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not a 930 but fun in it's own regard

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More pics of the boosted bus please...
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The bus would have the aerodynamics of a brick. To push it to 160mph is some achievement. And no wonder it struggles to shed heat.
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Looks like a brick but it's been said a type 2 mirco bus has a Cd of .42 equivalent to a narrow G bumper car which is anywhere from .40-.42. You can bet a 930 is much worse. Now if we are speaking CdA than that's another story....
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damn Patrick, your stable of biitchin classics knows no end!

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Oil bunker depleted so time to refill. This time I'm going long in 15w50.

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Oil bunker depleted so time to refill. This time I'm going long in 15w50.

Classic.
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Oil bunker depleted so time to refill. This time I'm going long in 15w50.

OMG! How much that cost ya?
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Another 934 Tribute in the works. GT40R turbo good for 850+hp. Built 3.4L EFI engine.





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Curious monkeys want to know...

What is the red devise at the scavenge pump drive location? Slip sleeve oil return tubes?

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This isn't the built engine, this is my old '85 engine being used for mockup purposes so we could build it all, then remove it all and ship it out. The built engine is with the client.
Red devise is an inline filter, from prior owner, will be deleted as not necessary.
Ditto the collapsible oil return tubes. These billet ones are as good as you can use, but I always prefer 1-piece OEM ones so when I go through the top end I'll swap them out as well.
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Wevo figured the motor would top out at 140mph with the 915 gearing, again with someone else driving. I have enough fun from 0-100 mph to keep me entertained.


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Wuaw, looking good, very nice routed true twin scroll setup with short runners into T4. Badass!

Question: how do you make the 4' inlet connect to the wall (between the rear quarter wall and engine bay), do you use a V-clamp connecting on both sides of the wall?

Thanks for sharing
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Another 934 Tribute in the works. GT40R turbo good for 850+hp. Built 3.4L EFI engine.
Pure Sexiness right there!
I would have to notch the rear bumper to that art was on display like the Martini Tribute car.
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Wuaw, looking good, very nice routed true twin scroll setup with short runners into T4. Badass!

Question: how do you make the 4in inlet connect to the wall (between the rear quarter wall and engine bay), do you use a V-clamp connecting on both sides of the wall?

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Hi Jakob, glad you like it. :-)
We normally make a stainless bulkhead flange and use silicone couplers on both sides. You want a little flexibility as the engine moves relative to the chassis.
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I'd have a mirror on my garage floor so I could admire that while the car is parked, nice work.
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P*RN ALERT from TC

(and the bus!)

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Hi Jakob, glad you like it. :-)
We normally make a stainless bulkhead flange and use silicone couplers on both sides. You want a little flexibility as the engine moves relative to the chassis.
Ok, thanks for sharing. Again, looking awesome! Remember to compliment your alu tig welder, thats some nice consistent alu "stacked dimes" welding right there!
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Thanks, Jakob, I'll tell him.
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Love the bus pics and the TC headers!

Oil change today after work:
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