HOW TO DO AN ADVANCED SEARCH.

Mon Jul 08, 2013 3:56 pm by Admin


For the benefit of 944Hybrids users there are two search functions available for you to use.
The purpose of this sticky is to explain the "Advanced Search" function because it is much more powerful and is the best choice when researching information.

When you log on to the site a list of options is shown in a line at the top of the page. One option is labelled "Search", use this option (NOT the search box lower down on the right).

After you click on the upper search option, a drop down box appears. At the bottom of this box is a radio button marked "Advanced …

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Post  Sirayden on Fri Jun 10, 2016 8:59 pm

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Hi everybody.  I'm going to be moving soon and, while I hate to sell my car, I wanted to see if there's interest in this as it stands.  It used to have an 87 Buick Grand National engine but I sold that and went with the Series II supercharged engine.  The engine was removed from a running car (98 Grand Prix GTP) so I have all the wiring and accessories such as the alternator, etc.  I have quite a lot of new oem parts and performance parts I have been gathering over the past year.  I have two exhaust systems for it but they need some welding done (one came from the Grand National engine and the other is from a 3800 turbo Camaro).  Right now, my best option is to trade for a car or truck so please let me know what you have.  I may consider other items and cash offers.  I'm likely going to just keep it and finish it when I move but thought I'd post it and see if someone's in the market for a 3800 turbo (or twin turbo/twin-charged) conversion car.  I'll post more info soon.  I'm in Las Vegas.  Thanks


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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  240Z2NV on Sun Jun 19, 2016 2:46 pm

More specifics on the Car, please. Asking price ?

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:23 pm

Engine:
-98 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP engine and wiring harness, cable operated throttle body
-Rebuilt heads from an 01 L67 Park Ave Ultra due to reports of cracking between the valves on the 97 to early-98 heads
-New complete gasket set from ZZP
-TR Custom Parts Grand National poly motor mounts

Clutch:
-1988 2.8L Camaro bellhousing with dual starter pockets
-New 10.9 12mmx1.75 bellhousing bolts
-New AMS Automotive 167533 Flywheel for 00 3800 Camaro
-New custom made Stage 3 Camaro disc with 1x23 Posche splines and new Stage 3 pressure plate
-New 02 Corvette slave cylinder with modified fittings and extended remote bleeder hose (approx 6 feet long)
-New oem clutch hose

Oil system:
-New Spectra Premium GMP46A oil pan for 00 3800 Camaro
-New Melling 292S oil pickup and screen
-New ZZP high volume oil pump kit

Valvetrain:
-Custom cam, 130lb PAC springs, new Manley modified retainers, new Comp Cams valve locks, new Viton valve seals, new reusable rocker arms bolts
-New Rollmaster double roller billet timing set with modified crank gear for proper fitment, ZZP machined oil pump spacer and double-thick timing cover gasket
-New LS7 lifters
-New ARP head studs

Intake/Fueling/Ignition:
-ZZP billet fuel rails, regulator, gauge and stainless fuel lines
-Stattama intake
-Siemens Deka 60lb injectors
-Bosch 044 fuel pump, E85 compatible
-Aeromotive 100 micron fuel filter
-New Intense racing plug wires
-New NGK TR6IX plugs
-Spectre cone air filter

Cooling:
-New ACDelco 252-693 water pump
-New OEM coolant reservoir
-New coolant hoses
-Spare 944 radiator

Forced Induction:
-98 GTP Supercharger
-Precision TA49 turbo
-Precision 6262 turbo
-Manual boost controller
-Remote 944 Turbo wastegate with Lindsey Racing shims

Miscellaneous:
-Several 3800 extra parts/brackets/mounts/bolts/accessories from 01 Park Avenue and 98 GTP
-Proform gauges with warning alarms and adjustable colors
-New ARP header bolts

Other info:
-Car has always been garaged and it shows from the excellent weatherstripping and near-perfect dash
-Clear title with no accidents in history, very high rating from AutoCheck
-Custom made crossmember for 3.8 Grand National and 3800 engines
-Hydroboost which retains power steering and power brakes
-Porsche 996 wheels

Lots more I'm forgetting...


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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  240Z2NV on Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:30 pm

NOT Drivetrain ..... CAR [Porsche] ...?

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:54 pm

This car already had a Grand National conversion done to it which I drove for several years so all of the modifications have been done such as the steering shaft, aligning the engine far back enough to mate with the torque tube shaft, etc.  I have about $9,500 into it so far.  Right now, my best option is to trade for a vehicle worth a few thousand less than what I have into it.  I also have an air compressor, engine crane, engine stand, etc for the right trade.  I might also consider trading or selling the car with less 3800 items included which I might use for a future vehicle.  It's such a great engine.  As for cash deals, I'd say about $4900 with everything I have listed in the previous post.


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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Sun Jun 19, 2016 6:29 pm

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Tue Jun 21, 2016 6:42 pm

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Mon Jul 18, 2016 5:28 pm

bump

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Sat Aug 20, 2016 5:04 pm

Offers? I can sell it for a bit less if I keep some parts for a future build.

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  sparkydog on Mon Aug 22, 2016 9:37 am

Hi - where is the car located? Is it currently running? If I read correctly the L67 from the Grand Prix is what is in it now? But the turbos are connected or available as parts?
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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Mon Aug 22, 2016 10:53 am

Hi. The car is in Las Vegas. The L67 engine has been fitted in the engine bay (almost the same engine as the Grand National 3.8 that was removed) but the cam, timing chain and other components need to be installed. I'm going to leave the rest of the long block alone since it has low miles and great compression numbers. I've been mulling over which cam to put in. The cam in the photos is similar to a Stattama ST2 Turbo cam but someone else might want to go bigger so I haven't installed it yet. When it's finished, it will look similar to the Grand National engine from before that's in the photos but will have more power, reliability and more available mods. It currently needs the headers welded. The Grand National headers from the car have slightly different port locations so have to be welded to the 3800 exhaust flanges. It actually has two different exhaust systems included and all the piping needed. I am going to include the supercharger and both turbos so you'll have the option of going supercharged, twin-charged, turbo or twin-turbo.

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  sparkydog on Mon Aug 22, 2016 1:25 pm

Do you have enough of the car's history to know if it was originally sold/titled in California?
Have you done any work to the suspension, transaxle or other major sub-systems? If so can you summarize?
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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Mon Aug 22, 2016 3:54 pm

I have about all of the receipts and manuals since it was new. Sorry, not from CA (GA, MI, NV). Those smog inspections suck in CA. Funny that I have two neighbors here in Vegas who, I noticed, have had their cars registered in CA for over two years. Too bad you can't do the same thing in CA and keep yours registered elsewhere like they do. Nothing done to the suspension. The synchros in the transaxle have about 60k miles on them. The crossmember that the engine is mounted on is a one-piece custom built unit, though.

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Post  sparkydog on Mon Aug 22, 2016 4:05 pm

Rats! As you probably guessed - the non-Calif version means I can't/shouldn't get interested in the whole vehicle. I might be interested in your L67 parts though. I will PM you my contact info in case you want to explore that option.
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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:22 pm

Bump. Offers? Trades considered.

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  cscowden on Wed Oct 19, 2016 10:15 pm

Still available?

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Wed Oct 19, 2016 10:45 pm

Yes it is.

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Tue Nov 15, 2016 7:42 pm

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Re: 1987 944S 3800 L67 Turbo...in progress

Post  Sirayden on Tue Jan 17, 2017 6:39 pm

Bump. Make offer...

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