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> Porsche 2.2 911 T motor, In Vegas - CL repost
Chris914n6
post Feb 13 2018, 11:33 AM
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Porsche 2.2 911 t motor

911/07 1970/71 911 motor., exhaust and carbs ( Zeniths). fan is just placed on motor for pics not attached

Motor should be gone through just due to the motor has been sitting and I don't know the past history. Motor turns freely.

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post Feb 13 2018, 08:38 PM
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QUOTE(Chris914n6 @ Feb 13 2018, 12:33 PM) *

Posted on CL this morning - NOT ME
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Porsche 2.2 911 t motor

911/07 1970/71 911 motor., exhaust and carbs ( Zeniths). fan is just placed on motor for pics not attached

Motor should be gone through just due to the motor has been sitting and I don't know the past history. Motor turns freely.

Make offer, if its something Ill considered Ill reply back

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I got in contact with the owner and he is looking for $6000 on this engine.
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post Feb 14 2018, 07:29 AM
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post Feb 18 2018, 02:01 PM
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$6000...for that.

This makes me wonder what the going rate on a freshly rebuilt 2.2E or 2.2S that's complete and ready to plug in is?
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post Feb 18 2018, 02:23 PM
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QUOTE(horizontally-opposed @ Feb 18 2018, 03:01 PM) *

$6000...for that.

This makes me wonder what the going rate on a freshly rebuilt 2.2E or 2.2S that's complete and ready to plug in is?

Core - $2-3k
Labor - $5-12k
Parts - $2-10k
Doesn’t include induction.
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post Feb 18 2018, 02:35 PM
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QUOTE(mepstein @ Feb 18 2018, 12:23 PM) *

QUOTE(horizontally-opposed @ Feb 18 2018, 03:01 PM) *

$6000...for that.

This makes me wonder what the going rate on a freshly rebuilt 2.2E or 2.2S that's complete and ready to plug in is?

Core - $2-3k
Labor - $5-12k
Parts - $2-10k
Doesn’t include induction.



$20,000+ came to mind right off.

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The motor in the original post looks and sounds like a core to me.

$6k seems outrageous now, how many years do you guys think until a core 2.2T is priced right at $6k?
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post Feb 19 2018, 08:50 AM
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Costs for rebuilding these things are silly. I had that same problem with air-cooled Lycomings for airplanes, but that was due to significant FAA regs and limited parts suppliers. What's the excuse for a $20k rebuild on a Porsche /6?

No wonder people are bastardizing these things with Subaru engines and what not.
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post Feb 19 2018, 12:31 PM
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Costs for rebuilding these things are silly. I had that same problem with air-cooled Lycomings for airplanes, but that was due to significant FAA regs and limited parts suppliers. What's the excuse for a $20k rebuild on a Porsche /6?

No wonder people are bastardizing these things with Subaru engines and what not.

Parts are pricy. Restoring the old parts is pricy. Labor is detailed and specialized and takes a while, so becomes pricy, Tuning takes time and knowlege - pricy.
If you try to do these engines cheap and dirty, it won't happen. You cant slap them together like a chevy or even a VW and you can't buy them running from a junkyard and expect good results.
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