PROJECT GALLERY — DME

1992 Porsche 964 - 3.6L to 3.8L Conversion - ITB

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1992 Porsche 964 - 3.6L to 3.8L Conversion - ITB

 This build features Mahle Motorsports 102mm pistons and cylinder and AT Power individual throttle bodies.                            

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1984 911 Carrera to 911 ST Long Hood Conversion - 3.8L Euro RS Conversion - G50 SBH

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1984 911 Carrera to 911 ST Long Hood Conversion - 3.8L Euro RS Conversion - G50 SBH

WE STARTED WITH A CUSTOMER SUPPLIED 1984 911 CARRERA, FIRST COMPLETE DISASSEMBLY AND EVALUATION. THEN CONVERSION TO LONG HOOD EARLY ST CONFIGURATION. THIS WILL BE POWERED BY A '96 993 V-VAM CONFIGURED TO 3.8L EURO RS SPEC.. WE WILL BE USING OUR G-50 SHORT BELL HOUSING GEARBOX. TAKE A LOOK AT THE INTERIOR DETAIL!             '84 TO 911 ST CONVERSION W- 3.8L 993 V-RAM & G-50 FITMENT OF THE HID LIGHT SYSTEM IN THE 911 ST   The 993 DME ECU installation. Our 3.6L adapter harness simply interfaces the chassis to the engine control unit...

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1979 930 to 1974 911 RSR IROC Street Racer - 3.8L DME Upgrade And Euro 915 Conversion

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1979 930 to 1974 911 RSR IROC Street Racer - 3.8L DME Upgrade And Euro 915 Conversion

This original 1979 930 chassis has been expertly converted to a lightweight 1974 911 RSR IROC inspired street racer! This chassis is fitted with a 1997, 993 Carrera 3.6L DME engine then converted to a high torque 3.8L displacement! Featuring hydraulic billet sport cams and married to a specially prepared, 1986 915 Euro transaxle gearbox with LSD and euro oil cooler system. This one of kind project is 100% built in-house.                  As you can see the Patrick Motorsports 911 / 930 Roll Bar fits like a champ! Also shown, our custom interior...

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914/6 GT "BIG LAGUNA" - 3.8L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

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914/6 GT "BIG LAGUNA" - 3.8L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

View this post on Instagram 914-6 GT Style "BIG LAGUNA" in from San Diego for service after 12 years & 7500 miles #patrickmotorsports #porscherestoration #porsche #porsche914 #9146 A post shared by PATRICK MOTORSPORTS (@patrickmotorsports) on May 15, 2020 at 12:30pm PDT The front trunk is the heart of our dry sump oil cooling system. This starts out with a Peterson OIL TANK part# OIL 08-0011-DB - 16 quart (4 gallon) aluminum (race) – dual breather - 9 inch. Diameter X 19 inches tall – Also uses the billet aluminum brackets part # OIL 08-0101 Price: $68.00. The oil is routed...

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1975 914/4 Restoration With A 3.2L Conversion

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1975 914/4 Restoration With A 3.2L Conversion

  This 1975 914-4 was converted to a 914-6 with a 3.2L DME motronic engine, 901 5 speed trans with Wavetrac ATB diff, sport headers & exhaust, backdated bumpers, upgraded suspension & brakes, and a hidden front oil cooler. The end result is a slick, understated classic with nearly triple the stock power! Stripped down, the engine bay needed to be perfected before anything new could go in.We blanket the car in 3M, specially designed to protect the body and paint from welding sparks. Jess working his magic in the engine bay, spotting and replacing any rust spots with new metal....

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917 LMK GULF TRIBUTE

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917 LMK GULF TRIBUTE

Meet the legend - and take it home.  Up until this point, the only way to drive a 917 required you to be one of the few super elite drivers chosen by Porsche. Now that's all changed.There was an authentic Porsche 917K (#024) at auction at Gooding & Company, in Pebble Beach, for an estimated $13 to $16 million.If you could not bid on the 917K at Pebble Beach, Patrick Motorsports has the next best opportunity - and it will only happen once. A History of Racing Dominance The Porsche 917 was rushed onto the tracks in its 1969 debut, and initially struggled...

