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> FS 1974 914-6cyl conversion, FS 1974 914-6cyl conversion $34,000.
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post Dec 24 2017, 11:16 AM
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$34,000. Car has just come out of storage. Hasn’t been driven since 2007. Odometer was 15,008 as of 1/31/2007
Drained the fuel tank. Added all new fresh fluids. Since then been driving it and runs great.
Car is basically set up for track use but street legal! California car now registered in North Carolina.
Car is a sleeper. No emblems, looks like stock exhaust coming out the back. You would think it’s a 4.
Comes with everything listed below.
2.7 Engine
2.7 7r case with case savers and oil update (built in 2004)
Euro pistons
C6 Cams
Shuffle pinned case
Weber 40 carburetors with rain shield air cleaners
Fan shroud 964 style (access plate)
Genuine Porsche oil tank with stainless steel braided lines
Front oil cooler and vents
Boxster brakes all around (no parking brake) with Brembo calipers
24mm front sway bar
Stock rear sway bar with stout springs
Limited slip differential rear end
Trans cooler
16”x7 Fuchs (polished) with new tires
Extra long (5 lug) studs
GT roll bar
Front oil cooler
911 front torsion bar with Bilstein shocks (2005)
22mm front bar
Odyssey battery Pc925 with Billet mount (new)
Upgraded trans with billet main plate LSD 9quaife0, 930 SYNCHROS built in 2005
AA EJQX, may be plumbed for trans cooler
MSD ignition
Boxed trailing arms
914 6 Headers no heater boxes
914-6 GT roll bar
Sparco 2000 seats and 5 point Harnesses
New clutch and speed cable in 2005
New clutch and cable
904 main shaft
Racing steering wheel
Dyno showed 205 hp at 5500 rpms red lines around 7300 rpms. That puts it at about 240hp at the crank
Fast and Handles Great!


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