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Old 02-16-2013, 07:26 AM
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I like the paint color and scheme as well as te bumpers. Does anyone know how they the slots like that in the rear bumper?
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Sundevil64. I believe that is to let heat out from the turbo.
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Right,but I was wondering how they cut th so nicely? Router?
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I'd like some details please on the fresh air intake.

Can you provide a close up image or explain how it was fabricated or obtained?

I want to do something similiar to my 930 which has a similiar rear wing.

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I'll post more information on the cold air intake once the car arrives in Chicago.
Here is another photo that might help?
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Thanks.

I'm curious as to what the top, attachment piece is or is fabricated from and the diameter of the flexible hose. I'll assume it take sa 90 degere angle into the stock air intake.

From the photo it appears to be much larger in diameter than the air intake inlet.

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I was reading about the RUF green cars and they had that as well on the air intake.
That car is beautiful and it looks it will be as great on the track as it looks! Congratulations!!

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Closer examination of the image enlarged indicated that it is not a cold air intake whcih would explain the large diameter piping. The air intake is visible behind the down pipe.

My thougths now is that it is possibly diverting air to cool the turbo.

I would still like to have information about its construction and/or origin. An underneath view would be interesting to see.

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Nah, I think it is a snorkel for the stock air intake.
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I'll post more photos once I get the car to Chicago.
Here is a link to the flicker site from the seller

DSCF0049 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I'm pretty sure that's a cold air intake, but I'll see once I get it home.
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Closer examination of the image enlarged indicated that it is not a cold air intake whcih would explain the large diameter piping. The air intake is visible behind the down pipe.

My thougths now is that it is possibly diverting air to cool the turbo.

I would still like to have information about its construction and/or origin. An underneath view would be interesting to see.

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It looks to me like the diameter of the snorkle is about the same as the air-hole in the airbox . . .
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I just went through the Flickr photos, this car is impressive! Very nice!
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Nah, I think it is a snorkel for the stock air intake.
On reexamination I agree. Pulled the trigger too quickly.

The flicker images of the bottom side of the motor show no piping.

Still interested in what was used to make it. If I recall the diameter of the stock air intake inlet is about 3 3/4 inches, maybe closer to 4.

Very nice build.

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Thumbs up 930 Track Car on BAT

My new track car is finally on it's way home!

Here is the link on BAT

http://bringatrailer.com/2013/03/14/bat-success-story-malibu-load-out-of-the-porsche-930/

I will post more photos etc soon.
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Nice track car, lots of little things I've never seen on any other car before.
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Hmm, tongue in cheek does not go down well on fora I guess.

It seems that the car is already sold...too bad.
Here is one to consider. 1979 SC turbo, original leather dash still not warped. It needs some upgrades to pass tech to meet current safety standards as it last raced early 90s. Now has fresh fuel cell, suspension restored with some 935 rear suspension and tail. Fresh running gear, slotted Porsche race brakes and 3.4 liter Jarvis twin turbo with dyno break in @ 11psi resulting 500lbs torque and 450HP at 5200RPM. Has GT2 evo cams that will increase HP up to 7200RPM, so hp once boost is @ 15PSI and 7K RPM, HP should be around 600. Cars weight is under 2200LBS. Should be eligible for many racing venues. It still needs new tires, fire suppression system, and current seat and restraining system. Probably $10K more to finish and probably way to fast for a novice like me. Run with the big dogs with this one. Possible street 930 trades? PM for more info.



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lovely car great buy, I would only suggest just make sure the brakes are healthy and give them a try, 930 brakes are excellent on a lightened car, maybe adjust the feel with different brake pad compounds, again lovely car!!!!
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I was at the Putnam Race Park east of Indianapolis, a PCA club event....great display of street cars, and track cars....so much fun.

But what caught my eye was a guy from Illinois, that brought a stock white 1979 930, it was a killer, he did change to track tires. He had 150,000 miles on this car, drives it to events and has been doing this for 15 years...talk about using a car....one other interesting thing is he had a type 3 tow hitch on the car and pulls a light trailer with fuel and tires...I will have to get a picture, the towing hitch is hidden behind a spring loaded license plate...on the rear bumper from a old GM car..
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