Its in Dutch but you are Dutch I guess...di you read this? it seems those guys do in 906 tooHi Chris,
Iám also looking for a 906 body can you inform me about the progress on the molds
THanks Bob for postingFantastic can't wait to follow progress. How do you get all the pushrods up to the valves for the four cylinders?
Am sure a couple of 3.2ltr flat six`s could be put together, would need a lot of custom bits and bobs making for it mind, that can be my next project!!If only. That would be something to behold and make buying a 917 kit a must!
So frankly, my bank manager is hoping that no one ever does it!!
My favorite line from that thread:
I don't know if this is of any interest but I have started to make a flat 8 engine for a 908 replica by wire cutting two 2.6 6 cyl crank cases and welding them to make an 8 cyl crank case. Case now welded and we are setting up to line bore and surface the decks prior to crankshaft manufacture.