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3.4 Swap Finally Done! With Lp640 Body


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3.4 swapped finally done, ecu flashed, only thing left is bringing home the airlift coolant bleeder kit and doing it this saturday.

here is the photo of the car driving around the block, no over heat yet, but wanna make sure just in case.thanks for all of yall;

help , on giving me advice to complete the project.

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Wow, that's crazy! I just finished my 3.4 conversion a few months ago too - the thing is a rocket! If you want to add a photo of your car to the bottom of the 3.4 conversion tech article that would be most cool. http://www.pelicanparts.com/techarticles/Boxster_Tech/11-ENGINE-911_Engine_Swap/11-ENGINE-911_Engine_Swap.htm

I'm also trying to gather people's comments who have actually done the swap. Any suggestions or differences in how you did the conversion?

-Wayne

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Wow, that's crazy! I just finished my 3.4 conversion a few months ago too - the thing is a rocket! If you want to add a photo of your car to the bottom of the 3.4 conversion tech article that would be most cool. http://www.pelicanpa...Engine_Swap.htm

I'm also trying to gather people's comments who have actually done the swap. Any suggestions or differences in how you did the conversion?

-Wayne

wayne that is a well written document, i have no other addition to it. not only that but my process was different the way the document was stated.

as my car was a stripped boxster to the frame and reworked from there . i didnt have to use spacers , and i relocated the coolant resevoir , and kept the 996 dipstick and

oil filler tube. if you take a look at my photobucket photos, you can see i have a complete open engine bay. here is the link.

http://s745.photobucket.com/albums/xx97/quan717/

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wayne that is a well written document, i have no other addition to it. not only that but my process was different the way the document was stated.

as my car was a stripped boxster to the frame and reworked from there . i didnt have to use spacers , and i relocated the coolant resevoir , and kept the 996 dipstick and

oil filler tube. if you take a look at my photobucket photos, you can see i have a complete open engine bay. here is the link.

http://s745.photobuc...s/xx97/quan717/

Thanks for the kudos. Engine swaps are like fingerprints - they are are similar, but each one is completely different. Yours is by far the most radical I think I've seen...

-Wayne

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