Evolving A 1974 Porsche 911 Into An 800HP Turbocharged Beast With 90s Looks

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Just when you think you’re pretty quick, someone quicker sends a wake-up call to prove you wrong. When this happens, some slip into denial, others step up their game. For Duck Fuson, unshakable ...

Not Another RWB – 1996 Porsche 911 Carrera 993 Daily Driver

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As an icon for the late air-cooled crowd, the Porsche 911 RSR was the car that racing enthusiasts associated with radical widebodies before all the Rauh-Welt Begriff (RWB) Porsches began popping up ...

Luftgekühlt 6 Continued: More Of The Best Porsches

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Luftgekühlt is basically an outdoor art installation with priceless Porsche race cars and restored air cooled Porsches everywhere you look. The experience is truly mind-boggling....

Luftgekühlt 6: Air-Cooled Porsche Sensory Overload

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If you love going to classic Porsche events and have never attended Luftgekühlt, don't go. Really, I mean it; Luftgekühlt will ruin all other vintage Porsche events for you....

How to Fix a Common Idle Issue On Air-Cooled Porsche 911s

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If your engine stalls or has trouble idling when you remove the oil cap to check your oil level, one of the easiest parts to check, and the first you should start with is the oil breather restrictor....

Bisimoto Boxster 986 Twin Turbo: Could This Be The Ultimate Porsche Boxster?

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Everything is about balance. Whether you’re discussing the laws of physics or building a racecar, balance is fundamental. It’s no wonder these principles are applied to open-wheel racecars. After ...

How To Replace The Accelerator Pedal On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Older Porsches, specifically the air-cooled models before 1989, have a plastic accelerator pedal that tends to fail in a surprising (and frightening) way. By replacing your old accelerator pedal ...

How to Replace The Hard Oil Cooler Lines On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Many air-cooled Porsche 911s have hard oil lines that have been crushed as a result of being jacked or lifted improperly. If this has happened to your car, this guide will help you replace your ...

What You Missed From UC3 2019 - In Photos

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Thanks to a cooperative Mother Nature, the annual United Car Club of Connecticut and UConn Car Club UC3 car show was way bigger than expected. In the shadows of Rentschler Stadium, the turnout for ...

How to Replace The Rear Oil Cooler Lines On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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Are you finding oil drips underneath your car every time you park? By replacing your rear oil lines, you eliminate one of the most common sources of oil leaks on your air-cooled Porsche....

Porsche Cayenne (Panamera, 911, 918, & Cayman) Throttle Body - Features, Failure Symptoms, And Product Review

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Whether you need to replace the stock throttle body on your 911, or if you're looking for a cost-effective performance upgrade for your Cayman, this OE throttle body from Bosch will be what you need. ...

How To Replace The Fuel Filter, Tank Screen, And Fuel Level Sensor On An Air-Cooled Porsche 911

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If you have a car that's been sitting for an extended period with old gas in it, or if it simply has high mileage, some of your fuel system components may be clogged with an excess of contaminants ...

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