917 rcr

#1
Hello guys,

Yes I know it's an old thing, and everybody here are only interested in SLC....(or maybe GT40...)

I have few questions:
- does anyone have done some track test with the RCR917 ?
any track report ?

- on previous version (RCR old websaite) there was some front and rear adjustable swaybar, is it still available as an option ? is it possible to install them afterwards ?

I wanted to know what is the last space frame version of the RCR917.
this one :


or this one :



both of them are RCR 917. but the last one has a more complete rear space frame. Is it normal version ? Is it an option ? is it done by the owner of the car ?



Santa may come on 25th.....
 
#4


luggage....in a 917 ...... :drunk:
Yes, luggage.....
It was mandatory as well as a spare wheel to be able to race in "Sport" categorie.... and then to be able to have a 5.0L engine.

But I do agree, the size is ridiculous.... how to deal with rules.....Porsche is a specialist... (like the GT1, and the last mid engine 991 RSR)
 

Alex

Active Member
#6
That’s turning out quite nice Alex. Are you planning on running Evans coolant?
correction - turned out quite nice :)

now if only the exchange would go back to 1-1 I could order a P4 and get back to building.

no need for any special coolant - I have 2 monster radiators in the rear and 1 LOL radiator in the front .... fans ~9000CFM total. Holds ~32 litres of coolant but 0 issues with cooling - fans easily it keep it under control at idle and at speed plenty of air

 

Randy V

Administrator
#8
correction - turned out quite nice :)

now if only the exchange would go back to 1-1 I could order a P4 and get back to building.

no need for any special coolant - I have 2 monster radiators in the rear and 1 LOL radiator in the front .... fans ~9000CFM total. Holds ~32 litres of coolant but 0 issues with cooling - fans easily it keep it under control at idle and at speed plenty of air

Very nice indeed... I don’t recall you sharing much with us on the 917 so was not aware of a front radiator. Still - using Evans is a good idea for a high dollar engine..
 
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