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3.o liter Porsche

Discussion in 'Engine & Transmission' started by Two Yanks, Oct 14, 2008.

  1. dbs

    dbs Member

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    good info,... and love your incentive
    :D
     
  2. MatB

    MatB New Member

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    I spoke with Dean at Volkspower in Burwood about this conversion. Can be done but very expensive when compared with a vw engine. He said spend the money on a type 4 and blow the budget out the window. End result will be great and still cheaper.
     
  3. dbs

    dbs Member

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    mmmm engine porn.....
    nice ride L in the LL, got a love a gutsy bus.
    ;)
     
  4. Van Housing

    Van Housing Well-Known Member

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    That would be Wolfgang at Volkscourt (not the "other" Thomastown mechanic) ... great bloke and mechanic (we take Woger there), and a real enthusiast.
     
  5. eastcoast

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    mate get yourself a 911 motor you won t be dissapointed has to be 3.0L to make it worth while pure quality
     
  6. Joel

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    porsche is good for the wow factor but an EG33 or EZ30 subi would be such a more logical conversion

    so much so i know even porsche 911s that are having the conversion to subi power LOL
     
  7. dbs

    dbs Member

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  8. The Brewmaster

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  9. Joel

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    damn Brett, that is pr0n on wheels
     
  10. The Brewmaster

    The Brewmaster New Member

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    What do I have to sell to get me one of those?
     
  11. Joel

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    well whatever it is i hope i have a couple to spare :D
     
  12. dbs

    dbs Member

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    would be able to get up my driveway without ripping out it's guts.
    :(
     
  13. Joel

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    thats half the fun of it

    my bug cant get up my driveway without the spoiler and exhaust bottoming out but theres no way in hell im raising it

    ive ruined more exhausts than i care to count but thats the fun of owning a slammed car
    the price you pay to look good :D
     
  14. dbs

    dbs Member

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    I don't earn enough
    :p
     
  15. The Brewmaster

    The Brewmaster New Member

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    Airbag suspension and pump in a bit more air ....... :D
     
  16. Two Yanks

    Two Yanks New Member

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    I will have to put up with my 2276 Type IV. It should be enough for awhile until I get beat by a Subbie and that won't be long. Will be posting time slips as soon as I take him down the track.
     
  17. dbs

    dbs Member

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    That's an idea
    ;)
     
  18. The Brewmaster

    The Brewmaster New Member

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    Last edited: Apr 13, 2009
  19. Airbag man at Brendale in Qld has already supplied airbags for bay window Kombi's albeit for offroad purposes. Seen it and it works awesome!! I inquired about going the other way so I can ride low and then go to a show and park and dump it on the ground and they said it wouldn't be hard at all.
     

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