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3.5 liter 1977 Porsche 911 RSR/Outlaw build
|Year Make Model||1977 Porsche 911 RSR/Outlaw build|
|Private or Dealer||Dealer|
|Exterior Color, Interior Color||Guards Red, Black|
|Engine Size||3.5 liter|
|Two Pedals or Three?||Three|
|Modifications||3.0 liter built to a 3.5 liter producing 297 HP and 246 ft/lb to the wheels, steel widebody fenders and other extensive details in description|
|BwC Inspection Report?||Yes|
|Open to Trade-In?||No|
Current bid: $9,110
Bid to $5,250
This DreamCar will stay with its owner for a little longer, thanks to the seller and all the bidders
DreamCarXchange is pleased to present this 1977 911 built in a RSR/Outlaw style. The car is finished in a repaint of the original Guards Red color with Black interior, featuring steel turbo flares and a sunroof delete. This build is powered by a newly ground-up built 3.5 liter twin MSD plug motor (that started as a 3.0 liter) with 50mm PMO carbs along with various modifications to the rest of the drivetrain, suspension, brakes, interior, and exterior which was all completed from 2016-2018. The engine was designed and built by William Knight from William Knight Racing and finalized/tweaked by Dick Elverud from NW Machine Products. Key invoices of the build can be found in the gallery and are included with the sale of the car. It has a completed Bid with Confidence Inspection Report and will be sold with a New Jersey title.
According to the seller, the car started as a rust-free Arizona/Texas 1977 911S sunroof coupe showing 58k miles on it was purchased in March, 2015. In all, the car is reported to have about 1k miles since the new engine build. Below is a detailed listing of the modifications completed during the build, by area:
Motor and driveline modifications: Built to a 3.5 liter: 3.0l core motor (case center oil channel opened and cleaned), 76.4 mm stroke, 964 crank cross drilled and balanced, New factory German Rod bearings, Dick Elverud heads (74 RSR 911 930 OEM head, cnc cut , 42mm) + Larger stainless intake , radian cut, Aase springs and Ti retainers, Clewitt lower Aluminium Pulley, 98mm Mahle cylinders (bored and chromed US Chrome) & 10.95:1 CP pistons, PMO 50 mm carb kit, JB racing Twin plug distributer and wires, 930 turbo oil pump & 930 shaft, Pauter Rods (Set of 6, 4340 Chrome Moly Connecting Rods for 911 (964) 3.2-3.6l), 964 bearing kit grooved and opened center bearing (OEM), 993 Intermediate gears steel matched, 120/104 Web Cam racing webcams, timed at 5.2mm, Rebuilt rockers / shaft (OEM, 3.0 alternator (OEM), 3.2 oil cooler on the motor, 3.2 hydraulic chain tensioners, Race Ware head studs, 3.0 cam towers, Race timing chains & chain ramps (OEM), 993 case nuts and filter kit, Oil return tubes -Wrightwood Racing gasket kit (complete), 2x Black MSD ignition boxes & coils, Stainless S-CAR-GO 1 3/4” replica headers, Dynomax Muffler and mandrel 2.5” stainless, Alunimum 915 transaxle with taller 5th gear, one piece bearing retainer plate, OSG LSD -Porsche Short Shift Kit (with shifter bushing kit), Rennshift for 915 gearbox, Rebel S Racing (RSR Products) Straight Shift Lever.
Click the link to a video of the engine running and revving. Video – 3.5 liter 1977 911 RSR/Outlaw revving
The invoice for the motor and transmission work totals $43,300 in parts and labor.
In April 2018, Powertech in Rockaway, NJ dyno’d the car resulting in 297 HP and 246 ft/lb to the wheels.
