1969 Porsche 911T - Resurrection Not Restoration - Part 2
Today was a very nail-biting day, as I had no idea how the engine
compression testing would turn out, and a poor result here would mean a
major bill I've made zero provision for.
I already knew the engine would run, having seen a 4-second clip of it
doing so, sent by Mark Buik, who rebuilt the carbs in Adelaide, who had to
get it running for the lazy-ass Aussie dock workers who wouldn't take
anything except a running vehicle. :P
Another video in a few days as the other issues get resolved, and then it's
off to VTNZ to get certified, registered, and warranted. Then we'll be off
for a run in the old rustbucket, over the hill to Lyttleton.
Blast From the Past Ft. Bisimoto's Porsche 911 - Full length movie, 360p
This is the full length,easy load (LQ), movie from "the Garage Way",
featuring the 771hp Bisimoto Twin turbo
911. The Bisimoto 911 blurs the lines between classic beauty and modern
technology by modifying a 1976 wide-body Porsche Carrera. The latest in
performance electronics, a custom water cooled twin turbo powerplant, and a 6-speed 997 gearbox were
utilized to create the ultimate "road race inspired" street monster. The
goal of the build was to combine the best 911 elements of the old, with the
new. Success was achieved: exploration of the strengths of a unique
powerplant, drivetrain and chassis combination."
Bisimoto Engineering is an organization known worldwide for awe-inspiring
street, show and race vehicles. With close ties to many OE manufacturers,
and no fear of the unknown, Bisimoto is always on the cutting edge of
automotive technology. Bisimoto Engineering is located in Ontario,
California, United States.
Porsche 996 vs Porsche 993 - Davide Cironi drive experience
Mamma Porsche mi ha invitato a festeggiare i 50 anni della 911 a Pescara e
io ci sono andato con la pecora nera della famiglia, la controversa e
meravigliosa 996 Carrera 2. Tanto per complicarmi la vita ho rimediato
anche una 993 Cabriolet, mettendo a confronto la 911 più ricercata e
quella da cui tutti scappano a gambe levate. Indovinate qual è la
riprese Stefano Ianni
pilota professionista su strade chiuse al traffico, non imitare.
Ninemeister: Porsche - 993 - RSR
(Updated info below)
A dear friend collecting his freshly, custom built, rhd, 993 RSR by
Then a blat around Brands Hatch, NOT by the owner in the video clip but a
Music - VNV Nation 'Ghosts'
These are the typical questions cropping up so I thought I'd get some
answers for you guys.
1: What was the car originally?
2: What kind on engine is he running, sounds naturally aspirated but
sounds larger than usual ?
3: Don't like to be vulgar but how much would something like this cost
4: Can u tell me what year is this awesome porshce?
5: What are these small "intakes" next to the signal lamps?
1: A RHD 993 rs , damaged on track . re shelled , seam welded , fully
rollcaged , motorsport spec body .
2:. 3.8 na 993 rs engine running nine meister heads , gt3 rsr crank , trick
rockers and other secret shit
3: To this quality around the price of a new 997 gt3 rs ( depending on what
parts you already own )
4: Built in 2009
5: Brake cooling ducts
1988 Porsche RUF 930 Turbo For Sale
White 1988 Porsche RUF 911 turbo For
Sale - Source: http://flemingsultimategarage.com
Visit http://porsche911-hq.com and
http://porsche911-hq.com/category/porsche-930/ for information on the
various 911 models, including the Porsche 930 turbo and the Porsche 911.
Ruf BTR (Porsche 911 Turbo) pt 1
1985 RUF BTR, part 1 of 2: This car was a grey market Porsche 911 turbo that was taken to the RUF dealer in
Scottsdale (RUF Western America) in 1987 for conversion to RUF BTR spec.
For the full description and history go to the Portfolio section of
www.vintageandsportscar.com The car is in Calgary Canada, contact Lawrence
Romanosky 403-607-8625, Lromanosky@me.com
RUF CTR3 Club sport - The fastest Porsche around with a road licence
Today, we've got something special on the test track. The RUF people seem
to have no respect. They take this car -- a brand new turbo -- take the engine out, shift the axis back
30 centimetres and put the engine back in at 180 degrees and transform it
from a rear engine to a mid-mounted engine. Why? So that it takes bends faster. Whether that works or not is
what we want to find out here at the Lausitzring.