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There is more bits and pcs that are different from 75 to 76 than you can imagine. The only reason I know is I have both sitting side by side. pm me if you need any info.
I know so many parts are different..
no 1. Is the 75 air box unit the 1 screw type and is it cast metal or plastic??
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NOT on the reg and early too ;D
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Plastic with one steel tab on the left. I'll take pics tomorrow as it's off the car right now.
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Awesome

Can you post a pic of your original 75 930 engine??


i would LOVE to see the small details.


thanks so much
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The one year only mass air flow meter housing.
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75 spoiler with early framework..
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Great find, i bought my one 3 Years ago and it sits still and wait for Restoration till getting the Parts together.
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The one year only mass air flow meter housing.
Hey lite? what makes it "one year only"?
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Hey lite? what makes it "one year only"?
They were used on all 930/50 engines and some were equipped in Aug-Oct 1975 for 1976 RoW Turbos. 950/50 engine numbers: 1975 - 6750021-6750297 (277 engines) and 1976 - 6760021-6760157 (137 engines): 277 + 137 = 414 engines fitted by the end of October 1975. The engine and coachwork had to be identical for Group 4 homologation so Porsche equipped 400 Turbos with 930/50 engines in 1975 and 1976 model years. The coachwork exception for production turbos was sunroof (allowed by FIA rules) and rear wing where Porsche homologated both the larger secondary grill A/C version and smaller secondary grill non-A/C version.
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The one year only mass air flow meter housing.
I like things like that. It really shows how small Porsche was at the time and taking on and winning against the big guys. Porsche used a fuel distributors for 8 cylinder cars on the 930, the one pictured just had plugs in the extra ports while the later cars had them cast but were not drilled out. Really neat using off the shelf parts and making a hot rod.
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All of the 76 models I've looked at or have/had didn't have the extra solenoid on the air flow meter housing must be a R.O.W. item on the 76 models. Does anyone have a 76 with this setup?
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All of the 76 models I've looked at or have/had didn't have the extra solenoid on the air flow meter housing must be a R.O.W. item on the 76 models. Does anyone have a 76 with this setup?
Right Dan this was only a 75 option and some of the 76 race cars had this
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My '76 (build date 1st Feb 1976, 930/50 engine) has the unmachined casting for the solenoid on the FD...not the best photos but easy enough to see on towards the top of each photo...



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My '76 (build date 1st Feb 1976, 930/50 engine) has the unmachined casting for the solenoid on the FD...not the best photos but easy enough to see on towards the top of each photo...
What's your engine serial #? 1 Feb '76 seems very late for a 930/50 engine fitment on a RoW 1976 Turbo.
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Yes, indeed, how naive was I to think that the Certificate of Authenticity from Porsche would be correct. I checked the engine again and it had 930/52 on it, engine number 6760518....

Interestingly, I note you indicate on the other thread that the 930/50 engine was through Oct 75...from data I have seen (Porsche Red Book) indicates the 930/50 engine had numbers 6750001-6750297 for the '75 production year, and the same engine, 930/50 was fitted for the 1976 year with numbers 6760001-6760157 and 6760301-6760808.

Of course, I am looking at this data long enough to know five different sources will give you five different answers when it comes to Porsche historical details....but interesting to see the differences here....
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As I posted on the other thread. The 930/50 engines seemed to run up till the 934 release.
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75 roller

So if 75's are so rare, what would be the odds of finding an engine for a roller I pretty much accidentally found? I am negotiating with an interested party, but I am a 944/914 guy, and completely out of my element.
How much would a roller with original paint and interior (minus carpet), but no motor or trans be worth ballpark? I realize that is fairly open ended, so flame away...
If it makes anybody feel any better, I am looking to sell it because my first impulse was to put a Chevy in it, and well I would honestly rather have a cool Porsche that runs than a rare shell purists would murder me for modifying. Thanks in advance for your time.
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I know. Chevy is a bad idea. Problem is I work for the gov't, have two LS motors laying around, and I think a running 3.0 engine would likely cost 2/3 of my yearly salary. And I am slightly too large to actually live in the car to make that possible... although I could stand to lose some weight.

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