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MBruns MBruns is offline

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  1. mark 74 carrera
    09-25-2014 04:34 PM - permalink
    mark 74 carrera
    Mike,

    I am the blast from the past! At some point I would like to ship you another 2.7 liter to rebuild. I don't know if you know that I bought another 1974 Carrera about 6 years ago. The car has SS exchangers, a 7300 rpm tach and webers. I was wondering if there is a way to determine whether this engine has the Euro specs piston and cylinders and S or E cams without tearing it down? Eventually, I would like you to disassembly and re-build it. But, if the upgrades are there, I am hoping to utilize most of the internals but have you take it apart, check it out and reassembly it. How much can I determine without the tear down.

    I have just started the disassembly of the whole car. Unlike the yellow car, this car is a rust bucket and will need major re-constructive metal work. I hope all is well in your world. Let me know what if anything I can determine from the outside.

    Thanks, Mark
  2. Sonjay
    02-19-2014 12:20 PM - permalink
    Sonjay
    Where are you ??? Please give me a call 407-421-1911 or email CarsRusTwo@yahoo.com
  3. Jim deCordova
    07-09-2013 06:40 AM - permalink
    Jim deCordova
    Mike, the 3.0L is from a 79SC it was rebuilt by FLAT6PACnc. I am located in So Cal just south of LAX

    Jim
  4. mark 74 carrera
    01-04-2013 02:34 PM - permalink
    mark 74 carrera
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Mike! I haven't been on Pelican for a long time. Hope you have a great year. I hope to start tear down of the second 74carrera this year.

    Mark
  5. MBruns
    12-11-2012 09:50 AM - permalink
    MBruns
    George, the 2.7 engines can be very expensive to "bring back "to stock specs due to the weakness in the cases etc.. but you have to inspect it to even get a close estimate, you may be lucky and find a low time solid engine. most of the time its more economical to start with a 3.0
  6. George66912
    12-10-2012 04:25 PM - permalink
    George66912
    Mike,

    I have a '77 2.7 911/85 that needs a total (stockish) rebuild. I bought the engine as a long block, I have no history on it. This engine will be going in a street driven 66 912 with a 4 speed transaxle. I am thinking PMO 40 mm carbs for induction. I am in the saving money mode right now, can you give me a ball park figure on what a rebuild like this would cost. The time frame is not critical, the 616 engine runs good and does not smoke, just doesn't make enough power.

    Thanks,
    George
  7. atelier14
    09-04-2012 10:01 PM - permalink
    atelier14
    Hike,

    Sent you an e-mail

    Christian
  8. MBruns
    08-31-2012 12:10 PM - permalink
    MBruns
    Christian, give me the address and I will mail it next week.
    Mike
  9. atelier14
    08-31-2012 08:51 AM - permalink
    atelier14
    Hi Mike,

    That would be nice if you would send me the 6 pin Bosch box. Do you still have my shipping address?

    Cheers,
    Christian
  10. trauma2
    12-05-2011 08:38 AM - permalink
    trauma2
    mike ,george nevius here. you worked some years ago with my brother kyle on an engine you built for his car at the time. did not know but thought i could mention to you that i have my 1980 911 turbo up for sale on pelican. if you may know of anyone that have an interest please let me know. it is listed under cars for sale ;1980 911 turbo and is white. i believe it would serve someone who is an enthusiast or may use it as a platform for weekend racing. let me know your thoughts since you are well versed and respected in the german brand. regards,george

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