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Wild 73 Twin Turbo Beast

Check out this lightweight terror...she's gonna be mine.

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1973 PORSCHE 911 Car originally built by Loren Beggs at 911 design for previous owner at a cost of $180,000+. Now has zero-time new 3.9 liter twin turbo motor built by Air Power Racing. Chassis and Body Chassis completely disassembled and dipped to remove all undercoating. TIG welded DOM 1 3/4 very strong roll cage. Wide body 993 GT2 Composite Bodywork. Dual 993 front oil coolers with proper ducting to duct all the air out in front of the front tires. New generation 3M Control Tac vinyl graphics that are easily removable. If you find the colors too wild, the car is all white underneath the multi-colored graphics wrap. 3M clear bra paint (vinyl) protection. Flush fit Lexan windows. Carbon fiber dash. Motec ADL dash. Recaro Porsche Super Cup drivers side seat. HANS type 6 point racing harness. (2) separate 10 pound SPA mechanical fire systems. Composite roof. Cool suit system with helmet blower. 27 Gallon fuel safe fuel cell. SUSPENSION Complete ERP monoball rear suspension. Rear ERP monoball spring plates. Complete ERP front suspension. Woodward electric power steering. JRZ double adjustable shocks and struts. Kinesis 11x18 front wheels and 13x18 rear wheels (4 front and 4 rears). Brembo 8 piston front brakes. Brembo 4 piston big red rear brakes. Dual brake master cylinders with Tilton adjustable brake bias knob. Charlie bar sway bars. DRIVE TRAIN 3.9 Liter twin turbo motor based on a 993 engine. Dual Garret GT25 ball bearing turbos. Extra large custom made 911 Design intercooler. Electromotive Tech 3 crank trigger fuel injection. HKS boost controller. Carillo rods. 911 C2 crankshaft. Web cams with new EVO twin turbo grind profile. AASCO valve springs with titanium retainers. Custom made 911 Design 321 stainless steel headers. Previously dynoed 520 HP @ 1 bar of boost at the rear wheels. 612 HP @ 1.2 bar of boost when it was a 3.6 liter. New motor is a 3.9 liter with 104 mm L&N billet cylinder barrels with bigger cams, should make approx. 700 HP @ 1.2 bar. 993 Turbo 6 speed transmission converted to 2 wheel drive with custom Guard gear set geared for 175 MPH. Guard GT limited slip differential. Solid engine and transmission mounts. Electric Tilton transmission oil pump and external transmission oil cooler. 911 Design custom made 300M axels, 300M cages and Krytox grease.


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Oh my, that paint is simply horrid. Sorry.
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i like that paint job - its a race car, it should catch the eye.
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U gonna sell ur 934 replica now? It's gonna seem like a miata by comparison to this monster.
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I like outrageous paint jobs on race cars!
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Very cool!!! I'm way jealous! Have a blast with it. No one will ever mistake that car for another, that's for sure...And, I like the paint, too!
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Oh my, that paint is simply horrid. Sorry.
Well, I guess it's a good thing that it's only vinyl graphics and they can be easily removed...but I kinda like it in a demented, trippy sorta way.

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U gonna sell ur 934 replica now? It's gonna seem like a miata by comparison to this monster.

Wanna buy the 934 project for a screamin deal? Motor done and being dyno-tuned, transmission fresh and re-geared, suspension complete, bodywork fitted, wheels, bare 930 tub in line to receive seam welding and cage...I can sell as is or complete the project and sell ready to drive.

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So somewhere under there is a '73? How many steroid injections does my '73 need to get to that level...have fun!
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Well, I guess it's a good thing that it's only vinyl graphics and they can be easily removed...but I kinda like it in a demented, trippy sorta way.

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I didn't realize this was a race car. I thought this was street.
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Absolutely Gorgeous!! Any PIX of the interior and engine?

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Absolutely Gorgeous!! Any PIX of the interior and engine?

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Here you go.

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More shots...check out those 8-piston Brembos!

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Where's the air conditioning? LOL
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Hint: that fan belongs to N/A 3.6 and pulls approx 30% less air than straight-vaned turbo fan. There is a reason that factory fitted straiht-bladed fans to all turbo engines.

beautiful car! Turbo-converted 3.6 is a way to go!
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Great car, all the work is there, looks to be stupid quick.

Although you think with the money invested they would have put a 993 link setup on the rear. :/
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Hint: that fan belongs to N/A 3.6 and pulls approx 30% less air than straight-vaned turbo fan. There is a reason that factory fitted straiht-bladed fans to all turbo engines.

beautiful car! Turbo-converted 3.6 is a way to go!

Thank you for the good eye...I will change that to the proper turbo fan!

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The car of course will be road raced and driven a little on the street since it has a VIN and can therefore be tagged and insured, but here is what I think it will look good doing also...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxErY3wJ6U0

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