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Engine Rebuild Pics - just want to share

Since I'm getting close to putting it back into the car, thought I would share some pics:
http://www.competitioncustompaint.com/rebuild/rebuild.html

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Very nice. What kind of coating on the motor mount and fan-powder?

I even love the ARP packaging, the studs look very cool!
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Yes powder. Unfortunately the guy didn't do it in the color that I wanted, but I couldn't really complain for the price I don't guess.

It was suppose to be about the same titanium metallic as the wastegate.

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Nice work!
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Thanks man!

Hoping to fire it up this weekend.

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very nice. did you reuse your pistons? If not, what did you use?
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New Mahle 3.3 Pistons with new fully finned cylinders (C2 style cylinders)
New rockers
New sprocket idler supports
3.2 Intake, throttle body
twin plugged heads
72lb injectors
TEC3 engine management
K27HF turbo
GHL Headers
new clutch/pressure plate
25x10x3.5 intercooler core from Bell Intercoolers
964 cams
powder coated sheetmetal

and... last but not least..... one pissed off wife....

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New Mahle 3.3 Pistons with new fully finned cylinders (C2 style cylinders)
New rockers
New sprocket idler supports
3.2 Intake, throttle body
twin plugged heads
72lb injectors
TEC3 engine management
K27HF turbo
GHL Headers
new clutch/pressure plate
25x10x3.5 intercooler core from Bell Intercoolers
964 cams
powder coated sheetmetal
Watch out!! (in a good way)

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and... last but not least..... one pissed off wife....

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Watch out for that too!!!

thanks for the specs, Brian.
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PO'd wife....

Mine NEVER has given me any static on what I've spent on my car. Out of courtesy, I told her that I was starting to buy parts, so she would know. She made the mistake of asking me what the total was going to be, and was not happy with my bogus low estimate-if only she knew what it was really going to cost. I'm glad I'm doing this a chunk at a time over the next few months. She pays my credit cards off every month, so now I've got to go to cash! I feel like I'm laundering money.
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man...... that's a road i really don't want to go down with my current spouse
it's just not worth it
before i was married, every dime went into my cars
how the times have changed

ps rockin' engine..... i'd love to try a turbo one day!!!
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Wow.. I take it it's not your first rebuild?

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Yes, my very first! of any kind.... I've never even rebuilt a go-kart motor...

A good friend of mine that I went to college with helped me out though, and he's built numerous V8 race motors. Never a Porsche engine, but in reality it is all very similar in concept I guess.

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did you rebuild it for performance only or were you having any problems with the motor?
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Busted piston rings.
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thanks brian. too much boost/detonation?
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very nice attn. to detail and a good job on the boat tailing too!!
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Yes, car was overboosting to 1.2 bar, with a stock intercooler. Not a good combination.

So I'm going EFI to for fuel and ignition control, 25x10x3.5 custom intercooler, and big injectors.

Its been a heck of a project.

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NICE JOB!!
HERE'S HOW WE DO IT. .
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Thanks Henry. And thanks for the Threebond! I like that stuff.

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Am I seeing thing there or did you switch intake manifolds ?? if you did why??
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