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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/26 01:59:43 (permalink)
I’m good thanks Ayrton, hope your build is able to give you something to focus on. 

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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/26 16:26:54 (permalink)
Just who wants a soulless mass produced tin box just because it’s fast
 

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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/26 16:53:00 (permalink)
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Just who wants a soulless mass produced tin box just because it’s fast
 




Judging by the number of Golf R’s I see . . . 


Anyway, here’s another picture of me understeering wildly off the screen . . . or the pic’s at an angle - who knows! 

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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/26 20:11:27 (permalink)
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Just who wants a soulless mass produced tin box just because it’s fast
 


It could have been worse Martin, at least it's not an EV..🤣🤣🤣

944 Turbo......was 368BHP/382Torque.... now more...
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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/27 08:17:46 (permalink)
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Just who wants a soulless mass produced tin box just because it’s fast
 




Judging by the number of Golf R’s I see . . . 


Anyway, here’s another picture of me understeering wildly off the screen . . . or the pic’s at an angle - who knows! 


Yes but they are also bought by the pop bang crackle ecu map and exhaust crew, so brains does not come into the subject

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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/27 08:51:05 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Eldavo 2021/09/27 21:07:30
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Just who wants a soulless mass produced tin box just because it’s fast
 




Judging by the number of Golf R’s I see . . . 


Anyway, here’s another picture of me understeering wildly off the screen . . . or the pic’s at an angle - who knows! 


Yes but they are also bought by the pop bang crackle ecu map and exhaust crew, so brains does not come into the subject




A bit of Noise and V8 Power is a nice Combo.
 
Meet The 500HP LS3-Powered Porsche 944 Turbo From The Underground. - YouTube
 
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Re: 944 Turbo S Engine Rebuild Thread 2021/09/28 00:54:59 (permalink)
I’m have twin OEM oil coolers in series, one either side of the radiator, with a mix of original hoses and some AN push fit hoses connecting them all. 


I needed to change a circlip on the shaft of the power steering pump and wasn’t too happy with where one of the oil hoses had rubbed so . . . project creep. Removed all three hoses and ordered all the bits to remake them in black nylon braided AN10 with Fastflow fittings. 


Turns out you can remove the hoses from the filter console in situ with a bit of swearing and sweating!

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1988 944 2.7
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