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I find it interesting that the turbo oil tank has both a scavange line and gravity drain to the chain cover.

Anyone know the reason, I'm guessing it is an overkill thing?

Looks like a very well thought out and well built car.
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I find it interesting that the turbo oil tank has both a scavange line and gravity drain to the chain cover.

Anyone know the reason, I'm guessing it is an overkill thing?

Looks like a very well thought out and well built car.
Is that a Garrett turbo? I wonder if it has something to do with the over oiling issues sometimes encountered with fitting one of these? I know that an oil restrictor of some sort is often used, maybe on a track car such as this, that additional line running to the chain cover is good insurance?
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Rory, I am guessing that car doesn't have coil overs. Did you see how little travel there is on the wheels when it was jacked up compared to being on the ground? It must have some pretty stiff t-bars in there.

Nathan,
Oh yeah.. it has coils on it.. This car has no cost spared!! it makes if i am correct in teh ball park of 500/600 hp. I have lots of video of the car going around Putnam Park raceway as well as Mid Ohio race way.
The car is simply stunning!!!!! it really is.
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Is that a Garrett turbo? I wonder if it has something to do with the over oiling issues sometimes encountered with fitting one of these? I know that an oil restrictor of some sort is often used, maybe on a track car such as this, that additional line running to the chain cover is good insurance?

I'll have to ask him which turbo it is. I am not sure if it's a Garrett.
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I was thinking that extra line to the chain cover was for a vent.

As for the suspension it doesn't look like it would take much to get some wheels in the air when cornering
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Fitting - New service kit.
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Do you have a picture of it?
is it a 77 model year 930?

Yup, its a 77. come to think of it, I may have taken you for a ride in it if my memory serves me. I led a 944 gathering out to orgonia and took a guy for a ride in it with your last name. I can't find a pic on this computer at the moment but its yellow with tan leather and color keyed fuchs, and a monster motor.
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