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I am curious as to which variety of Porsche, they plan to 'Kill'?---
Wouldnt be around the Nuremburgring,I suspect.---Its 3 driven wheels short to challenge a Cayenne.
I would be interested ,if anyone knows the "Mission Statement"?
Maybe the word under the handlebar is 'Red"---so Red Porsche's beware?
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I am curious as to which variety of Porsche, they plan to 'Kill'?---
Wouldnt be around the Nuremburgring,I suspect.---Its 3 driven wheels short to challenge a Cayenne.
I would be interested ,if anyone knows the "Mission Statement"?
Maybe the word under the handlebar is 'Red"---so Red Porsche's beware?
This is from the successful Werner comics and was built to race a red Porsche. http://www.werner-broesel.de/

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ome structures have unusual causes - including this, because what ultimately led to the creation of the Red-Porsche-killer, was anything but normal. Background for the Red Porsche Killer was a bet on the crumbs could be carried away after a few quarrels with his opponent Holgi. And that was stated in the contract on a block of pubs, which culminated later in the legendary race of Hartenholm 1988th It still had to be the vehicle cobbled together that should Holgis Porsche blow from the asphalt.
Together with Ölfuß, who because of his unique inventiveness of old Horexmaschinen already attained a high level of awareness, crumbs talked shop about the technical possibilities, such as four Horex engines were to unite in such a way to provide the necessary feed the future basement.


he saw the original plan, and four engines of a Horex Regina to take to cut the gears, crankshafts and connecting primary chains on each other.
An old BSA gearbox, which would transfer the engine power to the rear wheel was eventually replaced for reasons of stability by a Harley-gearbox from the Dragster Sport.
Of course, the engines had to be modified so that they could withstand the expected loads without difficulty. To this end, crankshafts, connecting rods, bearings and crank webs were made accordingly. The 550cc aluminum cylinder with liner also had to be specifically for the Red Porsche Killer invented and developed. They were exquisitely-balanced shafts and bearings meet the highest standards.
a man is in making the various engine parts could hardly rely on textbooks, everything was even charged, tried, and either destroyed during testing, or found to be good.
After the structure of the transmission in gear very complicated arrangement of the functional ability had bent and was now ready to absorb the power of the individual units and to provide more housing within the primary, the worst seemed over.
Nevertheless was still waiting on a true labor of Sisyphus, the hobbyist to complete the Red Porsche Killer was.
The strong sense of aesthetics and crumbs Ölfuß meant that the framework had to be changed again and again until he was finally progressed so far that the most likely slipped widest fork Schleswig-Holstein, the whole structure could be incorporated.

uvor but they had brought the frame with motors and all associated attachments to the unit, which of course also included the entire chassis. This affected mainly the posterior crankshaft, which brought about a fat belt the gears in motion. From there, a chain saw for the rear-wheel drive.
A complete Brembo triple-disc brake acting on Bremsanlge should bring all the equipment necessary to a halt.

After all its parts had taken place provided that work on Red Porsche Killer, however, was not yet finished. And who was the opinion / is that the assembly was the countless individual parts to this work of art of the heaviest part of the action, is wrong ....
This took place namely a synchronizing all relevant segments. For this purpose, not only the carburetor have the same flow, but also the ignition timing and adjust the most accurate at higher speeds again be matched.

ls everything was set and tuned, now could the Red Porsche Killer using an external starter be touched - a sublime moment, as you can imagine.
After all, the emptied elbow ensure that the four engines roar unhindered their harmony in the world can - what a wonderful harmony!

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