Porsche 911 Project Mjølnir by D-Zug

Porsche 911 Project Mjølnir by D-Zug is the widest Porsche 911 (930) model as it claim by the owner and it received not just appearance upgrades but also its engine under its hood.

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Widebody air cooled Porsche is a popular trend among restore mod enthusiasts. RWB or Rauh Welt Begriff is a well known tuner from Japan owns by Nakai-san who have an expertise and followers around the world. The brand was so popular which it had featured in the new Need for Speed game.

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But this Porsche 911 Project Mjølnir by D-Zug try to be more than normal widebody Porsche project. This car had received a lot of upgrades including a new 3.5 liter engine rebuilt with G30 Garret turbocharger, 993TT oil pump, 935 headers, Tial 50mm blow off valve, twin Tial V44 wastegates and the list continue.

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The body parts came from 3.0 RSR fenders and 935/76 at rear. A widebody Porsche will look ridiculous without the right ground clearance. To get to right ride height, DZug have fitted a Bilstein suspension system with tires measured 18×10.5  at front and 19×14 at rear.

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(via Autoblog.nl)

 

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