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Porsche Crest Not your grandfather's Carrera...

...turbocharged, that is!
Finally got around to putting a quick vid together to share the results of my recent turbocharged adventures. Hope you enjoy!

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Very nice turbo conversion! The interior video shots didn't give it full justice;^).
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Well, Done. In the process of trying to tune mine. Hopefully I will have the same results.

Where is the boost gauge?
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Thanks! Boost gauge is digital, located in Tachomter. I can switch from Single mode display of any of the 4 sensors: Boost, Fuel Pressure, Vacuum, and AFR's which is what you see in the vid. I can also display all 4 sensors simultaneously.

For fun, I'll eventuall replace my clock with a 934/5 boost gauge and plumb it in the charge pipe. Then I'll be able to see the pressure differences Pre and Post throttle body!

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Well, Done. In the process of trying to tune mine. Hopefully I will have the same results.

Where is the boost gauge?
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Very cool, year I was watching your AFRs, unfortunately, right now mine are doing the exact opposite.
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nice job!!!
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Well done!
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Very nice indeed! Makes you grin every time your right foot misbehaves... Love the gauge - Dave's mod rocks, can't wait to get my car back so I can install mine. My gauge was the first 930 guage he did and probably the last one to be installed!
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Very nice install Clyde, you've done well!
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Yep, great job.
Well done.
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Thanks all!

What do you guys think about this Intercooler? It looks like it just might fit underneath the ducktail.

HP: 400+
2.5" Inlet & Outlet
Overall Size: 24" Wide x 6.5" high x 3" Thick (24"x6.5"x3")
Core Size: 18" wide x 6.5" high x 3" thick



This intercooler is good for over 400 HP. Garrett bar & plate high density GT series Intercooler. Comes with 2.5" round inlet & outlet w/ intergraded no-slip-lip. Extreme strength to weight ratio & advanced core design. These are the very most maximized efficiency air to air intercoolers on the market today. Utilizing precision TIG welding, solid aluminum construction. We have seen a 36 HP increase using the Garrett high density GT series I/C compared to the cheap "bar & plate" intercoolers found on many auction sites. The test car yielded a reduction in turbo response time by 200 RPM.


Length of IC should not be a problem, width and height is my only concern. In example, the box measures 6" Width and 5" high. I have about 1/2 - 3/4 inches room left to right (condensor to ducktail). It would be tight, but looks do-able.
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you can send me your ducktail and ill send you my gt2 wing and youll have more then enough room for any intercooler you can buy!!!!

no for real, sick job man, love it
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