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  1. chfrank
    11-16-2015 09:11 PM - permalink
    chfrank
    Do you still have the 996 GT3R single intake shown on you post? I am looking for one.

    -Chris
  2. jrsully
    12-01-2013 04:58 PM - permalink
    jrsully
    Tim, do you sell Swepco oil.? Need some for a fresh Trans build on a 71T, not far from Wantagh. Thx Jim S
  3. Tweety911
    08-19-2013 07:33 AM - permalink
    Tweety911
    Hi-

    I saw a pic of your car with the rear quarters installed with dzeus fasteners. Are those turbo flares or RSR? Nice looking.


    S
  4. RageRover
    05-21-2013 09:30 AM - permalink
    RageRover
    Tim,
    I'm an idiot! I should have scrolled down, I would have saw that you did mount the intercooler 930 style, on top on the engine, "hidden" in a "whale tail."

    Although you have a nice 935? pictured!

    Those polished plenums...EYE CANDY!

    I read ur post too quickly, I saw "...the intercooler is not mounted the engine is about to be stuffed in to the back..." & figured you were mounting the intercooler differently.

    Not enough sleep! Sorry if I wasted your time.

    I must say, BEAUTIFUL work. Even the engine whos intake-plenums are black, still a lot nicer than factory!

    If you have any comments about using a water/air system, I'm all ears!

    I know you can get an air/air intercooler under a stock lid by using a thinner intercooler & pushing it back, but the charged air wouldn't get cool enough. Which lowers power & stresses the engine.

    Jag, Rover, Subaru have air/water systems that can be adapted.


    Regards,
    David L. Glaser
    1(516) 972-3740
  5. RageRover
    05-21-2013 09:06 AM - permalink
    RageRover
    Part 2 of 2. They limit how many words you can send at once

    Hopefully in a couple years (maybe sooner by using school load money LOL seriously!) I'd love to backdate & build a "barebones", stripped out 911 (a 964 is a dream, but 1980's 911SCs are "cheap", 964 got expensive. Even 1980's 911s have been rising in price FAST).

    Ever follow Jalopnik (car blog), they had a 4min YouTube video of Bugatti's chief designer's personal vehicle: a stripped out, '70s backdated 1981 911SC, w/ plastic & carbon body panels. Weight: under 1000kg. HP: about 250.

    Bugatti's head designer's 911: Bugatti Head of Design's Personal 911 Project - DRIVEN - YouTube

    Thanks for your time and sorry for my verbal diarrhea!

    I also notice you're in Wantagh? I'm between Long Beach/Lido & Great Neck.

    Regards,
    David L. Glaser
    1(516) 972-3740
  6. RageRover
    05-21-2013 09:03 AM - permalink
    RageRover
    Hi Tim,
    On a recent thread about ITB, you posted "This is one of ours... in this pic the intercooler is not mounted as the powertrain is about to be stuffed back in the car."

    where/how do you mount the intercooler. What type do you you use: air/air or water/air.

    My dream would be a "stockish" loooking (narrow body) turbo 911, that fits a stock rear lid. Although with a powerful & light 911, you would need some aero at high speed. So I'd use a "Ducktail."

    If the vehicle is a track car, I guess mount the intercooler in the car (935 type style) & duct air in through the 2 side "B" pillar area windows?

    I've been thinking of water/air & mount radiators upfront in left fender & the front of an RS bumper.

    I'm not building anything at the moment or anytime soon unfortunately, just dreaming...and planning.

    I'm trying to finish-up med school & should be studying for my exams/boards now, but often distracted & usually reading the Pelican boards!

    Sent in 2 parts, Part 1
  7. TimT
    02-11-2011 03:18 PM - permalink
    TimT
    I have to see if I can find a box for the p/n
  8. DG624
    02-11-2011 01:34 PM - permalink
    DG624
    TimT,

    I saw your reference to SKF clinderical Thrust bearings. I looked at SKF under Thrust Bearings and they had a variety of parts... no pictures. Do you remember what the name of these was and are the Cylinderical Roller Thrust bearings or some other part? These seem like a great idea for coilovers.

    David Greene
    dgreene624@yahoo.com

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