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carreraboyTell us how it now drives in comparison and expected BHP ... extensive modification to a 3,2 ...... This is one of the unusual engine mods .... Good One 😃
BeakycarreraboyTell us how it now drives in comparison and expected BHP ... extensive modification to a 3,2 ...... This is one of the unusual engine mods .... Good One 😃I'm still awaiting the call to go pick her up, then she needs around 1k miles to fully run her in, once completed then new oil, recheck and tighten everything and off to the Dyno to fine tune. So it'll be a good few weeks before I can report back but in the interim build spec was:New 3.4 Cylinders and PistonsFully honed and gas flowed headsShrick base/spring/retainer set upDocherty 993SS camsPorsche Racing BoltsLightweight rods67mm throttle bodyFull SSI exhaust with two in two out back box And lots of new shiny bits.........
carreraboyPlease keep us posted ...... by the way have you registered on The Register?
oliverWhat are the benefits of the 7&9 x 16 Fuchs?I would have thought they would sap some of the performance gains and create more understeer?
ras62Steve Wong in the states is an option for a new chip.
ras62Motronic isn't as compromised as you may think. Given the changes to the motor it's not difficult to change the timing/fuel parameters to give you a solution. Obviously Wayne would be the prefered option but personally I would shy away from a non standard ECU that will over nothing over a well setup motronic.
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