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911 3.2 with 993 supercharged engine

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I live in France, and I come back with a new project. It's a 911 3.2 1985, and I put in a 993 carrera engine and 993 gearbox, with a single turbo 6262 precision with T3 turbine A/R82.
It's a low boost with 6 psi.








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a new with 72mm







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Should be about 450hp maybe at that boost? Gonna be a sweet ride!

Cool project!
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X3 connector for blower, heaters, alternator, ignition, oil pressure and oil temp.....................



X4/1 and X4/2 and X60 for DME, relay DME, belt tensionner, injectors.......




connection between relay DME and DME

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Today, I make the intake pipe between the futur MAF and the compressor turbo. 76mm diameter
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Cool kraftwork! Dig the collector edition Wurth calendar... wish I still had that one.
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Nice DIY job!

Why the "RWB" in the rear wing -- is that one of theirs?
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Nice DIY job!

Why the "RWB" in the rear wing -- is that one of theirs?

It is a RWB replica. The difference is that the complete body kit is in carbon. The roof is in carbon too.....I am proud that you tell me that I do the good job, because Turbokraft is very known in FRANCE. Thank you
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Regarding your flares. Are you planing to use the fabricated extensions seen in your pictures or do you produce a mold from these to produce the final pieces?
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Your work looks great, why would you put someone else's name on it?
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^^^ Exactly. The Porsche 934 started the super wide flair style not RWB.
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Cool car! Yeah I was confused as why you'd put RWB on the back. That engine bay looks amazing. Keep it up.
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