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1974 Porsche Targa Street Sleeper Build

1974 Porsche Targa Street Sleeper Build

  We recently had the opportunity to perform a major overhaul on this 1974 Porsche Targa.  Our client wanted outstanding power and performance like no other, so over the next several months we stripped out the drivetrain and suspension to build an ultimate street sleeper. Beginning the motor, we chose to convert the 2.7 liter flat six to a 3.4 liter powerhouse.  Here is the list of parts that were installed during the rebuild: Case machining Cylinder Head Reconditioning and Valve Job Oil Pump Port and Polish​ Nickies Piston and Cylinder Set to convert to 3.4L​ Carillo Rods New Bearings ARP head Studs Web Billet 464/465 Camshafts All New Seals and Gaskets Powder Coated Engine Tin Full Ignition Replacement Spec Stage 2 Clutch Kit​ Fidanza Lightweight Aluminum Flywheel Webber Carb Recondition : Throttle shafts honed and rebushed Phenolic Carb Spacers To keep temperatures cool during the extreme Florida heat, we added oversized oil coolers and cust ... read more

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750 Horsepower Porsche 911 Turbo Upgrade Package

750 Horsepower Porsche 911 Turbo Upgrade Package

We're now offering an ultimate turbo package upgrade for the Porsche 911, 991.1 models.  This custom kit will push your stock twin-turbo Porsche to the 750 (crankshaft) horsepower level.  You can watch the entire video here at : https://www.facebook.com/RennHaus/videos/734746596932168/ The kit begins with upgrading the stock turbochargers with a 68mm housing with billet compressor wheel.  The turbos provide a greater amount of air flow and pressure over the factory units, as well as maintaining good linear spool characteristics and the housing still remaine the factory VGT on the exhaust side.  From there we are pumping the air through 5-inch cores, AWS intercoolers that also use upgraded carbon fiber inlets and outlets that we custom modify for exact fit and cooling performance.  The intake charge pipes are upgraded with a custom in-house manufactured that are integrated with a ... read more

Ferrari 458 Akrapovic Exhaust

Ferrari 458 Akrapovic Exhaust

  We recently began installing a full titanium exhaust system on a 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale, and during the remove of the stock exhaust system, found an issue.  Once the full stock exhaust system was removed, it was noticed that the passenger side catalytic convertor felt very heavy compared to the driver side.  Upon inspection what we found was staggering.  The entire catalytic convertor was clogged up.  Keep in mind, this car has under 8,000 miles and there was no notable issues to the owner, while driving the vehicle. Shown above is the clogged up catalytic convertor from the stock Ferrari Exhaust system.  Below is the driver side with no issues. With the issue at hand, this was a result of the fuel injection system, with an improper fuel spray, overspraying the intake, resulting in excessive carbon build up.  We therefore removed the intake manifold system and fuel injection rails, along with the injectors to flow testing.  Now we are back ... read more

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