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924 Turbo Nose Panel

I would like to install the 924 turbo nose panel on my 951, however someone was telling me that it is not a direct bolt on. Does anyone have more details on this, and what would be required to make it work?


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I've seen one installed but can't remember much more than there was bondo involved because some of the final sanding wasn't so hot and burned through down to the filler.

If I were ever to do this I would get a 931 panel and the plastic vent inserts. Take that along with my 951 panel to a sheet metal shop and tell them to duplicate the holes and roll the metal properly. Then take it home and paint it.

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The 931 valence is not a direct bolt-on to the 951. The 951 header is slightly steeper in order to clear the intercooler. What Iceshark said - there's a post on Rennlist right now about how exactly to do it (dimensions, part #s for the louvers, etc) by a guy in New Zealand that has done it and done it beautifully. Here's the info:



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