Jeff's 1981 PORSCHE 911 Super Carrera with a 1997 993 3.6L V-Ram engine conversion.
The 993 V-Ram 3.6L DME engine is originally equipped with secondary air injection system (smog pump), power steering and an oil filter console.
The power steering pump driven off the right side camshaft is removed and replaced with our camshaft block off plate. We also remove and plug the air injection ports on the engine. The oil filter console is in place of the original style engine mounted oil cooler found on Porsche 911 cars made before 1990. This additional filter bracket remains and at a minimum we recommend an updated oil cooler system. The later updated cellular/radiator style cooler found in the right front fender is effective but in hotter climates we highly recommend a fan system or supplement cooler.
The rear package tray clearance modification is necessary when installing the 993, 3.6L V-Ram engines into these -1989 chassis as the manifold is physically taller.
The Bosch DME chassis harness installation. This original harness interfaces the PATRICK MS conversion harness.
The later updated cellular / radiator style cooler found in the right front fender is effective but in hotter climates we highly recommend a fan system or supplement cooler.
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- Tags: 1965-1989 Porsche 901 / 911 / 912, 3.6L / 3.8L Builds & Conv, 911, 911 SC, DME, G50, G50 Short Bell Housing (SBH), SETRAB, VARIORAM / V-RAM