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914/6 Super GT Race Car 3.6L DME Varioram Upgrade And G50 Conversion

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914/6 Super GT Race Car 3.6L DME Varioram Upgrade And G50 Conversion

  Awarded 1st in Class at PCA Werks Reunion 2017. The 914-6 GT 3.6L Spec Racer | Fitted with a '97 3.6L V-Ram engine and one of our '87-'89 G-50 inverted mid engine transaxles. Take a look! Won 1st in Class at PCA Werks Reunion 2017, in Monterey, California!   The initial body being fitted to the acid dipped 914 chassis The body fit from the rear Here you see the inverted G-50 trans. being mocked up in the rear of the 914-6 chassis The 914 steel targa bar weighs just 19.5 lbs              ...

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993 GT2 Lightweight

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993 GT2 Lightweight

The Legendary Porsche 993 GT2 Lightweight - In the workshop for body repair, service and track preparation...and of course HVAC! Driving the lightweight GT-2 at INDE Motorsports Ranch was a treat, super smooth and very fast ! PMS Sachs RE GT2 Clutch on balancer PMS Billet Single Mass Flywheel    

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914 to 916 Tribute - 3.8L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

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914 to 916 Tribute - 3.8L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

PATRICK MOTORSPORTS has built this 916 steel roof replica, powered by a fully built 964 DME based 3.8L engine, driven through a 915 gearbox with WEVO tail shift system. The car has a modern A/C system featuring R-134 refrigerant, utilizing a front mounted 993 A/C condenser w/ fan assist. We have stripped the chassis, seam welded & reinforced all critical areas, and incorporated a tubular cage system front to rear. This 916 Tribute won 1st in Class at PCA Werks Reunion 2015.     See it on YouTube! : http://youtu.be/wZvhkRCO2_k               The Patrick Motorsports 914-6...

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914/6 GT Race Car Conversion - 3.2L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

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914/6 GT Race Car Conversion - 3.2L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

This "GT" race replica was built exclusively at the PATRICK MOTORSPORTS workshop in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.   When a fuel cell is wanted or required there is no finer choice than a Fuel Safe fuel cell. They are used and approved by all sanctioning bodies in every racing application from off road to Indy. If you are looking for a fuel cell, Fuel Safe should be your first and only choice!As you can see the front trunk is the heart of our dry sump oil cooling system. This starts out with a Peterson OIL TANK part# OIL 08-0011-DB - 16...

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914/6 GT "Mule Car" - 3.6L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

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914/6 GT "Mule Car" - 3.6L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

For the installation into the “Project Mule Car”, the engine has been fitted with our Cam Block of Kit, Single Belt Alternator/ Crank Pulley Kit, 914-6 Engine Sheet Metal Kit, our special Engine Conversion Mount, 993 3.6L DME Engine Conversion Harness, Conversion Air Intake Boot Kit, Air Injection System Delete Kit, Stainless Steel Sport Headers with Polished Stainless Silencers, 914-6 Reproduction Oil Tank System, and our SETRAB Front Mount Oil Cooler Kit. Many other factory based parts will be used. This car will be fitted with a late model 1986 915 transmission with LSD featuring the WEVO rear tail shift...

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914/6 GT 3.6L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

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914/6 GT 3.6L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

    This car is fitted with our front oil cooler system, the Setrab oil cooler (part # PMP 500-15NPT3/4). This is plumbed to the engine using Goodridge fittings and stainless braided hoses. Adding an oil cooler system is a must for operation of the air cooled engines in warmer climates, as the factory engine mounted cooler just does not keep your engine operating in its optimal temperature range, causing premature engine wear and loss for performance. Our systems have been designed to keep your engine operating at its desired operating temperature which extends engine life and improves performance. 914 GT OIL...

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914/6 - "Black Beauty" - 3.6L DME - 915 TRANSMISSION

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914/6 - "Black Beauty" - 3.6L DME - 915 TRANSMISSION

This 914 started life as a So. Cal 4 cyl. daily driver. Now this "Black Beauty" should be right on the streets of San Diego! '95 993 DME engine converted for 914 application. '86 915 trans. with WEVO tail shift and PMS shift linkage system. This system works beyond belief!'74 914-4 chassis "Very Clean", we repaired a few rust areas, a little accident damage from the past, and then adding a full cage system w/o door bars for the street & steel GT flares and GT front oil cooler system.       This car is fitted with our front...

