Which Porsche A question we are often asked both by first time buyers or already seasoned owners, “which Porsche is the best to purchase”. Throughout their history, Porsche has made outstanding vehicles. Excellence in engineering, styling, materials, workmanship and performance have been their core values from the very beginning. Their continual reengineering, technical and racing development has allowed Porsche to maintain a reputation as one of the top automotive manufactures in the world with some models that could be taken from the showroom directly to the race track. Which one is the best? The simple answer is Porsche’s latest offerings, the technology and performance are spectacular. However, that is usually not the answer being sought, the question really being asked is “which used Porsche is best for me.” That can be a very complicated answer on multipl ... read more
911 Street Model Variants The wide world of 911 models can get confusing. Tony Callas as put together a quick-reference guide of 911 Models for easy reference of street 911 models. 1964-1968 Short wheel base (Long Hood) -Oil and filter change – FILL QUANTITY 8.50 - 9.00 Quarts -All engines 2.0 Liter -All engine cases aluminum -1967 first year of the 911S -1967 911S introduction of Fuchs wheels – 2 versions – 4.5 in for the 911S – 7.0 in for the 911R -1967 was the first year for factory-supplied Weber carburetors with the 911S getting 40IDS carbs – 1st 20 cars got 40 IDA special w/ no high speed circuit - but stamped S on the end. -1968 first and only year of 911L -1968 911 engine case now magnesium (mid-year changeover) -1968 911S only in Europe (Heavy emissions year) -1968 US cars had smog pumps and emissions equipment -Bendix style fuel pumps located in engine compartment 1969 First year of Long wheel base (L ... read more
2020 Carrera S Engine Install is Complete! It's an exciting day at Callas Rennsport! The 2020 992 Engine Install is complete and the car is running smoothly. Our Technician John dressed the block, installed the transmission, then installed the two turbos. Next was the AC compressor and then the power plant! Air box and inter coolers in next. Finally, we performed a fuel system bleed and cooling system bleed and this Porsche is good as new. Check out the videos to see it all happen!
New Updates of the 2020 Carrera S Brand-New Engine Install Today, we dressed the block, installed the transmission, and prepared the engine for the turbo install. Later this week, the Turbo will be installed. Next is the power plant install! Starting to dress long block: Mostly dressed long block: Engine on lift table ready to transmission installation: Transmission installed and ready for Turbo installation
2020 911 Carrera S Engine Install Update We are starting a brand-new engine install for a 2020 911 Carrera S that had some damage to the original engine. We're excited to get this car back on the road! We'll post update photos here so you can follow the process with us. Engine Compartment: Preparing parts for install: Engine block: