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Anyone with a 930/66 engine?

I'm looking for a pic of the decal on the fan housing strap/band. If you can give me the part # that's printed on that decal, all the better.

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Free Bump...

If you Google; "decal on the fan housing of a 930/66" it will be a bad case of "Déjà vu"

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Funny.
I should have posted here first. We've got more RoW engine "across-the-pond subscribers" to this thread than anywhere else on the Pelican site, probably.
Sorry for the duplicate threads.
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Funny.
I should have posted here first. We've got more RoW engine "across-the-pond subscribers" to this thread than anywhere else on the Pelican site, probably.
Sorry for the duplicate threads.
Quois? I'm North of you!

The 930/66 could be either ROW or Canadian fit from 83 to 89.

I'm guessing you got a "ZZZ" one, but which year?
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1985...it's on the signature below
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i have the engine and your license plate but no sticker any more. sorry! let me know if you find it?
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1985...it's on the signature below
Miss that (too boldy...)

Is it a ROW(.........FS000001+) or the rarer CDN(.........FS050001+)?

I've seen the sticker and probably got a pic of it but can not find it
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The "FS000001+" variety.
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Turbo Sticker for 330bhp Euro Engine

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My car was absent any sticker on the fan shroud but was delivered with the sticker on the larger inter-cooler that came with the increased performance engine option.

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Here you go Dave. I pulled this up from an engine shot of my old (as in long gone to a new home) 1985 Euro 930.
Part number looks like 930 006 501 02.

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Here you go Dave. I pulled this up from an engine shot of my old (as in long gone to a new home) 1985 Euro 930.
Part number looks like 930 006 501 02.
and available through PP but since there is no pics, you might want to confirm with Porsche; Pelican Parts - Product Information: OEM-93000650102
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blewbox88,
You have a 930 SE, if I remember correctly, yes? Beautiful SE, btw. I wondered why my shroud strap didn't not have a decal on it. It's not an SE, but it is the 330HP engine.

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Interesting note;

The decal off the 930 SE engine runs at 25*BTDC@4000RPM, while the 300HP engine runs at 28*BTDC@4000RPM. Bluebox88, the 930 SE factory boost threshold is .8 BAR or 1.0 BAR?

I should probably back off my timing at 24BTDC to a couple of degrees less, since I'm running twin-plug. I've never had any detonation issues, but to be safe.....
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Interesting note;

The decal off the 930 SE engine runs at 25*BTDC@4000RPM, while the 300HP engine runs at 28*BTDC@4000RPM. Bluebox88, the 930 SE factory boost threshold is .8 BAR or 1.0 BAR?

I should probably back off my timing at 24BTDC to a couple of degrees less, since I'm running twin-plug. I've never had any detonation issues, but to be safe.....
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Could you do a close-up of the sticker part number. It has to be different then the one from billjam. Just curious to see where the numbers would be different.
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timing on a 930/66 S engine is 29? what would be the difference in the S and the SE to change the timing to 25?
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timing on a 930/66 S engine is 29? what would be the difference in the S and the SE to change the timing to 25?
The engine billjam photographed is the 300BHP 3.3l RoW engine. The 3.3l 33oBHP 930 SE engine has different cams and turbo and maybe more boost. That could explain less advance.
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not to derail the thread but what would be the characteristics of higher timing on a engine that need s lower timing? what would it run like?
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My understanding is the 330bhp factory engine left Werke1 with boost set at 1.0 bar in addition to the other alterations.

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