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914/6 - 3.2L DME Conversion - 901 Transmission

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914/6 - 3.2L DME Conversion - 901 Transmission

IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY YOU CAN SEE OUR BOLT IN FRONT ENGINE MOUNT (PART # PMP9146FIWAMO) ENGINE CARRIER MOUNT - PORSCHE 914 BULK HEAD TO PORSCHE 6 CYLINDER ENGINE CONVERSION - UTILIZES POLYURETHANE BUSHINGS - TIG WELDED STEEL - BLACK POWDER COAT FINISH - 13.50 LBS. THESE MOUNTS ARE A MUCH IMPROVED DESIGN OVER THE STOCK FACTORY CROSS BAR AND WITH THE DELRIN BUSHINGS OVER THE FACTORY RUBBER WILL LAST MANY TIMES LONGER. THIS ALSO GIVES YOUR ENGINE CONVERSION A MUCH CLEANER APPEARANCE.THE EXHAUST HEADERS ARE PORSCHE 914-6 - WITH HEAT EXCHANGERS - 1-5/8 (1.625) INCH O.D. PRIMARIES - 304 STAINLESS...

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914 3.8L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

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914 3.8L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

This little 914 2.0L four came down from Colorado for our "auto spa treatment". The customer wanted reliability & great performance for his state of Co. that had to adapt and perform in various altitudes and temperature conditions! Well there is an answer to that problem, the 3.2L & 3.6L air cooler DME engine conversion from PATRICK MOTORSPORTS. Before the 914 was delivered our customer had decided that a 3.6L 964 DME engine coupled to a late ‘85 915 transaxle would be the drivetrain package. He received the estimate, we received a deposit, and the engine & transmission were prepared...

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1981 911 SC - 993 3.6L DME Varioram Conversion

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1981 911 SC - 993 3.6L DME Varioram Conversion

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....

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1996 993 Turbo To GT2 Style - 3.6L DME

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1996 993 Turbo To GT2 Style - 3.6L DME

 This 993 Turbo came to us as a Black Horse, and needed a refresh so the famed "Mexico Blue" was chosen to breathe some life back into the car. The GT-2 style is referring to the change from 4 wheel drive to 2 wheel drive, we have converted the original 993 Turbo all wheel drive gearbox a G64/51 to a 993 Turbo 2 wheel drive unit. This keeps the nice tall turbo gears and the strength in tact, it also attains the center oil feed main shaft & pinion shaft that the G64/51 & GT-2 have in common.  featuring...

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1978 911 SC Backdate To 911 ST

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1978 911 SC Backdate To 911 ST

Another 911 backdate from '78 911 SC to ST - all steel ! 993 3.6L DME engine & 915 Euro gearbox with LSD & oil cooler. L-908 Grand Prix White w- special M Benz navy blue interior ! paint prep & Imron under finish under body chassis detail   964 calipers painted in Grand Prix White - Imron       Our in house interior services !   fitting ST steel quarters   welded ST steel flare   ST rear flare metal finished    

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1976 911 Turbo Carrera - 1995 3.6L DME Conversion

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1976 911 Turbo Carrera - 1995 3.6L DME Conversion

This '76 911 came to us from San Diego for a bit of restoration & upgrades. The plan was to fit the car with a '95 993 3.6L DME engine featuring A/C & heat, along with upgrading the suspension & brake system to hang on the newfound power plant.       Our rear 964 4 piston brake caliper conversion with late 930 rotors               These classic BBS wheels were originally 16" but the owner wanted to run larger tires. The customer wanted keep with the historic BBS 3 wheel piece look, so here...

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1974 911 RSR Clone - 3.6L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

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1974 911 RSR Clone - 3.6L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

Starting out life as a 1974 911, this car has transformed into a killer "RSR" street racer. '96 993 big valve w/ '95 DME injection, hydraulic valves, early stainless headers w/ heat & sport muffler, 993 R-134 A/C compressor for added creature comforts! '86 915 transaxle with LSD, this pushes the 3.6L power through late Carrera axles. The car is set up with full 935 type front suspension, RSR 935 coilover strut dual spring & rear inverted RSR 934 coilover shock with dual spring set up '74 911 chassis converted to 911/930 steel wide body & RSR front & rear...

