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I sent your bracket relocation hardware so be on the lookout for a yellow bubble pack. Cannot wait to see the pictures! I considered cutting my rear quarters to do the Kremer taillight mod but chickened out due to all that was involved. That is a neat look. To me it has a 928ish rear look to it that is appropriate for the era.

I received a PO for the matching muffler/WG set. It is in production now, plan to test fit the end of next week. Wait 'till you hear that 3" W/G pipe on boost, wow what a wail it has!

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Old 05-07-2008, 08:22 AM
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Here is what Kremer Bros decided on, as a street version after the 24 or so 935 k2 k3 international championship 935 race versions they previously built ended up as, with consultation with M Andretti, for a road going hot rod Porsche. Function follows beauty or is it the other way around in this case? Oh well.



Do you have a direct shot of the rear end? l think l like the bumper removal..
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Do you have a direct shot of the rear end? l think l like the bumper removal..
Sure do. This is before Rarly8 new muffler installation. The center vent is open so a really neat set up like his is perfect as it will be really visible, cant wait to install it. The factory one that it came with had to pass the strict regulations in force at that time.

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I sent your bracket relocation hardware so be on the lookout for a yellow bubble pack. Cannot wait to see the pictures! I considered cutting my rear quarters to do the Kremer taillight mod but chickened out due to all that was involved. That is a neat look. To me it has a 928ish rear look to it that is appropriate for the era.

I received a PO for the matching muffler/WG set. It is in production now, plan to test fit the end of next week. Wait 'till you hear that 3" W/G pipe on boost, wow what a wail it has!
Brian, I think Manfred / Mario would appove. I may try another of your systems before I bolt it tight. It is in keeping with the original that came with the car only better. I had the original restored and will hang it somwhere for the next lucky owner to look at.


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WOW ! l love it! l`d love to have a rear like that
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Sure do. This is before Rarly8 new muffler installation. The center vent is open so a really neat set up like his is perfect as it will be really visible, cant wait to install it. The factory one that it came with had to pass the strict regulations in force at that time.

What type exhaust is this??
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Tony - left you a phone message.

I have a muffler very much like, if not the exact same, as the one that came with the Kremer pictured above. The one I have is just a can, nothing in it. Loud as all get out! No idea where it came from or who made it. The muffler body is black and the 4" tailpipe is chrome.
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What type exhaust is this??
It came with the car so must be one that was available in Europe. See RarlyL8 post if you want one. They are really loud and do not flow that well. Mine just needed a exterior restoration but I will keep it for the car to have all the equipment it had when new.
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Tony - left you a phone message.

I have a muffler very much like, if not the exact same, as the one that came with the Kremer pictured above. The one I have is just a can, nothing in it. Loud as all get out! No idea where it came from or who made it. The muffler body is black and the 4" tailpipe is chrome.
Exact description of mine. My original was restorable ( Ben did it ).It may be the same as mine as it is very loud. I like your new ones much better.
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Nice! What type wheels are those? What size? The C2T front bumper looks killer with the slant nose fenders.
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Cheers!
The wheels are 17" Simmons 3 piece. Not sure you can get these in the US? Tyres are 235/45 at the front and 275/40 at rear.
.....................Another angle

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I have a thing for rear brake vents but not the slant fenders or rockers. I have a DP front valance and am in the process of putting on a C2 rear bumper. BTW, I think the Cups are beautiful on any Pcar!
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Some slight body mods, aero mirrors, 934 valance with oil cooler, few silver bits interior with AJusa 930S steering wheel. One day I might go for larger wheels, runnng 7s and 9s now.

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I here that "911Rudy", I agree that cups look great on any Porsche. Polished is also a subjective thing. I see local "brand new" cars that are silver and have polished aluminum wheels for example a 350Z and a Pontiac Solstice.
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Beautiful. Do you have more pictures of your car?
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The wheels are 17" Simmons 3 piece. Not sure you can get these in the US? Tyres are 235/45 at the front and 275/40 at rear.
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