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3.4 Twin Turbo

Hi all engine finally totally rebuilt after the episode of my parts not going into my engine ..So purchased all new parts GT3 oil pump Pauter rods Mahle 3.4 P+Cs
993 SS cams ported heads new valves springs ect ... Patrick clutch kit to suit shortened G50. Have the ITBs all mounted along with the flat fan.. huge amount of thought and plumbing went into this to make sure it operates correct and will be controlled by Autronics ECU... The 1981 Turbo body has been widened 4" on the rear and 2" on the front all suspension and brake should go in this week then mount engine and of to the dyno .. will keep posting progress
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wow.................. im not really sure what to say. subd!!
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Wow, looks like a high dollar engine!
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Excellent workmanship throughout, congratulations!
The bodywork is rather subtle, nicely done.
You should be very proud.
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Holey 934 goodness, nice build! Looking forward to further assembly and dyno results.

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Fantastic build. Sub'd
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Wow! Excellent! Flat Fan and ITB's! Wow!
Intercoolers?
The kind of mods and workmanship most just dream about!
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Really nice combination of parts, and we haven't even seen the car yet!
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I know jealously is a bad personal trait.....but I still hate you.....:}

Sooo much coolness out there...so little money for me to work with...sighhh.

Love the subtle body work, so many go for the BFU mondo bolt on flairs and scoops and huge wings, subtle is were class really shines thru.

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Stunning!! one question why did you keep a distributor and spark plugs wires instead of COP's. I really love the way the ITB's are set up.
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Looking good! Can't wait to see her done!
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Just a quick question regarding your cam choice, why did you settle on a reasonably mild camshaft when all the other induction parts seem to be more suitable for high rpm operation? What are your expectations with this build?
BTW, this is in no way criticism, just curiosity. And the engine looks incredible!
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Holey blue balls weeeenie man that is one bad mother effffer.Someone is a true craftsMan.

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This thing is winning, I can't wait to see your dyno results as I plan on switching to ITBS this winter. Only difference will be single gt4094r vs your twins. What turbos are you going to run and what are the heads ported to?
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How does the flat fan work, don't see a pulley. Maybe underneath ?
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Can you hurry up and get it finished. Next weekend would be good.
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