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I think he is referring to a hall type TPS rather than the wiper variable resistance style, something like this:

https://www.littelfuse.com/~/media/automotive/datasheets/sensors/littelfuse_sensor_automotive_chassis_rotary_positi on_hall_datasheet.pdf

Honestly, I don't think the drag from a wiper on a TPS sensor will cause any noticeable difference in throttle performance. I have had zero issues with the Bosch wiper style TPS on my engine.
Ahh ok. We're on a hall sensor.

(and only an engineer would have that page saved - lol)
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Made a couple minor tweaks to the engine bay

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Boy, that is sweet looking
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That's really clean looking. I have an ITB/EFI project in my future, but done nothing but plan in my head so far (got distracted by MFI!). I've been wondering about "dead end" fuel rails like you have done - really cleans things up! I noticed one of the latest singer builds does the same so it must work!:



Curious what you used for triggers - in theory I think you could use a single AEM EPM "puck" on the back of one cam?

Last, but not least, where did you mount the ecu and run the main harness? Apologies if you've already posted a pic of that.
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Curious what you used for triggers - in theory I think you could use a single AEM EPM "puck" on the back of one cam?

Last, but not least, where did you mount the ecu and run the main harness? Apologies if you've already posted a pic of that.
We used the Clewett triggers:

Clewett Engineering, The complete solution for ignition & fuel injection

We mounted our infinity unit and PDM (replaces fuse box) via a custom mount in the rear seat area.

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Ry-Wire...that guys work is incredible.

I've started following his builds after I saw one on Hoonigan's YouTube channel.

Incredible stuff.
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Ry-Wire...that guys work is incredible.

I've started following his builds after I saw one on Hoonigan's YouTube channel.

Incredible stuff.
He's the best.
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Let’s see more of the suspension build final pictures. Where did the rear shock reserves get mounted.
Did the front strut mounts need to be strengthened with the coil over setup?
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He's the best.
Ryan,

What's the story with Eibach and the potential for them to actually be making a coil-over conversion kit for the 911s?

Any insight would be great
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Ryan,

What's the story with Eibach and the potential for them to actually be making a coil-over conversion kit for the 911s?

Any insight would be great
Never mind the coilovers, I want to know about the struts and shocks! I don't think the vast majority of 911 owners would really want to convert to coilovers since it requires modifying and strengthening parts of the tub to take the weight of the car.
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Very clean!

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We used the Clewett triggers:

Clewett Engineering, The complete solution for ignition & fuel injection

We mounted our infinity unit and PDM (replaces fuse box) via a custom mount in the rear seat area.

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Ryan,

What's the story with Eibach and the potential for them to actually be making a coil-over conversion kit for the 911s?

Any insight would be great
It's up in the air at this point. I'm trying to build a case for it now. Wish me luck.
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It's up in the air at this point. I'm trying to build a case for it now. Wish me luck.
Good Luck!
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Hey Ryan,

I saw your car at SEMA and I was blown away, congrats and keep us updated on any future upgrades.

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Quick video from 911 cooled shot about 40 days before SEMA and the car is basically a shell. haha

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWgl4pO2idI
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Latest issue of Classic Porsche: Congrats Ryan!

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Love the color choice and all the other choices for that matter.
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Who made the "breather" can?

Thanks!

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Who made the "breather" can?

Thanks!

Gary at DesignCraftFab in Huntington Beach, CA made it for him. It is dual chamber and also doubles as a vacuum reservoir for the ITBs. I think you could also reach out to Sleepers Speed Shop in Costa Mesa, CA and inquire about it as well.
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Ryan,
What a great build.

Do you find the side view mirrors adequate for city driving/traffic....I am pre paint right now and am considering that route but others have said they really limit side lane view....
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