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Ray's 1987 944 LS1 Build & Swap

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Re: Ray's 1987 944 LS1 Build & Swap

Post  Raymond-P on Sun Sep 07, 2014 9:46 pm

Hey Thanks!! From your image tag I see you have traveled this road already with the exact same car.  I'm sure I can learn much from you!!

The thread I've been posting is behind my actual work just a bit as the engine in done and "lurking" in my garage on engine feet.
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One more post on the TCP pan installation and then a re-post of my adventures with the SPEC flywheel, clutch, and pressure plate package, and that's it for the engine build.  

I am preparing the car now to do the swap but it has not run for like 6 years.  I wanted to video the 2.5 16V engine running to support my sale efforts, but no luck starting it.  (It needs a water pump...that's what grounded her.) Replaced the battery and fuel relay....nothing.  The pump is simply not energizing.  I'm in the process of changing the pump and fuel filter.

Below is the challenge at pun intended!Laughing  Fuel was clear on the engine side of the pump.
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What a this gunk out of the tank is my next sub-project.

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Re: Ray's 1987 944 LS1 Build & Swap

Post  Rich L. on Tue Sep 09, 2014 12:58 pm

Ick! You got some stank in the tank.

Your engine build looks great. Perhaps you already know, but I suggest some heat shielding on the driver's side while the engine is out. I used a product from DEI.

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Re: Ray's 1987 944 LS1 Build & Swap

Post  rascalray on Tue May 17, 2016 7:13 am

Great work!


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