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I decided to make this a running thread. I'll keep this first post updated with all the channel videos and then make a post when I add a video. So if your new to this thread just check out this first post for all the videos!





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11/20/20: 930 High Torque starter failure and repair



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11/14/20: WCR 2020 Recap!!! Lets DRIVE!




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2min Tech Tip - Self adjusting clutch reset



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944 Turbo track car - Its broke!



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Restored 944 goes for a drive! ITS ALIVE!



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9/26/20: Cheap Oil Catch Can



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9/9/20: Half a Porsche car Trailer PT 3


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8/23/20: Audi Turbo powered 914 engine/injector/intercooler build for 500+HP


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8/8/20: LS swap ECU options


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7/26/20: Build your fuel system for your power goals


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7/11/20: Trailer build part 2


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7/3/20: 914 Trailer Build


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6/27/20: 914 LS6 V8 goes Drag Racing!


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6/21/20: How to build a 5-600hp VW/Audi 1.8t Engine


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6/14/20 Detailing and Paint correction on the 944


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6/4/20: First autox of 2020! LS6 914


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5/28/20: Track prep for 2020! LS6 914


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5/23/20: Air to Water Intercoolers!



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5/16/20: 944 Clutch Replacement


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5/10/20: The LS6 914 is back on the road! Let's cruise!


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5/03/20: Let's make a radiator setup for under $350


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4/30/20: 4 wheeling fun!


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4/25/20: DIY alignment from a certified mechanic!


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4/19/20: Mounting an Audi engine/trans in the 914 - Easy button!


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4/16/20: Porsche 944: Rear cam tower seal fix


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4/12/20: Porsche/Audi mid engine Transaxle options- LS/Turbo


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4/8/20: Go Fast Turn Left -



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4/3/20: Porsche 944 - First start!



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3/22/20: The Cure for Carowners Virus!


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3/20/20: Porsche 944: Broken timing belt!



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3/13/20: Suspension repair on LS6 914 - Plus autox snippets!


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3/6/20: Audi Turbo 914 Porsche Conversion


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2/28/20: Porsche 944: How to drain fuel, replace Brake and clutch cylinders, hatch and hood struts


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2/21/20: Diagnosing our 500hp all forged LS engine noises!


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2/17/20: Inspecting a Porsche 944 that sat for 20 years - Plus Cylinder Scope Inspection


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2/15/20: How to paint your 914!


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2/12/20: Welding two 914s together!


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2/8/20: Rescuing a Porsche 944 that hasn't been registered for 20 years!


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2/6/20: Thanks for 100 subscribers! How about some action?



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1/31/20: What happens when you cut a 914 in half? You get a 457


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1/26/20: Pulling the twisted 914 chassis back into shape before surgery!



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1/24/20: V8 swapping a 914 story, WCC 2005, Autox, Track, Dyno videos!



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1/21/20: Chassis dimensions on a 914 explained! Measuring a twisted and a good tub!



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1/17/20: Here is a short story on how I bought my first three 914's when I was 14 years old, Please ignore the stock photos for the first two minutes, I didnt have any photos from when I was really young.



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1/13/20: Here is a video on making a chassis jig from a known good 914 to be able to straighten a wrecked LS6 conversion car.
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post Jan 13 2020, 08:43 AM
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Looks nice. Are you willing to share dimensions?
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Looks nice. Are you willing to share dimensions?



Thanks everyone.

I'll be glad to share dimensions. But realize that it would be near impossible to duplicate exactly this without a known good body to connect to the mounts.

There are some documents that I used on 914world that show factory measurements. I'll do some research on my notes and see what makes sense to post up. (I have TONS of measurements...)

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Thanks everyone.

I'll be glad to share dimensions. But realize that it would be near impossible to duplicate exactly this without a known good body to connect to the mounts.

There are some documents that I used on 914world that show factory measurements. I'll do some research on my notes and see what makes sense to post up. (I have TONS of measurements...)


Totally get the variability and I've looked at the 914 underbody dimensions but they are less than stellar and had no Z height dimensions other than what is inferred by diagonal mesurements. Would love any opportunity to double check against what my body and dimensions are on a flat Jeff Hail Style cart with some simple fixtures I made to pick up the rear trans mounts, and the Z height of the suspension console.

Haven't placed the inner suspension console yet but again would love any sort of double check.

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Actually one of my next videos will be on measuring, so I'll go into more details then, but here are a couple of quick ones.

The length of the runners are 13' they are 3"x3"x1/4".
The cross bars are the same material and 3' each.

I thought I might have to do 3 legs on each side to keep it from flexing, but it's solid as can be. I didn't even put the bracing between the rolling leg and fixed leg because it was so solid. You'll see me doing some pulling while on the jig in later videos.

My initial thought was to do the suspension mounting points and the front and rear bumper mounts. But my bumper mounts were different from 74 to 75. So I went with suspension mounts, engine mount (which you saw in the video was a fail) and also the rear trans mounts.

I had a wild thought that i was going to cutoff the 1.5' overhang and then I would have a nice 10' metal bench, However, I don't have room for a 10' x 42" bench. So at some point I'll be getting rid of it or cutting it up for future projects maybe a smaller bench..
Right now it's sitting in the elements gathering snow.

Here's a measurements teaser. You'll see I went overboard, this is just the top side.

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So at some point I'll be getting rid of it or cutting it up for future projects maybe a smaller bench..

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So at some point I'll be getting rid of it or cutting it up for future projects maybe a smaller bench..

Not till I get my car on it! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

I say you put it out back and just be the west coast chassis straightening guy (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)


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So at some point I'll be getting rid of it or cutting it up for future projects maybe a smaller bench..

Not till I get my car on it! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

I say you put it out back and just be the west coast chassis straightening guy (IMG:style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)


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When I get around to doing my trailing arms I should do this, the teenhulk needs the front A-arm pickups for his teen.
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Here is my origin story on my 914, let me know what you think! Also let me know how you started in 914s or what your first car was! Please excuse the stock photos for the first two minutes, I didn't have much for that portion of the story!



Also Im going to keep this thread running with the Budget Outlaws content. No sense in making a million different threads. Ill update the first post as well as the title and post a reply when I add a video.
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Chassis dimensions on a 914 explained! Measuring a twisted and a good tub! Dimensions noted on video. Also simple tool to aid in measuring!



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1/24/20: V8 swapping a 914 story, WCC 2005, Autox, Track, Dyno videos!


More details on the v8 swap, breakdown on the budget and details on the trial/tribulation here.
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1/26/20: Pulling the twisted 914 chassis back into shape before surgery!
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