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if you don't mind me asking what kind of times your running at Nordschleife??
that car is pretty freaking sick btw..!! kudos!
As you know, you are not allowed to shoot video from your car as well as not take time of your driving, when public (something about times mentioned already under photos, btw. Through logger times when collecting fastest section times without any slow driving yellow flag parts, best collected time BTG would be little under 7.30 and with the top speed of this car main straight would be under 20sec, so therefore I'm waiting the moment to get invitation to some event, I would be allowed to drive full laps in reasonably empty track, because I'm sure full complete lap 20,8km would be a great way under 8 minutes).

Yes, this car is about to go fast and being street legal still.
Some performance numbers from the summer:

GPS logger numbers:

0-100km/h 3,7sec.
0-200km/h 8,5sec.
0-300km/h 22,8sec. (without rear wing and front bottom plate under the spoiler)
top speed: 343km/h (without rear wing and front bottom plate under the spoiler)
top speed as in pictures: 293km/h

Wihtout wings this car is quite unstable in over 270km/h speeds. Therefore wings and diffuser will be reality to wear all times. Rear wing will be 997RSR wing (little bit smaller and lower than one in pictures).

This will result shortened gears for the next season, because even with wings car should go over 300km/h true speed and we can achieve that with gear changes, which are now too long anyway.
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Just say your car came with the "Sport Chrono" option package like a new 997GT3. Then you can time all you want with a Traqmate timer/data logger. I think the Nuerburgring mainly does not want photos or video of bad crashes/reckless driving for legal reasons. I would think you could get away with a simple timer "under the radar". Maybe something GPS based triggered at the start/finish line?
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Easy answer is your cellular (must be one of the latest gps-equipped NOKIA models)in your pocket: see www.racechrono.com, as we do in Finland: some tracks Nordslchleife including are already coded there and you have gps-based timing/datalogging option. No need to start the clock or stop it, it does it automiatically in pre-programmed locations. Nobody can deny you to keep your phone with you. As simple as that. It also shows your section times, 3d accelerations in different parts of the track if you want to go to detail etc. Simuilar data you can get from some professional or other dataloggers, but now just with the software in your cellular phone. Smart I would think. Real must for every serious track enthusiast.
It is developed by my friends here in Finland. They are quite Nürburgring enthusiasts as well, so all of us as friends of the Green Hell do like it a lot. Even if your track is not there included yet, it is quite easy make your own track 3d database according the quide.
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911 widebody / 930 fitting short nose version of my racing body parts are now ready for moulds, finally.



930 fitting short splitter version of my Strosek fitting long splitter.



Blinkers are Strosek blinkers, round holes will be fabricated for brake cooling. Perfect front bumper option for 3 oilcooler setup.


930 shape fitting side skirts do have brake cooling ducts for rear brakes as well like my green Strosek fitting version.


930 side skirts will be made in two parts, because of the variation in length between wheel arches in different year models of 930.

Now we can continue with bottom plate development.
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Awww yeah...gotta luv da Strosex here's sum on ma 912E Turbo Look
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Here is some history of my car: it started as 1982 SC and spent some 10 years as green turbowide RUF proper engine included, under ex-owner until he wanted the Strosek look. RUF look disappeared, except the engine. I bought this car 2004 and following pics has already plenty of changes (suspension etc.) compared to what I bought.







These are pictures of my green original Strosek 2005 body when the development towards the more appropriate track toy started. This thread started, when I got finished 2005-2008 building process.
This is what it has become...and the process will still continue... stay tuned.





Yes, you have nicely polished Strosek wheels in that picture, otherwise standard 930 look, except the photo has somehow stretched a little.

I don't see any 912E there (if so, you or someone must have changed the banana arms also), except somebody messed the photo aspect ratio by shortening the pic and having oval shape wheels. What's the point? I read your comment to ricers (and some other threads where you prove to be proper enthusiast with originality and factory made statistics) with same messed aspect ratio pic, and quess you "wanna play" with non-original car owners... I wouldn't spoil anything such rare as 912 to this kind of remodelling. And I do have original A1 maintained collectors pieces in my carage as well. But they are not that much of fun, because there is no experimental part: you just keep it as it is...
There is enough really excellent examples of Porsches in museums and in collectors garages and if the car under process is just an average Porsche without any special, extremely valuable significance, I think it doesn't matter if you modify it to your own needs. I do have serious cars for other driving purposes, but Pelican Parts is place to discuss about Porsches. These cars presented here by me are only average very basic everyday Porsches, not worth for collectors items. Too much used already before modification...

Yes, Strosek / OZ-Racing wheels do have a strong character, my set will be ending to my Strosek 928. I think they don't fit too well to anything else than complete Strosek body designs...

The latest short front end with new side skirts will end to the grey 964 RS (which pic you have already borrowed to some other threads to f**k about Strosek wheels) you find earlier in this thread and to another extremely fast Meteor Grey 930 of my friend, you will hear in future . When passing on track like cones brand new cars like 997GT3 RSs, 997GT2s, F430Scuds with my green alien, I remember your original -76 911S and its gently modest performance, even if it is a very nice piece of an item if very low mileage, A1 mint condition with right kind of patina, but not interesting even for my wife to drive on track Peace and pace for every opinion, right?
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Hi Petri

What a wonderful car you have.

Could you please send me some pictures of your friends grey 930 with your new front spoiler and side skirts.

Do you have some "live" pictures of your diffusor?

Could you also please send some pictures of your interior.

You have my e-mail adress.
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Thanks for your comments. I do put some email for you Aspemo. Next week I'm back in my garage, you can have pics of my finished interior of the green. As a matter of fact I noticed I haven't taken any pics of the interior when finished. Probably, because seats are usually taken off in garage because all kind of service is easier to do and when leaving to track or some long ride, then forgot to take pics.

