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1CSR TrucjeBaz

     PORSCHE 911 CSR                                

 

Inspired by cars like "Singer", I wanted a Porsche 911, with the relatively modern technique of the 964 and the looks of a "Long-hood". I did not care much for luxury (the airco had to go) and wanted a more "hardcore" street racer - one that would be light and handle even better than a standard 964. It had to be a daily driver, but also excell at rally's and track days. Because of this I call it the "CSR". It was build in the wide "ST" style by van Thull Development in Lith in 2012 and upgraded the following years. It underwent a complete engine rebuild in March 2015 by v.d. Gugten, the Porsche specialist in Bodegraven. Next plans for the CSR are; upgrading the suspension (Bilstein PSS10), Recaro "Pole position's", a roll cage and stripping the interior. I might also get rid of the sunroof and replace it for a carbon one, like I did on my 968 RSR racecar as visible elsewhere on this site.

   

SPECS

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Engine power:

Torque:

Car weight:

 

250 HP

320 NM

1250 KG

 

 

 

     BODY:

 2Th24

      Lightweight glass fibre parts "ST"-style:

  • Front and rear fenders
  • Engine lid
  • Front hood
  • Front and rear bumpers
  • Front RSR spoiler with brake-cooling ducts and extra oilcooler duct
  • Rear window in high quality Margard/Lexan earodinamicly flush
  • "Bullet" style chrome mirrors
  • Professional paintjob in Silver
 

 

 

     ENGINE:  
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  • Completely rebuild engine (March '15) by v.d. Gugten Porsche service, Bodegraven
  • Throttle valve housing mod. '92, ready for install of Cargraphic tuning set (+45HP)
  • K&N air filter
  • RS Carbon "Heizgeblase rohr"
  • RS clutch
  • RS flywheel
  • Airco-delete
  • Custom Stainless exhaust with Cargraphic "Cuprohr" and "Export Sound" muffler

 

 

    COCKPIT & INTERIOR:
 6OMPwheel
  • "Weissach" OMP steering wheel
  • Cargraphic pedals
  • Cruise-control
  • Becker "TrafficStar" radio/CD player 
  • AutoNorm class3 alarm
 

      SUSPENSION, BRAKES & WHEELS

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  • Carbon strut brace
  • 911/993 Turbo "Big-reds", Ø 320mm rotors
  • Goodridge steel brake-lines
  • Pagid brake pads
  • TechArt; 8Jx18 front/ 9,5Jx18 rear (optional Black Gembella LeMans Black 18" 9.0/11J)
  • Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 N3 tyres (225 and 285 wide)
   HOW THE CAR CAME TOGETHER

  

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 Side by side with its predecessor.

 

                                                                       

Light grey leather interior with electric seats

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 After I bought the car, its first stop was at "Car Service Robert Visser" in Hilversum for a few upgrades.
 

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After driving it for a few years as a grey 964..... 

 

 

       ... I thought it was time for a change...         .... and let the guys from v. Thull Development   
                                                                                in Lith do what they do best...  

 

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On it's way to the paint shop! 

 

 

 

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a new look in silver...

 


      Back to v. Thull for some final adjustments

 

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Trying some different rims

 

 

Flush Lexan rear window

 

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Ending up as a Silver "longhood", 

 

 2Th20  2Th21 2Th22 

ready for a "Carrera" livery...

 


Done by specialist John

 

 

 2Th24   2TH23

 

  

 

 


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Obviously the 964 exhaust was too big
for the new rear (and too quiet)

 

So stainless steel artist Kevin got to work
on the new 
CarGraphic "export sound" exhaust and "Cuprohr"..

 

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                            Custom fitting

 

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Only in need for a nice endpipe

 

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 Like this one!

 

Final fitting.

 

Done... Sounds great too!!!!

 

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Time for a fresh new engine

 


Car at Johan v.d. Gugten Porsche service in Bodegraven, engine rebuild performed by Joeri

 

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     Throttle valve housing > '92
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      Big Reds ready for installation together with steeel brakelines..   
     
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