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Been awhile since I've been back to your thread, the car is amazing!! I like the wiring harness and use of the PDM, not to mention just how clean and well thought out everything seems to be. Hope to see it in person soon, lit show week maybe....
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Been awhile since I've been back to your thread, the car is amazing!! I like the wiring harness and use of the PDM, not to mention just how clean and well thought out everything seems to be. Hope to see it in person soon, lit show week maybe....
Thanks! You should get together with Rywire for one of your builds. I can connect you two if you'd like.

Super Street has published a couple articles on the build.

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1982 Porsche 911SC Restored - Part 1: Power Plant

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1982 Porsche 911SC Restored - Part 2: Suspension, Brakes, Chassis
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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....
Yes, they fine and look so good.
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We're basically down to bare metal and after all this work I feel like we'd be crazy to not go with a custom color. I saw this years ago and always loved.



Let me know if you have any suggestions. I also like the Tundra Pro cement color.
Good day Ryan. Do you know what this colour is?
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We're basically down to bare metal and after all this work I feel like we'd be crazy to not go with a custom color. I saw this years ago and always loved.



Let me know if you have any suggestions. I also like the Tundra Pro cement color.
Can anyone please tell me what this awesome colour is?
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Here's an in depth look at the paint and body process

1982 Porsche 911SC Restored – Part 3: Paint, Reassembly, Conclusion
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Quick update:

I had Beau from BBR Tuning stop by to mechanically sync the ITB's and also give the electronics a once over. We're making a couple small tweaks and headed to the dyno in a couple weeks. Beau does all the engine calibration for Singer and is amazing.

Love this photo.



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Love the olive. Reminds me on one of my all time favorite 911's. The RUF NATO 930. Look it up.
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I saw this was asked earlier but didn't understand the answer. Will this car by smogged in the normal fashion? Any issues with the replaced intake system? CARB compliant

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+1 for Beau, kid is fantastic at what he does.
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+1 for Beau, kid is fantastic at what he does.
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Ryan.....great vision....great execution.

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quick update:

I had beau from bbr tuning stop by to mechanically sync the itb's and also give the electronics a once over. We're making a couple small tweaks and headed to the dyno in a couple weeks. Beau does all the engine calibration for singer and is amazing.

Love this photo.



what. A. Shot.
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Ryan.....great vision....great execution.

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Thanks, Al! I appreciate it. Ready to turn some heads at Luft this year
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