Diffusor has been waiting, because that 930 of my friend is getting its twinturbo setup and exhausts done by one of our specialists for racing exhausts during these weeks, and I want to make it sure the diffuser will fit perfectly for both of our cars. After fitting my car will get new quiet exhaust system as well according to the form of the diffuser.
And rear bumber will be redesigned during this fall for the next season, according to the front bumper and side skirt forms and accepting that huge diffuser.

Rear wing will be 997RSR wing in all our racing application cars from now on and that black aluminum wing will disappear from green.

Short front and side skirts are right now in my fibershop under mould making. We will get finished parts out and painted in couple of weeks, then there will be pictures of short nosed version. We did the highly detailed finishing for this black predesign part for the mould, so very high quality parts are then possible.
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Hei Aspemo, here is enclosed some interior pics of the Green after this season:


Main surfaces: carbon fibre, suede leather, alcantara, matt black steel and aluminum.



Seats are Cobra Seats (Sebring Pro Carbon shell) covered with alcantara and leather and their Outlast gel fillings: narrow and tight but as comfortable as it is possible.

Snap off suede steering wheel, Hargett shifter, Race pedals, Multigauge in the middle ( I took the original rpm VDO out for the period I will race this car) with information of rpm, boost, oil temp front, oil temp rear, oil pressure, charging and also external shifting light tuned to flash in 8000rpm, extra gauges for wideband lambda (only info to the gauge, no engine steering info, as you know old K-jetronic -76 RSR Le Mans system), oile temp3 and oil temp 4, carbon fibre dash with traditional turbo gauges (with tell tale boost gauge), carbon RSR door panels, suede dashboard and door upper parts, tailor made carpets to the racing interior, seats mounted to the bottom of the floor, helmet phone system, brake bias control, automatic fire extinquisher, el. cut, all necessary main switches for gas pumps, extra cooling fans etcetc.

I really like the time I do spend in this office
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Really nice car

Could you send some pictures of the instrument panel and the multi gauge.

Wich brand is the multi gauge instrument?


And if you could send us some pictures of the street version of the front splitter and side skirts when they are ready.

Kindest regards

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New Forgeline wheels arrived for Green Strosek, so I can start to fit new bigger brakes, which will probably be Alcon 6-pot racing calibers with 380mm x 32mm floating vent discs.











http://www.alcon.co.uk/Catalog/11.pdf

Brembo Big Reds (350mm / 322mm) will go to the Grey Strosek as they turned out to be too small . Aspemo: will take pics next time I'm in garage. Also body parts should be ready any day now. Will put pics when ready.
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The new season is almost here and I'm in trouble because of blowing out the lower part of my engine in the end of last season.

I have a need for crankcase (930), crankshaft (74,4mm 930) and 930 oil pump.
I'm already shopping new pistons and cylinders from RUF back to 3,4L BTR specs and I have heads under detailed finishing with new springs, valves and everything.

If anyone have spare crankshaft & case & oilpump for sale I really will buy it with of course shipping prices. Please help the green back to the track .

Also offers for complete -78 or newer standard 930 turbo engines can be considered. I can come and take care of shipping, if you feel it is too complicate procedure.

Because of crankshaft bearing failure I decided to rebuild the engine to original specs by changing everything. Unfortunately first races of the season might be too soon, but what can you do .
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Long time no time for story. Green Aferburner is doing the comeback for the following summer. It took one year for collecting correct parts from all over the places for green, and doing continuous development to gain more torque and power same time when rebuilding it back to zero hours..
Completely new RUF BTR pistons & cylinders, 930 crankcase & crankshaft, 996GT2 oil pump, remodelling cylinderheads same time when revalving them with new springs and valves, all chains etc. etc. Everything beneath the camshafts are new.
Now putting together everything. KKK27/32 Turbo rebuild to new turbines with faster spooling etc.
The crank case is now under pinning process and getting that standard racing engine reshaping treatment for its internals. Pics will follow, when I find time to go through my archive.
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Hi Petri

Nice to see you back. What happend with your homepage www.gtracing.fi?

Have you finished the developement of the street frontspoiler?

Looking forward to see a lot of pictures of your amazing car.

Peter
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Hei Aspemo: gtracer.fi is under development, but didn't have time to put it out. The Porsche racing part business is running like before, but I've been too busy with my dpi-u2.com: most of my time has gone lately in Monaco and Shanghai. But this year is going to be better: I've signed more weeks time only for myself.

The short front is ready, first part tested in my 911 3,6 this season, but I'm now negotiating new fabricatos as we've done 2 copies of it and the quality hasn't been in such level we could sell them yet. Hopefully in few weeks we will have new subcontractor here in Finland.







The grey will get also 930 fitting side skirts as I made the version of my Strosek fitting side skirts, but I didn't have time to mount them yet. For the next season yes.
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The rear bumper and diffusor are finally coming to the green as well:















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The rear end is going to be something like this photoshop shows: then finally with diffusor the lower part of my racing / street car is ready and I can continue with other car projects in my garage. This pic in racing outlook:

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This pic in street look:

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Hi Petri,

Looking great.
Like the front bumper for the 930. Looks really cool.
Your rear bumper/diffuser looks nice as well.
Are you also fabricating a GT3 look exhaust ?
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The exhaust arrangement will be more like 935 outside, but the new bumper can adapt 2 silencers inside of the bumper with the target to <104-106dB in 4500rpm. That will be ok for major race tracks in Europe, when race limitation 110 dB.
Then there will be 2 extra silencers or catalysators which I can add with 90 degree ankles to the exhaust outside of the bumper for <97dB limitation events (street events) and if catalysator is obligatory.
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