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930/60 cutaway shots from Porsche Museum

Was lucky enough to get to Porsche Museum in Stuttgart last month, just getting around to posting these.
I was amused to see the faint sign of rust on the engine tin right above the turbo in the second and third shots. And no cracks about the poor quality of the pictures , I was doing this against a bright window with arm at full length.

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Very Nice.
Thanks for posting.
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Those are pretty cool picts! I love how they have all the cut-outs to see the inner workings. A guy could spend a lot of time just looking at the engine. For visual people like me, that really helps to solidify how everything works in concert.
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Love it. Thanks.
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Awesome pics! Love the details.

Maybe I'm missing something (safe to assume this), but wasn't the 77 a 3.0 liter without the IC? So wouldn't that motor be a 78/79 model year?
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Good point. The museum is full of things that never shipped, like an 82? turbo cab with all wheel drive! And an inexpensive Chinese Porsche, only one produced.
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I bet that would fail a leak down test.

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I bet that would fail a lead down test.
"Lead down" what - the yellow brick road?!
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That engine reminds me of a Motor Meister build.

Those are really cool pics.
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That engine reminds me of a Motor Meister build.

Those are really cool pics.
No doubt - they likely sent engines back looking like that and responded to customer complaints with "give it another 500 miles - it'll seal right up with some heat"!
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The placard says 1977, yet it's a 3.3L engine. Is it referring to when they started developing the 3.3 engine? Possibly late 1977?
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Cool pics. Thanks for sharing. I find it amusing that the cutaway includes CIS components like the warm up regulator and the aux air regulator.

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Maybe I'm missing something (safe to assume this), but wasn't the 77 a 3.0 liter without the IC? So wouldn't that motor be a 78/79 model year?
^good eye. I also note oil pressure fed chain tensioners. Those didn't show up until, what? 1984? yep, I'm afraid that there is a non-stock 1977 engine...and in the Porsche museum no less. Sheesh...you'd think those guys would know their business
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Wow those pictures are super - Thanks for posting.

930/60 is a RoW 3.3 Intercooled Turbo motor produced from 1978 to 1982.

Dual outlet exhaust was standard on the 930/60 from 1980 to 1982.

Do not understand the significance of 1977 on the sign, unless, as a previous poster noted, the 1st build for the 930/60 was in 1977 for the early '78 930's.
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Cool pics. Thanks for sharing. I find it amusing that the cutaway includes CIS components like the warm up regulator and the aux air regulator.



^good eye. I also note oil pressure fed chain tensioners. Those didn't show up until, what? 1984? yep, I'm afraid that there is a non-stock 1977 engine...and in the Porsche museum no less. Sheesh...you'd think those guys would know their business
It is a stock engine! Same like in my stock 1977 3.3 930/60
It all looks exactly the same.
The started making the 3.3 model 1978 half 1977.
But the vin number shows 78 because it's the model 78.
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Great pictures! I was also confused about the "1977" model year. Thanks for clarifying....although there are some non stock pieces such as the chain tensioners as mentioned above.

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Great pictures! I was also confused about the "1977" model year. Thanks for clarifying....although there are some non stock pieces such as the chain tensioners as mentioned above.

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You're right about the chain tensioners....
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