Exterior/trunk modifications refinished by paint and body specialist Shiloh at Heritage Collision Centre, Sherman Texas: Turbo look conversion and paint, Sunroof delete, Steel Turbo Flares 9’ front and 11″ rear by Dansk, Front Turbo valence and rubber lip by Pelican & Dansk, Front bumper blade by Getty Design, Rear bumper blade by Getty Design, Rear quarter panels OEM 930 parts, Rear engine fiber glass duck tail by Gary Stratton, Side mirrors (993 Aero) from Pelicanparts Forum, Rear shock tower reinforcements by Innovative Autosports (Dallas), Paint (strip and repaint), Smugglers Box Cover by Rennline, Black Squareweave Trunk cover by Autobahn Interiors, Battery update (Odyssey PC925LMJT, housing harness) with build in cut-off switch (currently not in use/connected)
Interior modifications: No heat or air conditioning, Headroof liner re-install after sunroof delete, Interior seal kit, complete (roof, doors, windows and metal trim etc) by Pelicanparts, Carpet kit – complete, Black (German made Square weave) by Autobahn Interiors LLC, Red Seat Belts by Seatbelt Planet, Shift Linkage Black Aluminium cover by Rennline, Foot boards (L and R) by Rennline, Wurth GM OEM Sound Deadening pads (3 packs of 10 used) by Wurth USA, Gauge restoration, LED upgrade, LED housing upgrades, New Interior power windows switch update, complete Pelicanparts, Side door panels (foam, leather) by Rennline, Side door panels RS style strap bezels (L+R) by Rennline, Side door panels RS style pull handle straps RED by Rennline, Steering wheel: MoMo Prototipo + hub spacer 3″, Dash Fascia Trim set (Rennline aluminum racing dash covered in CarbonFiber wrap) by Rennline, Recaro XL Seats
Suspension modifications: Camber King Carbon Fiber brace by Camber King, Rear shortened adjustable Shock Absorbers by Koni 8210-1159, Front adjustable shock absorbers with new strut nuts by Koni 86-1942, Ball Joints (pair) by Lemforder /91134104905, Front Hollow Torsion Bar PR, Plugged and Plated, 21mm by Sanders, Rear Hollow Torsion Bar PR, Plugged and Plated, 31mm by Sanders -Tie Rod assembly by Lemforder / 93034703101, Steering Rack boot, OEM 9303471910, Adjustable Bump Steer kit by Rebel Racing / RSRBSK-001, Rear moonball by Rebel Racing, Rear Spring Plate Bushing Kit by Rebel Racing / RSRRBC, Front Spring Plate Bushing Kit by Rebel Racing / RSRRBC, Rear RSR Style, 22mm Swaybar and Drop Link Kit by Terret Engineering, Front RSR Style, 19.3mm Swaybar and Drop Link Kit by Terret Engineering
Brakes modifications: 986 Boxster upgrade with OEM 4 piston calipers, ATE stainless steel rotors, 986 brake pads
Wheel/tire modifications: CCW Classic wheels 17×9 inch, 17×11 inch, NT05 255/40R17 (front), 315/35R17 (rear), CCW Classic wheels refurb + paint ,REAR: H&R TRAK+ 65mm Wheel Spacer Pair, DRM Style, Bolt Pattern 5x130mm, Center Bore 71.6mm, Thread Type 14×1.5, FRONT: H&R TRAK+ 14mm Wheel Spacer Pair – DRS Style, Bolt Pattern 5x130mm, Center Bore 71.6mm, Thread Type 14×1.5
Electrical modifications: Front Headlamps (6000K HID Bulbs, Black reflector and black shroud, Clear Lenses, Black Rings, 35W Digital Ballasts, High/Low Relay Harness) by Flat6lighting, Complete new Engine wiring harness, Clewett Engineering Ignition Wires
A leakdown test performed by Powertech in Rockaway, NJ in October 2018 resulted in the following readings:
Cylinder #1: 1%
Cylinder #2: 2%
Cylinder #3: 1%
Cylinder #4: 2%
Cylinder #5: 3%
Cylinder #6: 2%
Cylinder #2: 2%
Cylinder #3: 1%
Cylinder #4: 2%
Cylinder #5: 3%
Cylinder #6: 2%
At that time, they also completed a comprehensive inspection of the car, the results can be found in the Bid with Confidence (BwC) Inspection Report tab above.
The seller notes that the speedometer/odometer needed to be replaced once the new engine was installed, therefore the car will be sold with a NJ title stating “Not the Actual Mileage” though it is believed to be close to the mileage currently on the odometer.
Tire Manufacturer date codes are 2616 and 4515.
The seller indicates that there is bubbling of the paint on the pass quarter panel where the flare was added (which could not be captured in photographs) in addition to the various paint and interior imperfections as pointed out the various pictures in the gallery.
The car was weighed in April 2018 totaling 2,331 pounds.
In October 2018, Powertech in
The heart of this car is the free-revving engine... With 297 HP at the wheels and weighing only 2331 lbs, it is a absolutely thrill to drive! A couple of items that could be addressed further: Recaro XLs, would upholster with better materials. Knee pad: Not done to the quality of the rest of the car. In addition, the quality of the repaint is not as high as the rest of the car. Overall, this car looks fantastically mean, sounds great and is an outstanding drive.
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