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[B]944 S Parts Galore FS[/B]

944 S Parts Galore FS
I'm selling all of my 944 S parts that I have collected over the years. Almost too many to list and I typically have multiple of everything. Including but not limited too the following:
(2) 2.5 L Blocks in good shape. One needs #1 bored or sleeved
(1) 2.7 L block, needs #1 sleeved or bored
(1) Complete set of S Pistons in very good condition
(1) Complete set of S Pistons & Rods fresh out of the motor> not cleaned or specd
(3) 16 v Heads. All need minor work but are in good condition for race or street. these are getting harder and harder to find. only 7250 ever made. Complete with cam caps
(3) pairs of Web cam cams
(1) pair stock cams
(3) Intake manifolds
(3) mass air flow units
(2) 944 S DME
Magnesium Distibutor Housing
951 remote oil cooler with lines
951 radiator
(1) set of headers (needs minor repair)
a box of heads parts( valves/springs/lifters)
(2) Magnesium Head Covers
Oil Pan
Water Tank
(3) water/Oil Filter Housing
(3) starters in varying degree of shape
(4) oil pumps
(1) water Pump (frozen but good for the core charge)
(1) complete stock transmission (NON LSD)

And now the mack daddy: At one time I had thoughts to stroke one of these block to a 2.7L race/street motor. I have a custom Moldec Crankshaft and matching Pauter rods made by the old man, not the son. It's an incredible piece of machine work. I will also list this seperately. The set cost me $4500 and now you can not get the custom crank made for less that $5000 and a year's wait. I'll listern to offers



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The striker crank and rods will also fit in a 2.7 and will stroke it to approx. 2.9 l
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very interested in the crank and rods, would like more info.
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Custom crankshaft by Moldex
Moldex Crankshaft Co.
They make the best cranks in the country.
A stock crank for a 2.5 and a 2.7 is 88.9mm, this is a stroked matched crank and rods which is designed to work with stock pistons. It will convert a 2.5>2.68 and a 2.7>2.98
the crank is cross drilled,polished ,and nitrate hardened. It is brand new as are the Pauter rods which costs $325 each
it's a great setup
I can posts pics tmrw
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ah, so the rods were shortened to fit with stock pistons, gotcha.
about 85mm stroke on the crank?
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I'm interested in a few things could you put the price your askin on all these parts per the rules? Also where are you located? Thank you
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Most racers know what they go for. A good block is $500 $250 if u have to sleeve it &750 for the 2.7! Since they are harder to find, 16 v heads go for $1000 apiece I believe they only produced 7500 944s cars
Magnesium intake manifolds crack over time and are $$$!to replace > $240 ea

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Last I engaged in building a race motor, it runs about $10-$12 k for a stout 16v 944 motor and about $20-$25 k in a 911 3.0 motor
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Dude,

PER THE RULES for this forum, you need to put a price on your items.

Read the sticky post at the top of the forum.

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Most racers know what they go for. A good block is $500 $250 if u have to sleeve it &750 for the 2.7! Since they are harder to find, 16 v heads go for $1000 apiece I believe they only produced 7500 944s cars
Magnesium intake manifolds crack over time and are $$$!to replace > $240 ea

Offers on all accepted on all
not to sound rude, but you'll be hanging onto the 944S head for a long time if you're aiming for $1000 for it.

they tend to sell around $400-$500 for a nice complete one.

please inform your desired price for the special crank and rods.
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I'm selling all of my 944 S parts that I have collected over the years. Almost too many to list and I typically have multiple of everything. Including but not limited too the following:
(2) 2.5 L Blocks in good shape. One needs #1 bored or sleeved $200 ea2.5
(1) 2.7 L block, needs #1 sleeved or bored $500
(1) Complete set of S Pistons in very good condition $400
(1) Complete set of S Pistons & Rods fresh out of the motor> not cleaned or specd $250
(3) 16 v Heads. All need minor work but are in good condition for race or street. these are getting harder and harder to find. only 7250 ever made. Complete with cam caps
$1000 ea
(3) pairs of Web cam cams
$750 ea
(1) pair stock cams
$250
(3) Intake manifolds
$75 ea
(3) mass air flow units
$50 ea
(2) 944 S DME
$300 ea
Magnesium Distibutor Housing
$250
951 remote oil cooler with new lines
$250
951 radiator
$125
(1) set of headers (needs minor repair)
$250
a box of heads parts( valves/springs/lifters)
$100
(2) Magnesium Head Covers
$75 ea
Oil Pan
$75
Water Tank
$25
(3) water/Oil Filter Housing
$75
(3) starters in varying degree of shape
$45 ea
(4) oil pumps
$50 ea
(1) water Pump (frozen but good for the core charge)
$25
(1) complete stock transmission (NON LSD)
$250

And now the mack daddy: At one time I had thoughts to stroke one of these block to a 2.7L race/street motor. I have a custom Moldec Crankshaft and matching Pauter rods made by the old man, not the son. It's an incredible piece of machine work. I will also list this seperately. The set cost me $4500 and now you can not get the custom crank made for less that $5000 and a year's wait.
$3500
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There are several heads on ebay now for $1000 each and they don't have the reinforced chain tower where these all have been reinforced
See 'parting out 944 s ' post where I posted a pic of this
Also all 3 of these heads have been lapped and polished for racing
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One bare head sold @ $750
2 left
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(3) pairs of Web cam cams $750 ea


What are the grinds on these?
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It's a race cam setup. I'll get the cut Monday
Dme chipped set to 7200 rpm. Dyno 172 hp rear wheels/169# torque
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Cam Specs

Specs for cams
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