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I have a 1982 911 wide body conversion... it has the ruf style fiberglass front spoiler but I want to convert it to the OE look with the integrated fog lights. I bought a lower valance couple of months ago but it's short. I need to know if the 930 wide body has a wider valance than the SC? common sense says yes sine it is a wider body but I have been told a million things.

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The Turbo uses the same metal valance, but the rubber lip spoiler is much larger than the standard 911 lip spoiler. It reaches around and mounts to the underside front edge of the front fender flair.
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I have a 1982 911 wide body conversion... it has the ruf style fiberglass front spoiler but I want to convert it to the OE look with the integrated fog lights. I bought a lower valance couple of months ago but it's short. I need to know if the 930 wide body has a wider valance than the SC? common sense says yes sine it is a wider body but I have been told a million things.

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Any pics of your RUF style valance? I might be interested in taking it off you hands
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I'm pretty sure that the 930 uses the shorter valance. It must be shorter to accommodate the large rubber lip that around the bottom and up the sides. It then bolts to the bottom of the front fenders. If the valance is not short of the front fenders there will be no room for the rubber lip to attach.

If an SC valance is used the rubber lip will be pushed into the front wheels and not attach to the bottom of the front fenders

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Carrera and 930 Metal OEM Valance with fog light holes are the same I have used the Carrera Valance on 3 Turbo Widebody cars with no problems. The 930 Turbo Lip will bolt right on.
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Here are pics of a Carrera Valance with a 930 lip. This was one I used.
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^^^

That's interesting as there are two different part numbers for them and their prices are totally different.

911 (non Turbo) - 91150397100

930/911 Turbo - 93050397100


99.9% of the time, when the various parts are interchangeable, the part numbers are the same . . .
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Do you mean like this?



It doesn't look like the rubber lip will fit on this Carrera.

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They are NOT the same
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If you want to use a sc valance on a 930 you would have to modify the ends by cutting perpandickular.

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Here is my cab that I Turbo looked with original Valance and Turbo lip.
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perpandickular.


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I'm deep into this as part of my front-end restoration. The parts catalog lists many part numbers for the front valance.



#25:
930 503 049 01 (preceded by an "A")
930 503 971 00

For #1:
911 503 049 04
911 503 971 00
911 503 049 05 (marked as M743...Speedster?)

For #46 (not pictured above, looks like Speedster):
930 503 049 01 (preceded by an "A")
930 503 971 00

They're all labeled "front apron"...You'll notice some of those part numbers are duplicated in each section. I can tell you that the '84-89 valance is distinct from the same era 930. The 911 valance goes all the way to the wheel well, and the 930 valance goes to the end of the bumper, where the big 930 spoiler takes over.

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Another thread I stumbled upon with measurements of the two:

911 front valance VS 930 front valance
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To whom it may concern, I'm adapting my Carrera valance to accommodate a 930 spoiler:

Adapting a Carrera front valance for a 930 spoiler

If anyone knows how the valance attaches on a 930, I would greatly appreciate photos or advice in this thread:

Rhinoplasty - fiberglass front to stock

I've never scrutinized a factory example, I can't find any photos or diagrams, and I can't for the life of me figure out what I'm missing or doing wrong.
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