1994 Porsche 3.6L Turbo Modifications Part I:
We’ve seen this car in here before, now it is time for some big modifications 🙂 The 1994 3.6L 911 Turbo. In my opinion, the 94 3.6 turbo is the the iconic 911 turbo.
Name the movie:
–“What the f- w’you mean you don’t have one? Eighty thousand dollars for this car and you ain’t got no damn cup holder?”
–“It’s $105,000 and this happens to be one of the fastest production cars on the planet. Zero to sixty in four seconds, sweetie. It’s a limited edition.”
So lets get started.
Starting out with replacing the old suspension. While the car was riding on M030 springs, it just didn’t quite do it. So we decided to go a different route.
KW Variant 3. Separate rebound and compression adjustable 😀
Old suspension ready to come out. The process up front is exactly the same as our 964 from yesterday.
A much better look and ride in my opinion.
To get to the rears on the other hand, a lot more stuff has to come out of the way. Off comes the intercooler, AC compressor, and air box. We will be replacing the air box with a high flow intake.
Then you can see the strut tower to get to the rear shocks.
Once the suspension was in, it was time to start getting rid of the exhaust system.
We’ve seen these mufflers getting tossed time and time again 😉
Headers out of the way. Once those were out, then I could start tackling removing the ancient air pump system, starting with the manifolds at the heads.
And once that was out of the way, then out came the actual air pump and associated lines. Stay tuned.