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1974 911 Carrera - 3.2L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

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1974 911 Carrera - 3.2L DME Conversion - 915 Transmission

This '74 Carrera was located by myself in Burbank, Ca. in '96, only 68,000 miles and complete but in need of a restoration. We stripped the car and started the process. We started with an '80 3.0L engine, 3.2L 41mm port heads, Cosworth Lightweight piston set, 993 Sport cams, B&B stainless headers w/ heat & dual-in dual-out exhaust system, and fitted the engine with 3.2L Digital Motronic Electronics (DME). We tuned the engine with the help of "Autothority" and their Mass Air Flow system. Then trimmed it out in black & yellow powder coating. The pkg. is tight & clean, and makes...

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1973 911 To 911 RS RHD 3.6L Varioram Upgrade And G50 SBH Conversion

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1973 911 To 911 RS RHD 3.6L Varioram Upgrade And G50 SBH Conversion

1973 Porsche 911 RS Retro - Right Hand Drive Conversion               The Porsche G50-01 5 Speed transaxle gear shifter.              

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1973 911 T To RSR Retro Creation - 993 3.6L Varioram Conversion - G50 Transmission

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1973 911 T To RSR Retro Creation - 993 3.6L Varioram Conversion - G50 Transmission

We have started with a very clean 1973 911 T showing 90,000 miles on the odometer. It’s a car that I bought without the original 2.4L mechanical injection engine, although it did still have the orig. 915 w-7:31 ring and pinion hanging in there. The car was so clean & complete I had thought about putting a 2.4L MFI engine back in, wait this thought only crossed my mind for a moment. I had true visions of grandeur ’73 RSR style with a ’96-‘98 3.6L DME V-Ram engine featuring A/C and Heat, coupled to one of our built '87-'89 G-50...

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1973 911 RS Pro Touring - 993 3.6L DME Conversion - G50 SBH

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1973 911 RS Pro Touring - 993 3.6L DME Conversion - 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!   Here our '95 993 3.6L and G-50 Short Bell Housing trans. w- billet side cover are ready for installation Our 993 A/C condenser upgrade to the '70 911.Note the receiver dryer with over...

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1972 911 RS - 3.6L DME Conversion - G50 SBH Transmission

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1972 911 RS - 3.6L DME Conversion - G50 SBH Transmission

This '72 911 was a wreck when it showed up on a trailer towed in from San Diego. The customer wanted to have a car with super performance, and the comfort of A/C. The 1995 Porsche 993 3.6L engine was selected for installation in this project car.To fit this engine in this older Porsche 911 chassis, several modifications are required, the dash and power brake sheet metal work was the most intensive (see detail in photos). We have installed the wide variety of our special 3.6L DME engine conversion parts. For this project we installed the Porsche G-50 type transmission...

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1958 356 Restoration With A 993 3.6L DME Varioram Engine Conversion - 915

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1958 356 Restoration With A 993 3.6L DME Varioram Engine Conversion - 915

We have fitted a 1997 993 3.6L DME fuel injected engine, featuring our Patrick MS 225mm 3.6L DME conversion flywheel, camshaft block-offs, single belt crankshaft pulley, and much more. We fitted a 1985 911 915 Carrera transaxle with LSD, then went through and freshened up this great transaxle, with a semi-tube chassis design.     993 3.6L engine and 915 transmission installed with our 911 exhaust headers and custom made dual muffler system. On the ground you will see very little of the system, making it very hard to tell this is anything more than a beautifully restored 356 until you...

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914/6 GT - 3.6L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

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914/6 GT - 3.6L DME Upgrade And 915 Conversion

'95 3.6L DME engine, all PATRICK MOTORSPORTS conversion parts '86 915 trans. LSD and short gears     When a fuel cell is wanted or required there is no finer choice than a Fuel Safe fuel cell. They are used and approved by all sanctioning bodies in every racing application from off road to Indy. If you are looking for a fuel cell, Fuel Safe should be your first and only choice!All components are fitted prior to painting, this way we know everything fits properly and any changes are made before painting. This starts out with a Peterson OIL TANK...

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