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Build thread here.
Bill... exceptional body of mechanical & fabrication art. Good onya!
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Nice work, and I like the Brown.
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Swapped my 3.2ss for a 3.6



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here is a short video of mine

slow progress- but progress https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uRlhb68__U
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here is a short video of mine

slow progress- but progress https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uRlhb68__U
Sounds familiar. Keep up the good work. You're going to have a fun car when it's all done.
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After coil over setup installed, 3.8l going in

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3.2ss coming out to make room for 3.6
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First time seeing this thread, below are the specs for the conversion into my 81 backdate. Lots of help from Mark Kinninger on this build including rebuilding both engine and trans.

Based on a 964 3.6L enlarged to 3.8L
Oil plugs removed and case cleaned, tumbled and inspected, check tolerances
Std/Std Crank Magnaflux and Polished, Cross Drilled for oiling
Pauter Lightweight Rods with ARP Bolts
Mahle Motorsport 3.8L Pistons and Cylinders with Custom Valve Pockets 11.3:1
Heads rebuilt, new valves, guides, valve job, Aasco springs and Ti retainers
Custom WebCam 3.8 RSR Billet Cams
B & B 1.75” Exhaust Headers with Heat Exchanger, Stainless Steel
Rarly L8 RSR Sport Muffler, Stainless Steel
Supertec Head Stud Kit
Supertec Rebuilt Rocker Set
Coated Bearings
RSR Center Mount and Carrera Fender Mount Oil Coolers, Dual Fans,
Elephant Racing Finned Oil Lines, Black Braided Cooler Lines and Fittings -12 AN
Custom Engine Tin for 3.8L into Earlier Chassis
Custom Fan Shroud Adapting Early Fan to 3.8L Engine
Patrick Motorsports Pulley

AEM Infinity ECU Programable Engine Management with Custom Harness
JBRacing Twin Plug Distributor
Clewett Engineering Cam and Flywheel Sensors
Clewett Engineering 8mm Wire Set

EFI 50mm PMO ITB’s
EarlsPTFEConvoluted -6 AN Lines and Fittings, Black
Fuel Lab 10 Micron Fuel Filter, Black
Summit Racing Fuel Pressure Regulator, Black
ITG Sausage Air Filters
New Bosch Fuel Pump



Original Number Matching 915 Gearbox
Fully disassembled cleaned, tumbled check tolerances
Wavetrac LSD
New Synchros, Sliders, Dog Teeth, Welded Gears
Custom G50 Output Flanges by Gbox
New G50 Axles
Wevo Billet Bearing Retainer
Wevo Billet Side Cover with 930 Turbo Bearing
New Rear Wheel Bearings
Centerforce Clutch Kit
Patrick Motorsports Lightweight Flywheel
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Like Dave, mine was built by Mark Kinninger at Black Forest. 3.8L based on a 1995 993 OBD1 motor. Almost identical in the engine build with the exception of Carillo rods, Supercup cams (also from Webcam) and ported and polished heads. I'm running the non vram setup with custom SWong chip. The chassis is a 1984 M491. Car was featured in Excellence magazine back in 2008 in completion.
Love it. It's a beast.

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Like Dave, mine was built by Mark Kinninger at Black Forest. 3.8L based on a 1995 993 OBD1 motor. Almost identical in the engine build with the exception of Carillo rods, Supercup cams (also from Webcam) and ported and polished heads. I'm running the non vram setup with custom SWong chip. The chassis is a 1984 M491. Car was featured in Excellence magazine back in 2008 in completion.
Love it. It's a beast.

Did you buy this car earlier this year? I really wanted to buy this car for my next project.
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Yes, Dave - I bought it earlier in 2017. I can see why you would have liked it as a starting point. Were your plans to backdate it?
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First time seeing this thread, below are the specs for the conversion into my 81 backdate. Lots of help from Mark Kinninger on this build including rebuilding both engine and trans.

