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Ok please help out the ignorant here....what exactly are the small trottle body type units on top of each pressurized plenum chambers on the 935??? What is their exact purpose?

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First sunlight in 3 years. I had a bunch of crappy stuff happen in my life, and let her sit for while . I have been worrying if the fd would be stuck , I had more or less, just put her away wet and dirty .
New battery , few cranks of the key, and it fired right up . I am gonna try to pile some miles on it this year
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Crown...hummm blow off valves...no not buying into that.

I'm thinking there is more going on here, after all having the throttle linkage attached to them, and on top of the intake charge plenums, means it has to be throttle transition/idle/overrun something related?

Some 935 engines have the items blocked off with plates, while other 935's have none of these at all?


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Leaving a big carbon foot print on the bumpy, Norf TexASS highways! These bisches sure make excellent highway commuters as long as you don't mind paying for the fuel.

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Ha! No doubt about that. That pic was snapped one handed during leisurely highway cruising at around 85.

It sure is fun to gas it up while cruising at that speed - get going over 100 before you know what happened and just hope that no po-po is up ahead running radar!
^^^ Yep ... fun indeed!

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I am getting the idea that some people are doing the high-speed equivalent of 'Watch this! Hold my beer...'
taking a pic of your dash at 135+mph is a ****ing stupid thing to do.
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I am getting the idea that some people are doing the high-speed equivalent of 'Watch this! Hold my beer...'
taking a pic of your dash at 135+mph is a ****ing stupid thing to do.
So you really can't see the other person in the pic.. who actually took the picture, I think that's ****ing great. As intended.. duh!
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I am getting the idea that some people are doing the high-speed equivalent of 'Watch this! Hold my beer...'
taking a pic of your dash at 135+mph is a ****ing stupid thing to do.
Of course 135mph isn't politically correct.
Go away. This thread and car isn't for you.
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Well I don't know about anybody else here...but I've never driven that fast on a public road, nor have I ever inhaled, I've never had drunken unprotected sex, and I've never voted for a republican. Furthermore, I've never even gotten out of third gear on my Ducati.

So if anyone ever tells you that I sat on the roof (through the open T top of a camaro while doing 100+ with the crusie control on}, well they are simply mis-informed, as that would be a foolish thing to do.

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I take 135mph+ driving pretty seriously. I don't do it with one hand while trying to take a picture with the other. 'Politically Incorrect' is one thing, it's dangerous enough on its own. adding distractions inside the car just make it reckless.
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So you really can't see the other person in the pic.. who actually took the picture, I think that's ****ing great. As intended.. duh!
What I want to know is where is the other person's other hand?!?!?!

PS- I can't believe Paul, Kenik, the new dude Ravi, or someone else hasn't said something to the effect of that my blurry pic wasn't due to bumpy road surface.


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So if anyone ever tells you that I sat on the roof, buck fuggen' neeked (through the open T top of a camaro while doing 100+ with the crusie control on}, well they are simply mis-informed, as that would be a foolish thing to do.

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Ok please help out the ignorant here....what exactly are the small trottle body type units on top of each pressurized plenum chambers on the 935??? What is their exact purpose?

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Alas, naked not...but it was a repo'ed car and we were told to bring it back it any condition. That was a fun summer job...didn't even get shot at, although some of the picks were a bit dicey :}

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Did my own research about the 935 engine intake throttle bodies on top of the plenums.

Turns out they are there to help smooth out resonances in the pressurized intake plenums, to better balance flow on both banks of intakes.

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First sunlight in 3 years. I had a bunch of crappy stuff happen in my life, and let her sit for while . I have been worrying if the fd would be stuck , I had more or less, just put her away wet and dirty .
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Absolutetly LOVE the Peru Red turbo.

The 911 I grew up pretending to drive was Peru Red.



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Absolutetly LOVE the Peru Red turbo.

The 911 I grew up pretending to drive was Peru Red.



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Peru Red is one of those weird colors, it does not photograph very well, but in person it is awesome . just a period correct cool Porsche color. Within the first 10 seconds of looking at this car, I knew it was coming home with me.
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Well I don't know about anybody else here...but I've never driven that fast on a public road, nor have I ever inhaled, I've never had drunken unprotected sex, and I've never voted for a republican. Furthermore, I've never even gotten out of third gear on my Ducati.

So if anyone ever tells you that I sat on the roof (through the open T top of a camaro while doing 100+ with the crusie control on}, well they are simply mis-informed, as that would be a foolish thing to do.

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That's hilarious. When I was allot younger and a little dumber my buddy was driving his Sportmatic bug down !-5 with me in the passenger seat. He told me I was going to have to drive in a minute. Not really knowing WTF he was talking about I said "ok whatever"
he then proceeded to climb out the window, crawl over the top of the car and back in the pas. window.
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