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    1. #1
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      Mother of God!! Ls7 Porsche!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBF5H...eature=related





      Who's is this and does he have a thread? I have to build one, no other way around it. Looks like he has lexan windows as well. I just wonder what other kind of small details are not shown in the vid.


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      Is that a sequential gearbox too?

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      V8 conversions in Porsches are way cool .
      I've seen quite a few in 944's .
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      Quote Originally Posted by dolf View Post
      Is that a sequential gearbox too?
      What makes you say that? I just saw a regular Porsche shifter and the commentators didn't mention a sequential transmission.

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      anyone do an LS9 Porsche yet?

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      He needs to add a turbo...LOL, then he can keep the TURBO emblem on the engine deck lid.
      1970 RS/SS350 139K on the clock:
      89 TPI motor w/ 1pc rear seal coupled to a Viper T56 via Mcleod's modular bellhousing w/ hydraulic T/O bearing from the Viper, 12 bolt rear w/ 3.73 gearing, SC&C upper control arms, factory lowers with Delalums, C5 brakes at all four corners, Front Wheels 17x8's with Sumi 255/40/17 and Rear Wheels 17x9's with Sumi 275/40/17.
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      I'm not getrag trans guru but that shifter looks like it only goes forward and back.

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      I'm a naturally aspirated kind of guy. I wouldn't change a thing except a cage and some Recaro seats. I wonder what he has in this project.

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      How about a 914 w/ an LS?

      Last edited by John Wright; 12-22-2011 at 09:38 AM. Reason: spelling
      1970 RS/SS350 139K on the clock:
      89 TPI motor w/ 1pc rear seal coupled to a Viper T56 via Mcleod's modular bellhousing w/ hydraulic T/O bearing from the Viper, 12 bolt rear w/ 3.73 gearing, SC&C upper control arms, factory lowers with Delalums, C5 brakes at all four corners, Front Wheels 17x8's with Sumi 255/40/17 and Rear Wheels 17x9's with Sumi 275/40/17.
      Brief description of the work done so far can be found here: http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=112454


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      1970 RS/SS350 139K on the clock:
      89 TPI motor w/ 1pc rear seal coupled to a Viper T56 via Mcleod's modular bellhousing w/ hydraulic T/O bearing from the Viper, 12 bolt rear w/ 3.73 gearing, SC&C upper control arms, factory lowers with Delalums, C5 brakes at all four corners, Front Wheels 17x8's with Sumi 255/40/17 and Rear Wheels 17x9's with Sumi 275/40/17.
      Brief description of the work done so far can be found here: http://www.nastyz28.com/forum/showthread.php?t=112454


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      I have had three 914s in the past. They're really cool little cars- and I'm confident LS power would make one perfect. It's on my list of cars to build!!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Scott Parkhurst View Post
      I have had three 914s in the past. They're really cool little cars- and I'm confident LS power would make one perfect. It's on my list of cars to build!!
      If your list of "cars to build" is as long as mine, we are going to have to live until we are 350 years old...:-)

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      Me too , I have a long list of cars to build and to own ...
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      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      If your list of "cars to build" is as long as mine, we are going to have to live until we are 350 years old...:-)

      Andrew

      I have allready realized I wont live long enough to finish all the cars I have waiting in line now! Let alone any others that follow me home!
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      I'll have to say , If I had a choice between an LS7 powered 911 and a new 911 GT3 RS with the turbo 6cyl , I'd pick the GT3 RS turbo 6cyl .
      Those cars are wicked !!
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      love it, and w/ good ol' boy accents too, I can see lots of 'dislikes' being put up on there.

      sounds wicked, would love to see it run.
      Keith C.

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      Probably a wevo shifter. The Porsche 930 transaxle is a 4 speed with some pretty wide gears. 2nd gear can get you started if you slip the clutch a bit, and top out at 90MPH. (!)
      That's one looong gear in these cars.

      http://www.wevo.com/Products/Shifter...ter-930All.htm

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      that is all wrong with that noise coming from a porsche. I bet it is a monster
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      Quote Originally Posted by dolf View Post
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBF5H...eature=related



      Who's is this and does he have a thread? I have to build one, no other way around it. Looks like he has lexan windows as well. I just wonder what other kind of small details are not shown in the vid.
      Or you could buy one...

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      Its a standard porsche transmission with a HPP shifter.

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