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  1. 9dreizig
    09-25-2011 04:01 PM - permalink
    9dreizig
    Kris,
    JUST got your message.. drop me a line I'll be in New England next week...
  2. JakobM
    09-19-2010 05:40 PM - permalink
    JakobM
    Hi, I am interested in your 930. Please send me your contact information including phone no and where you are from (timezone). Thanks Jakob (Denmark/europe)
  3. Geneman
    08-16-2010 11:29 AM - permalink
    Geneman
    Kris i am interested in your 86 930 just posted. Please give me your contact info including email and phone and a time convenient to speak on the phone.. My email is: rauscher@wistar.org. Thanks frank
  4. 9dreizig
    03-02-2010 06:45 PM - permalink
    9dreizig
    Cleared my inbox
    Todd
  5. magnum10
    05-13-2009 10:41 PM - permalink
    magnum10
    Hey, im liking the fenders. If still avalable and everything works, please let me know. recco930@telus.net
  6. magnum10
    05-13-2009 10:30 PM - permalink
    magnum10
    Do you still have the boxed rockers? how much
  7. ohau85
    02-02-2009 09:39 PM - permalink
    ohau85
    Hello
    Just wondering if those are oem slant fenders, do you have any pictures? Ive got 89 Turbo. Might be interested.

    Bruce
  8. 930gt-40r
    06-09-2008 09:15 PM - permalink
    930gt-40r
    Ed, What part of CT are you from? If you need any help with your car that your shop cant get to (summer is real busy for good shops) let me know. I am in the same boat as you, Im doing my mods to my car on a funds basis- however I am not putting anything in the motor that I dont 100% want in there. I want 98mm or 100mm pistons but I need to make the coin first. There are 3 other 930 members in CT that I know of.
  9. GT2EvoGuy
    06-08-2008 07:17 PM - permalink
    GT2EvoGuy
    Hi,

    Thanks for the tips. Always nice to talk to other CT 930 owners. I plan to do the next round of mods this winter (funds permitting) at Auto Associates. I will let you know how I do - hoping for 700whp considering the cost involved for the next mods (ie hp per dollar gets really bad), but heck even 650whp aint too shabby.

    How many 930 owners on this board live in Connecticut? It would be fun to have a 930 meet sometime this summer.

    Ed
  10. 930gt-40r
    05-15-2008 08:03 PM - permalink
    930gt-40r
    I dont have it in my Porsche- I installed one on a Honda Civic that I put a turbo kit on in tech school. But it works real well- If I were you I would start it at 2 degrees per pound of boost and then try going to 1- that worked pretty well on the civic. But If you have a 930 distributer you shouldnt need that- I think that those are most affective on N/A to turbo or if you have a locked distributer advance. If I remember correctly you can adjust in degree per psi and adjust when you want it to come on boost-wise. Let me know if I could be of any help.
    Kris

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    I love Porsches and women
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