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My 3.5l Porsche 911 Engine Build

My Porsche was always destined for an engine performance upgrade of some sort from the very first day of ownership. It started as a 1975 911 2.7l engine. Which is a great engine and I loved driving with this power … Continue reading

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Porsche Goes all P101TV

I couldn’t resist it, and have attached some decals with the P101tv logo to the side of my 911.  Like the Porsche decals, these run along the side of the car from the back of the front wheel arch to … Continue reading

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My 911 Goes all Aero

The 911 from 1974 to 1989 was equiped with the “Flag” door mirror.  Made of good old fashed foundry metal they are heavy units and weigh in at 1,700g each – that’s a wopping 3,400g per pair.  Don’t get me … Continue reading

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Always a Thrill

I bought myself an Audi A8 4.0 V8 a few weeks ago and its been a joy to drive.   It has all the niceties of a modern car, like SatNav, TV, DVD, Cruise Control, Double Glazing and much, much more. … Continue reading

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The Aircooled 911 is Dead, May it Live on Forever

A bit of a weird title, this one – but bear with me.  The 911 is famous for its aircooled engine.  The 356 and the 912 and 911′s upto and including the 993 all boasted a proper aircooled engine.  Then, … Continue reading

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Sounds About Right

I spent a long time, thinking about which exhaust system to fit to my 911 after I had finished the engine build. Like cam shafts, I think that the exhaust system really creates your cars character. Don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading

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Meet my 911

My 911 started life as a 1974 2.7 coupe.  I have owned this 911 for longer than I care to remember. I have spent years, first restoring, then modifying her to get her to be my perfect 911.  I don’t … Continue reading

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