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There is a bunch of info on the "resources" page on the DP site. Look at the technical data page and it lists all the stuff you could get. http://www.dp935registry.com/index.php?page=resources
On the " photo gallery" page I posted a bunch of shots of the various versions of the cars, engines and interiors. There are also some shots of DP conversions on 964, 993 & 996 cars. http://www.dp935registry.com/index.php?page=picture.
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Old 12-13-2007, 02:43 PM
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Good old 935 mirrors. Useless to use -
"Adjustable boost" with CIS.......why? Good for showing off ("I've got a boost knob") only.

But the cool thing these are vestiges of an 80s phenomenon, and a cool piece of early 80s tuner history.

Not for CIS....EFI's coming hopefully.....2008..with the TT, TP, TFI..........that's only a question of....$...hum........
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Kremer, pronounced Kramer, though few people talk about it is the other "Porsche" that broke the 200mph mark in a 930 based car in the fateful R&T that earned Ruf and "Yellowbird" the kind of notoriety that takes a lifetime to build in a single event, sadly the Kremer car was relegated to the status of also ran.
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I have that July 1987 article from R&T - they tested 2 Porsches, the RUF Yellowbird and a Konig/RS

The Konig was described as 'everything slightly loose' & 'not confident' while the RUF cleaned house
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Alas you are right Craig, that is what happens when you are on pain meds and you try to recall facts from memory.
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Heh, I thought you had it right on - I had to look myself. Old age here
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What most don't realize is how horrendously expensive these cars were.........I mean, WAY WAY more expensive than the average car of the day - a bit like comparing a Camry to a new Porsche GT2 today.

They were cars for the well heeled for sure!
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In 1982 Kremer 930 Black Slant $102,000 Miami.
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In 1982 Kremer 930 Black Slant $102,000 Miami.
Geez, back in the 90's when the exotic car market was in a state of depression, I could have gotten a DP930 for about $7K more than I spent on the slant. I thought it was too radical looking compared to the Special Wishes cars. Now, I love them! I wish I had bitten the bullet and got it. 20/20 hindsight on my part!
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