Tell us a little about you. What cars you are interested, where you are from and why you are interested in learning to tune.
G'Day!, thought it is time I introduce myself and my Project to HP Forum. I have been poking around at the forum and following courses for some time now. Do hope that I can get some advice along the way to further develop and build my Project, in particular on the Electrical Part of the build.
My name is Erik, a Dutch Man living in Malaysia and a mad Porsche Fan, amateur racing a 1974 Porsche 911-RSR replica in Classic Races. Currently building for the last 4 years one of Porsche's greatest Racing Cars, a 935K3, the Le Mans winning car of 1979, with my twist on the overall design, looks, feel and performance.
Basis - 911turbo 1979
Chassis - fully converted to 935K3 - copied from original version
Body Panels - full glass fibre 935K3, third version of the Kremer Brothers
Suspension - full 935K3 setup - pickup points rear raised approx. 50mm
Wheels - BBS Centre Locks - 23.5x20.5-16 / 28.5x14.5-18
Seats - Lolly Pop
Windows - Polycarbonate
Gearbox - 911turbo 4-speed, upside down
Engine 1 - 911 turbo, converted to 935 - stroke/bore 70.4x98mm, individual 935 throttle bodies converted to EFI injection, Horse Shoe / Intercooler - Air to Air (Kremer version, Porsche factory cars had Water to Air versions) - massive aftermarket oil pump with 3 scavengers - twinspark ignition c/w Bosch 8pins CDI's - 2 BorgWargner Turbo's - Flat fan and many more 935 goodies.
Engine 2 - extreme 935 - 2 KKK K27 Turbo's - target 800bhp limit and 800Nm @ 1.4 bar boost, same as those cars where running in the late seventies and early eighties.
Electric - Full MoTeC, M190 - C187 - D153, PDM32 & 16, Bosch 8pin CDI's (2x), RSR/934/935 distributor, EFI., incl. traction control!!! Yah, did build the tone-wheel in the swing arms at the rear already. Who said that old Porsche can't have modern controls?? ;)
Dashboard - Original Porsche Gauges incl. rare 935 mechanical boots gauge 2 bar
Center Console - Gauges for Fuel Press. / Oil Press. Gearbox / Oil Temp. Gearbox and C187
Current Weight - 940kg
I have for sure left out many other specifications since the list is too extensive.
Wow, this is a really cool project! And only picked the finest components.
Very nice machine, must be super fun to drive it !!
Welcome to HPA, thanks for sharing such an awesome build