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Wow.
Can you help me with mine project

I look forward to more details
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Old 08-07-2011, 07:08 PM
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Are you planning a small production run of any of these awesome parts you keep posting?
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That light weight dual master cylinder set up is so neat

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Subscribed! This is high-end work, thank you for sharing it.
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Fantastisch!
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this is a awesome build... follow up if your going to make any parts for sale... include me!
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I'm impressed, this will turn out nice
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I need your assistance. Someone has pictures or a design of that inside 72 oil tanks. I would like to build this tank in aluminum.
Mine setup is oil tank, filter of 72 - 911, front-oil-cooler of 91-962.
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some pics I've gleaned - just promise to post pics of your progress...











have you considered fabbing the '72 tank out of carbon fiber instead of Al?

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BTW - are you looking for data on component wts.?
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What is that top item? window regulator? How did you make it lighter?

I dunno if losing 2lbs from that low of the front (crossmember) will make a diff.... but I guess if you're trying to shave all possible weight.
I am also curious about the top question.

re the crossmember - the Al piece is also stiffer & his wt.s are in kg

also curious how much wt. you saved on the dual m/c pedal assembly

and... if you want some (high end) inspiration, you might go to the 964 forum on Rennlist and look at the America GS thread (pinned to the top)

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RWebb -> wt. original SCRS Pedalbox is 4.5kg. my pedalbox is 3.6kg
to all -> am looking for pictures of an open oil tank 72. I want to see how the pipes, screens and plates are mounted inside the tank
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RWebb -> wt. original SCRS Pedalbox is 4.5kg. my pedalbox is 3.6kg
to all -> am looking for pictures of an open oil tank 72. I want to see how the pipes, screens and plates are mounted inside the tank
I havent been able to find a picture for you, but I will surely post one if I do find one. I see you are building a hot rod, and if you are planning on building an engine that tevs past 8k rpms, I would highly recommend using a high performance aftermarket tank, because the original oil tank cant move oil fast enough and you will ruin a bearing in the engine. But if your going for originality and your not going to revving the thing to the moon, than you should be fine
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Leichbauer - I am awed by your skills!
It is fantastic to see you going for lightweight solutions all the way through your build! I am looking forward to the rest!

It is great to see the weight of the new parts you replace with the originals. Very, very interesting

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RWebb -> wt. original SCRS Pedalbox is 4.5kg. my pedalbox is 3.6kg
to all -> am looking for pictures of an open oil tank 72. I want to see how the pipes, screens and plates are mounted inside the tank
Maybe someone can help you on the Early S Registry forums for the pictures or drawings of the inside of the oiltank?
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