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Thread: FS: @BaT - 1966 Porsche 911 Crankcase and Engine Parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91167coupe View Post
    100mm spigot bore for 92 cylinders = 2.6 liters? What kind of heads would be Best suited?

    Will it pass $10k? Crank alone is $3-4k?
    3-4K for a 66mm crank? I think not.
    If these parts bring more than 9k I will start dumping engines on BaT.

    Which heads for 2.6?

    2.2-2.7 that are opened up a bit. Valves and springs determined by RPM/cams/compression.
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    Ended at $5500. Wasn't that a very fair price if both case and crank are good?
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    Yes very good price
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    Not so fast Canuck!

    I think it was fair based on the 100mm spigots. Those are razor-thin and it takes someone who's going to go 2.6, 2.8, or get very creative. Realistically someone building a hot rod motor would only use the case, crank, and IMS out of that batch of parts.
    Rods, oil pump, and F/W are almost literally throwaways.

    Good news is hopefully I'll sell the schmo who bought it a bunch of race bits.
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    Good point...but still the crank alone is $1800-$2500 the case has to be worth 3k.

    So I'll change it from very good to just good price.
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