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Parting 944 Spec "Budget Build Car"

With my old car back in operation, it's time to sell the remaining part from "Flipper" - the car from the "budget build" thread that I put on its roof earlier this year.

Newly rebuilt LSD transmission with all new bearings, with rebuilt LSD at that time. Less than one season on it. $1,000 firm (rebuilds alone cost more than that, much less the trans & LSD units themselves)

85 Motor also rebuilt over the winter with 2 weekends + a Test & tune day on it. Builtby the same guy who built my '07 National championship winning motor that has raced 3 seasons w/o a hiccup. Torn down to the pistons & rebuilt with new:
-Rebuilt & shaved head
-Rings & bearings (even balance shaft bearings)
-Rings
-Belts & rollers
-Water pump & oil pump
-Cross-drilled crank (good clearance/no oversize bearings)
-Oil Pressure relief valve
-Block with excelent bores selected out of several we had
-951 oil cooler adaptor
-OEM Porsche AC delete bracket

This motor has one issue. It's oil pump will sporadically lose prime when it sits, requiring air pressure to reprime it and get pressure. It never loses pressure when runnning (through 5 races and a test & tune). We have replaced the oil filter, oil pump & OPRV. It may be that the press-in insert in the block for the OPRV is out of round. Running an Accusump system would make this a non-issue, or the insert could be replaced. Price reflects this: $ 2,000 (much less than the cost of a full rebuild, with a lot nice parts).

Front hubs with new stainless steel brake lines, new slotted rotors, repacked hubs/bearings, and newly rebuilt calipers, with good Hawk DTC-70 pads (3/4 pad left). $250 each (will separate parts if interested). Pads are gone

Rear Aluminum Bannana arms with hubs, newly rebuilt calipers with stainless steel brake lines, new rotors & DTC-60 pads (3/4+ pad left) $200 each. (will also separate if there is interest)

Recaro SPG seat. FIA cert expires next year. Some wear, but solid, no tears. Some black duct tape on a high wear area. Includes side mounts, but not slider. $300.

May also be selling Cobra Suzuka S seat with side mounts (no slider), with FIA cert good through 2012 (not pictured). As new. $450.

New in box Sachs clutch & throw out bearing. $450

Longacre Camera Mount $50

Late gas tank - free if picked up(have ore than one)

5 solid & straight Cookie Cutter wheels. At 14.5 lbs, the best Spec wheel (new car is late-offset). $300

AMB Transponder - $175 Sold

-Spare transmission - tall 5th, open, not rebuilt, $275

-Spare short block with good bores (few minor scratches) - $200 (pick up only)

Wheel & hub adaptor are not available.

All prices are + shipping.






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Old 07-03-2009, 09:25 PM
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Hey Eric,
Ill take the transponder!

-Nick
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It's yours, Nick! I'll bring it to Autobahn.
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Wait -- how did I miss that you rolled the car? I followed that "budget build" thread religiously!

I'm really sorry to hear that, and I hope no one was hurt.
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I posted it on a separate thread. No one was hurt. Look here: The Demise of the 944 Spec Budget Build (Putnam Wreck)

It was quite a bummer, but the attention to detail in the safety area (especially the extra roof bar) really paid off.
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do you have a manual rack for sale?
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do you have a manual rack for sale?
No, I do have a converted power rack, which is what most of us us for it's faster steering ration. It had been rebuilt by the previous owner, however, and has a small amount of on-center play. tie rods are new, though.
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How good is the spare transaxle you have for sale? I have an 85.5 944 n/a.

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Hi,
What width and diameter are the Cookie Cutter Wheels?
These are for my 74 911 for R compound tires.

Thanks

Mike
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Grandad,

The spare transaxle shifts well, and turns freely. I have not had it in a car to tell you more. I would do a fluid change before using it, but it should be good for a street car.

The rims are 15x7" Early offset.
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Hi Eric,

Silly question. In the 944 world what is early offset? Do you have centre caps with them?

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Early offset is ET 23.3

No center cap (race wheels)
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Make me an offer - I need to get this stuff moving!
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You open to any trades for the seats??
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Can't think of anything I need other than cash - the car is fully built, and I have plenty of spares!
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I'm interested in the seat if it comes as a set of 2 with harnesses. And the transaxle, are they still available?
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The Recaro seat, and transaxle went out very recently, sorry (trans just yesterday).

I may still sell the Corbeau seat, not sure yet, but it's a single seat...
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can you part out the oil pressure relief valveis tit the one that will work on an 84
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can you part out the oil pressure relief valveis tit the one that will work on an 84

I have a couple of late/single piece OPRV's, but no early ones, sorry.
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