1973 911 RS PRO TOURING | 993 3.6L DME | G50 SBH

1973 911 RS Pro Touring | 993 3.6L DME | G50 SBH

We are restoring and converting this 1970 911 into a RS "PRO" Touring edition!

Our customers 911 will be powered by a 1995 993 3.6L DME fuel injected engine, and put down through our Short Bell Housing G-50 5 spd. transaxle. It will feature full stainless exhaust with heat and A/C air-conditioning using R-134 refrigerant. This is just a start, keep your eye on this one!

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Here our '95 993 3.6L and G-50 Short Bell Housing trans. w- billet side cover are ready for installation

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Our 993 A/C condenser upgrade to the '70 911.

Note the receiver dryer with over pressure switch, this keeps you from blowing up the lines if the condenser fan quits working.

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This photos shows off the detail of the 3.6L 993 engine & G-50 short bell housing transaxle in the 1970 911T

It's clean !

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The rear of the 1970 T fitted with sport muffler, If you could only hear it "SWEET" !

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We are just about ready to button up the front end assembly & install the hood for the final time.

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All finished on a little drive up to Saguaro Lake & Coons Bluff on the Salt River.

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The 993 engine in service w-A/C in the '70 911

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911 RS cooler exit duct

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The first big 1000 mile drive thru Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, on the "Going to the Sun Rally" 2010

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Here we made a special matching tool & jack pouch for the front of the 911, we needed original jack space in the nose for the oil cooler exit duct. 

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The candidate ! 

1970 911 T “Very clean runner”

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Here is the '95 993 3.6L dme fuel injected engine prepared & ready to go into out "Pro Tour" 911 project !

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The Porsche 3.6L DME engines are an excellent choice for conversions into the older 914 or 911 chassis. These 3.6L engines are found in the 964 from ’90-’94 ( 250hp – 228 lb/ft ), and 993 from ’95-’98 ( 272hp – 243.2 lb/ft ). We often find the early 2.0L, 2.2L, 2.4L, 2.7L, 3.0L and 3.2L engines are “tired” and with the increasing parts costs and rebuild labor expenses, this begins to approach that of the 3.6L engines. These engines offer several advantages with regards to reliability, power and future service. The DME (Digital Motor Electronics) used to operate the engines ensures excellent hot or cold running with increase efficiency and lower emissions output. These engines are equipped standard with twin plug ignition systems & knock sensing. We have all of the conversion parts you should need to simply install these and other engines into your chassis. Please contact us today for your needs, should it be individual parts, a complete engine package, or bringing your car to us for a complete 3.6L engine conversion !


Note that this car will be fitted with A/C as well !

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Adding a late model 911 power sunroof to this car! Usually we are asked to remove them!