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Yes Track tires!! LOL

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First drive on fresh motor rebuild. Loving the TK twin scroll duel WG!
Glad you're liking it!
Improved response and power delivery now, despite the elevation?
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Yes, very responsive! Boost on much sooner!
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It's not in a 930, but I finally got my little turbo 2.7L project running today after a long year of tinkering. I want to thank Chris at TurboKraft for making a set of the original style wastegate flanges for me, they turned out great! Can't wait to drive this thing and see how it performs, it sounds so good. hehe





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Geez! Can't believe how big the hot side looks on that turbocharger.
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Installed my NOS locking gas cap and new fuel filler flap.

I purchased the 911 locking gas cap for $3.00 15 + years ago..

Yes I know a locking gas cap on a 930 is redundant hence itís 3.00 price tag at a swap meet.

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93097004xx your photos are so big that I can't see them on my 32" screen.
Anyone else have this problem?
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93097004xx your photos are so big that I can't see them on my 32" screen.
Anyone else have this problem?
Yep. Itís so big that I can only see the keys on my iPad.
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Photos appear normal on an iPhone, the rest of the options not so much. Too bad Pelican doesnít have a solution to this.
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Not my 930 but I think this photo captureís the instant unmistakable aesthetic perfection of the forced induction wide body G body. I.E. the 930.

Anyhow classic beauty here.






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Went for a drive with a couple of buddies
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In that picture the whale tail looks considerably longer than the tea tray. I know 000 had a article back a few years ago.. Quite in depth with part numbers and many detailed pictures ect on every factory rear wing porsche has installed.

I remember the 3.2 carrera RS style wing being notably longer than the turbo whale tail.

Iíve never seen or taken the time to try to compare a whale tail with a tea tray.

Very nice 930 btw.


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In that picture the whale tail looks considerably longer than the tea tray. I know 000 had a article back a few years ago.. Quite in depth with part numbers and many detailed pictures ect on every factory rear wing porsche has installed.

I remember the 3.2 carrera RS style wing being notably longer than the turbo whale tail.

Iíve never seen or taken the time to try to compare a whale tail with a tea tray.

Very nice 930 btw.


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Yes the early tails are considerably longer. The later tails are taller. Both serve their purpose. Thank you for the compliment.

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