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That's a funny poster and a cool pic - really good looking car you've got there!


Thanks I looked for awhile to find that poster. They are really hard to find and normally $$$. Got lucky and found two for a good price.

I have also installed a set of sport seats and a momo prototipio.








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Not mine, I don't have the specs but looks and sounds TT with muscles!




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Woahhhh!!! That paint. is she on her way home?
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Looking good, Jacob! More fun is just around the corner!

Car looks fantastic, Ham! Wow!!!
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Love those wheels!

What are they, and what sizes/offsets? Did you re-use spacers or eliminate? Any need to roll fender lip?
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Love those wheels!

What are they, and what sizes/offsets? Did you re-use spacers or eliminate? Any need to roll fender lip?
I'd check this thread out: 930 (1987) Wheel help needed

Wheels are CCW Classic. Finish is hyper black centers, gloss black lips, stainless ARP hardware, satin black laser engraged caps. Lugs are Tikore titanium lug nuts.

Sizes are F - 17x9.0 +30et with 255/40/17, R - 17x11.5 +0et with 315/35/17 tires. Front wheels have a 2.5" lip. Rear wheels have a 4.5" lip (hard to tell by dark color but very deep).

Front fenders are rolled. Rear fenders are untouched. The rear offset is designed not to use the factory spacer.

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A little family portrait before the cars get stored. Spent the morning enjoying the NSX, cleaned and stored it today. Hoping to enjoy the 930 for a few more weeks


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It's amazing how "jacked up" the 930 looks compared to the Honda - guess you've got 18" wheels on it?
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It's amazing how "jacked up" the 930 looks compared to the Honda - guess you've got 18" wheels on it?
Hams' 930 is running 18s as well, hardly the "jacked up" look.
The all-stock USA-spec 1978 930 in the shop? She looks like the's ready to run the Baja 1000, and that's on all-original suspension, Fuchs, and new P7 tires.
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Woahhhh!!! That paint. is she on her way home?
Down to the last dirty details.
A whole day to get it lowered and aligned properly, and balanced, but the results are worth it. Corner weights with weight in driver's seat and 1/2 tank of gas:
FL = 500 FR = 502
RL = 888 RR = 892
Total = 2,782lb
Troubleshoot the wonky factory heater system.
Re-bleed the brakes. No confidence in the new Snap-On vacuum flush/bleeder tool. :-(
Verify failsafes in the software and rev limiter, take it for 2 extended test drives.
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Hams' 930 is running 18s as well, hardly the "jacked up" look.
The all-stock USA-spec 1978 930 in the shop? She looks like the's ready to run the Baja 1000, and that's on all-original suspension, Fuchs, and new P7 tires.
Agreed that the "as delivered" ride heights of the early American market 911s/930s is absurd and hard to believe that anyone leaves them like that, butt to me, 18" wheels make them look monster-truckish since they are way too big relative to the tiny (aka - Paul sized), size of the car. Regardless, that 930 looks like it's on stilts compared to the the NSX (even though there doesn't appear to be any space above the top of the tires).

PS - I've been getting a lot of "behind the scenes" pics & vids of HamSammich930Tewl's car - spectacular build you guys have done, to say the least!

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^^^ Coincidental topic. We took the 930 to dinner last night and setting at the light I noticed how high the rear bumper on the car in front of me was. I looked to my left and was looking up at the door glass of another small car. I thought; dam this car is low. I think my car is closer to the NXS height. The tow hook scrapes on the rolled curb sidewalk up to my driveway.

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Down to the last dirty details.
A whole day to get it lowered and aligned properly, and balanced, but the results are worth it. Corner weights with weight in driver's seat and 1/2 tank of gas:
FL = 500 FR = 502
RL = 888 RR = 892
Total = 2,782lb
Troubleshoot the wonky factory heater system.
Re-bleed the brakes. No confidence in the new Snap-On vacuum flush/bleeder tool. :-(
Verify failsafes in the software and rev limiter, take it for 2 extended test drives.
That's an awesome setup. Mine was also in the same range, right down to the weights and overall, but will have to do it all over again after the refresh/EFI install.

That photo, though... Incredible. One of the nicest ones here for sure!!!
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