Here is a complete, dynoed and track-ready engine ready for a Porsche 935 race car. It comes loaded with correct and authentic Factory 935 parts.
This engine was in the car that won the 3-Hour "Tribute to Le Mans" in the mid-1990s. Shortly thereafter the long block and internals were rebuilt by Bob Holcombe of MotorSport Design (MODE) and converted to an electronic fuel injection system. This converted engine was never raced and sat untouched for around 20 years.
In 2017 Retro Sport converted it back to the correct original spec 935 Mechanical Fuel Injection system which was deemed more valuable.
The horseshoe and intercooler are currently flipped around backwards because of the configuration of the owner's car (930 setup). This is opposite of a real factory 935 and can be converted back to the original position on request for an additional fee.
It was dyno tuned by Ben Kirchner of Retro Sport and you can view the video below. Dyno sheets are available upon request.
Parts on the engine are as follows:
Parts that were rebuilt by Retro Sport are as follows:
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