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Ed Cave's 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera - Stirred Not Shaken
Ed Cave enjoys tackling the mountain roads in his 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera.
Terry SheaOct 1, 2009
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1988 Porsche Carrera Project Car: Part 1 Engine Teardown
In part 1 of this series, we tear down the engine from this 1988 Porsche Carrera.
Ralph B HollackMar 22, 2006
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Porsche 911 SC Carrera
We left off with my 3.2-liter Porsche 911 motor torn down and in numerous pieces. To reach the desired goal of 80 hp/liter while retaining street manners and utilizing 91 octane pump gas, I chose to increase the displacement from 3.2 to 3.5 liters using larger 100mm forged pistons and cylinders with
Ralph B HollackJan 4, 2006
Porsche 911 SC Carrera
The last installment of Project 911 SC/Carrera left off with a very sexy bottom end, a butt built for speed if you will. Ollie's Porsche Machining in Santa Ana, Calif., hot-tanked the case and removed the original fasteners to make way for the ultra-tough ARP units. The case spigot bores were enlarg
Ralph B HollackJan 3, 2006
Porsche 911 SC Carrera
They say Rome wasn't built in a day. The same should be said for any well-built Porsche 911 motor. They both took some time to be designed. So, hot-rodding my own 911 engine proved to be a maddeningly slow process. I fought through the weeks of running around town chasing parts, and of meticulously
Ralph B HollackJan 3, 2006
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Porsche 911 SC Carrera
This is the final installment in a series detailing the metamorphosis of a limping 3.2-liter 911 Carrera engine into a fire-breathing, 3.5-liter twin-plug monster motor. If you haven't followed along to this point, valve guides that are infamous for wearing prematurely on many SC and Carrera motors
Ralph B HollackNov 30, 2005
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