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FS: Lightweight 944 hood, new 951S rotors, used 951 radiator

Five items for sale:

Nearly new (4 months old) 35# lightweight fiberglass 944 hood reproduction: not bad: one corner is short about 1/8" but easily fixed if you sought. I spent $600 flattening this hood & another $300 on OEM Glasurit G1G1 Guards Red single-stage paint: beautiful! Not the absolute perfect fit I was striving for on my restored 951S, so going back to stock. Ideal for racing or the 8/10 951.

$600 hood, 900 into it, looking for $800 (1/2 price basically). Buyer responsible for shipping.







New S4/951S front rotors (just the rotors), zimmerman + slotted + painted hats: $200 + sh/h.

S4 Front calipers (as pictured), 2-part Epoxy-painted red, good to go: $450 or OBO + S/H.

1 year old 3.0 bar fuel pressure regulator: $50



Used & guaranteed good 951 radiator (out of '86 but believe they're the same for all 951's). $140 + sh.

EMAIL ME PLEASE, I'm not on forums daily. Porschesolutions@gmail.com

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Emailed for the rotors.
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Updated: S4 calipers & 3.0 bar FPR for sale too, see first post in thread for updated details.

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will s4 calipers fit under 86 951 fuchs?
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Good question; they fit under factory 16" 928/951 wheels.
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so what would I need if I wanted to run these s4 calipers up front on my 87 turbo
hubs and rotors?
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Unsure, I've never done it but sounds plausible
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so you have made the s4 callipers fit in a 951 phone dial with early offset up front?
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Be careful where you tread here, KEV.

You would need adapters to go from axial mount to radial mount on the calipers, which several people sell. Next you would need 951S rotors and possibly the hubs for these as well. Don't forget the pads, plus the hard lines or some SS lines to work with these.

As for wheels, late offset phonies will not clear these calipers. You will need garbage pail or club sports, possibly Cup1's to clear them.

Possible, but you will need all of these things (I may be forgetting things here as well) to make it work for you.

Here is my upgrade thread on this subject: M758 Upgrade

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Thanks Keith, that's beyond my experience as I've only had turbo S 944's.

Factory S4 calipers fit the 928 16" dish wheels & the front 951S forged wheels as well, but as far as adapting goes, thanks for chiming in.

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Keith,

I am actually using 87 turbo (non s) hubs and spindles with 87 rotors and racers edge short control arms to retain the early offset so I can still use this early offset phonies and the early offset fuchs. I am also using racers edge camber plates to get some more camber.
so that being said. it sounds like it wont be a plug and play if I just get a bracket for the caliper to mount. Though I haven't tried yet, it sounds interesting to try.

Thanks!
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Hey Mark, did you get a chance to send out those rotors yet? Please let me know, would be great to have them by friday, got a track weekend at Shenandoah.
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Emailed you earlier today Thanks!

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hmmm, what is that upper A arm in the pic showing the calipers? (sorry to hijack the thread but never seen that before.) that looks like a 944 lower A arm so i'm assuming it's a 944 chassis--details or links appreciated and GL with the sales....
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Its a 928 front suspension: calipers & rotors are interchangeable between '88S & '89 951's & the 86.5-91 928's.

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