1982 Porsche 911 SC


This 1982 Porsche 911SC coupe is powered by a twin-plug 3.8-liter flat-six linked with a Type 915 five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. Equipment includes a custom exhaust system, a Steve Wong chip, a front-mount oil cooler, adjustable torsion bars, 930 Turbo brakes, 15″ Group 4 wheels, H4 headlights, steel fender flares, a sunroof, a rear spoiler, aftermarket sport seats, a harness bar, a MOMO steering wheel, and a JWest Engineering Rennshift shifter. Service in May 2022 included installing Bilstein shocks and replacing the tie rod ends and sway bar bushings.

The body was modified with steel 930 Turbo-style front and rear fenders, aftermarket fiberglass bumpers, and a rear spoiler before being refinished in black in April 2023. Additional equipment includes a sunroof, H4 headlights, Vitaloni Californian dual side mirrors, black trim, and dual exhaust outlets.

Staggered-width 15″ Group 4 wheels are finished in gold and wrapped in front Toyo Proxes RA1 and rear Nitto NT555R tires. Braking is handled by 930 Turbo-sourced calipers over cross-drilled and vented rotors. In May 2022, the suspension was fitted with Bilstein shocks and rear helper springs, and additional suspension components include the following:

  • Rebel Racing RSR-style spring plate bushings
  • Powdercoated control arms
  • Elephant Racing ball joints
  • Elephant Racing bump steer kit
  • 930 Turbo rear torsion bars
  • 930 Turbo tie rod ends
  • Replacement upper shock mount bushings

The aftermarket sport seats are upholstered in black cloth with Tartan inserts. The footwells are protected by Porsche 911SC-branded floor mats, and additional amenities include an aftermarket harness bar, a JWest Engineering Rennshift shifter, a 917-style shift knob, power windows, RS-style door panels, and metal pedal covers.

A three-spoke MOMO steering wheel features a yellow centering stripe and frames replacement VDO instrumentation consisting of a central tachometer with a 6,250-rpm redline as well as a 170-mph speedometer, an analog clock, and combination gauges.

The air-cooled flat-six was built to 3.8 liters by Torque Power Engines of Reno, California in 2019, and the following components were installed:

  • Clevite coated bearings
  • 3.8L stroker crankshaft
  • Pauter connecting rods
  • Honed cylinders
  • JE pistons with 10.0:1 compression
  • Low-tension piston ring set
  • Ported heads with machined head seals
  • Multi-angle race valve job
  • Exhaust valve guides
  • Steel exhaust valves
  • +1mm intake valves
  • Custom camshafts
  • Blueprinted oil pump
  • Timing chains
  • Rebel Racing engine mounts
  • Twin-plug ignition system
  • Gold-finished fan and intake manifold
  • Cone-style air intake
  • Front-mount oil cooler with Elephant Racing brass lines
  • Custom exhaust system
  • Steve Wong chip

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Type 915 five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential.



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