Based on a 964 3.6L enlarged to 3.8L
Oil plugs removed and case cleaned, tumbled and inspected, check tolerances
Std/Std Crank Magnaflux and Polished, Cross Drilled for oiling
Pauter Lightweight Rods with ARP Bolts
Mahle Motorsport 3.8L Pistons and Cylinders with Custom Valve Pockets 11.3:1
Heads rebuilt, new valves, guides, valve job, Aasco springs and Ti retainers
Custom WebCam 3.8 RSR Billet Cams
B & B 1.75” Exhaust Headers with Heat Exchanger, Stainless Steel
Rarly L8 RSR Sport Muffler, Stainless Steel
Supertec Head Stud Kit
Supertec Rebuilt Rocker Set
Coated Bearings
RSR Center Mount and Carrera Fender Mount Oil Coolers, Dual Fans,
Elephant Racing Finned Oil Lines, Black Braided Cooler Lines and Fittings -12 AN
Custom Engine Tin for 3.8L into Earlier Chassis
Custom Fan Shroud Adapting Early Fan to 3.8L Engine
Patrick Motorsports Pulley

AEM Infinity ECU Programable Engine Management with Custom Harness
JBRacing Twin Plug Distributor
Clewett Engineering Cam and Flywheel Sensors
Clewett Engineering 8mm Wire Set

EFI 50mm PMO ITB’s
EarlsPTFEConvoluted -6 AN Lines and Fittings, Black
Fuel Lab 10 Micron Fuel Filter, Black
Summit Racing Fuel Pressure Regulator, Black
ITG Sausage Air Filters
New Bosch Fuel Pump



Original Number Matching 915 Gearbox
Fully disassembled cleaned, tumbled check tolerances
Wavetrac LSD
New Synchros, Sliders, Dog Teeth, Welded Gears
Custom G50 Output Flanges by Gbox
New G50 Axles
Wevo Billet Bearing Retainer
Wevo Billet Side Cover with 930 Turbo Bearing
New Rear Wheel Bearings
Centerforce Clutch Kit
Patrick Motorsports Lightweight Flywheel

+1 for the Wavetrac LSD

Are you using the 044# style pump?
Fuel pressure @ idle?
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I almost bought your car. I hesitated and then it was gone. I regret the indecision. Nice pick up and congrats.

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Like Dave, mine was built by Mark Kinninger at Black Forest. 3.8L based on a 1995 993 OBD1 motor. Almost identical in the engine build with the exception of Carillo rods, Supercup cams (also from Webcam) and ported and polished heads. I'm running the non vram setup with custom SWong chip. The chassis is a 1984 M491. Car was featured in Excellence magazine back in 2008 in completion.
Love it. It's a beast.
I recently completed a 3.6 conversion in my '77. Info and pics in my build thread in my sig.

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Yea, I saw it and acted quickly. It is my first 911 so I consider myself lucky. The seller Patrick was a stand up guy as he had other offers for his full asking price but stuck to our agreed number. Car has been great, especially since the bespoke Wong chip woke it up.
Your car looks like a lot of fun!



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I recently completed a 3.6 conversion in my '77. Info and pics in my build thread in my sig.

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I have done a couple

Mine is a 1980 SC and the white one is an ex-racecar 72 from Puerto Rico. and my neighbor/buddy has a 74 he bought already done done



And my buddy Matt's car too..backdated 89 with a Varioram
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it passes the roller test, clean as a whistle. hood release was broken though.
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Based on a 993 3.6L carrera 1995
Pistons and Cylinders 11.3:1
993 Bosch Fuel Pump
993 oïl radiator
993 carrera 1995 Gearbox
993 RS Lightweight Flywheel
turbo PRECISION 6262
Large intercooler
993 turbo calipers/brake disc
wastegate 40mm
6 psi boost








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Your running over 11:1 compression with a Turbo?


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Based on a 993 3.6L carrera 1995
Pistons and Cylinders 11.3:1
993 Bosch Fuel Pump
993 oïl radiator
993 carrera 1995 Gearbox
993 RS Lightweight Flywheel
turbo PRECISION 6262
Large intercooler
993 turbo calipers/brake disc
wastegate 40mm
6 psi boost








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