G50 Getriebe im 911 C1 3,2

  • Hallo,


    hoffe einer von Euch kann mir sagen ab wann (genaues Bj/ Fhzg.Nummer etc.) im 911 C1 3,2 g50 Getriebe verwendet wurden, oder wie ich es am einfachsten erkenne ob ein solches verbaut wurde.


    Weiterhin, wo finde ich die Motornummer oder woran erkennt man am schnellsten, daß der Motor eine Motronic hat (von wegen Kat-Nachrüstung) ?


    Danke und Gruß


    Simon

  • .... na das ist ganz einfach: ab Modell 1987 (d.h. ab 8/1986) sind die 911er mit dem G50-Getriebe ausgerüstet. Das erkennt man an am Rückwärtsgang-einlegen "vorn links", das Vorgängergetriebe Rückwärtsgang "hinten rechts". Und ab 1986 sind die 911er für den Einbau eines Kat. vorgerüstet (Kabelbaum etc.) - wars das?
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    olaf
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  • Danke Olaf,


    mein Problem ist, daß Cargraphic ab Motornummer 63G00001 udn Bj86 kein Steuergerät mehr mitliefert. Das macht die Sache billiger. Die reine Bj. Angabe ist mir jedoch zu unsicher. Drum würde ich gerne wissen, wo ich die Motornr. finde !


    Gruß


    Simon

  • Von "Buyer's Guide" auf meiner Seite:


    ....While you are looking into the engine compartment you must also take a look at the engine number. The engine number contains the same model year letter code as the chassis number (goes for the 1980ties cars). If the chassis number contains an E the engine number should also contain an E (if not the engine is from another model year). The engine number can be found on the engine block in the area under the characteristic airblower fan.


    ...1984-1989


    The Carrera name returns. The 911 Carrera is now the base model 911. A new 3.2 liter engine comes along with 231 HP. This is probably the best engine ever because of the good combination of power, reliability, economy and driveablity. The 3.2 runs on 98 octane fuel like the last SCs did. It has hydraulic timing chain tensioners and thereby put an end to a weak point in the 911 history. The engine has DME electronically controlled ignition and injection system. The electronic control box is located under the driver’s seat. DME control improves the driveability and fuel economy. The 3.2 engine looks a lot different to the earlier 911 engines. The new manifolds are very characteristic and makes it easy to recognise a 3.2 liter engine. The brakes are thicker and better, the ventilation system is improved, the equipment is better and the performance is very good. In 1985 the old 3 spoke steering wheel is replaced with a 4 spoke steering wheel. Also the seats are changed and now have higher back rests. The radio antenna is incorporated in the windshield and makes it easy to spot a 1985 or newer model (no antenna in the front fender). In 1986 the Carrera becomes available with catalytic converter. This lowers the HP to 217. On non european markets the Carrera already had a catalytic converter in 1984. Here the HP was 207. With the 1986 model year the gearchange was improved and the gear lever travel was shortened. Again the ventilation system was improved. This time with extra air outlets in the outer sides of the dashboard. In 1987 something big happens. The old 915 gearbox is replaced with the all new G50 gearbox. This also means that the old cable operated clutch is replaced with a hydraulic clutch. This new gearbox is easier to use and the hydraulic clutch is a bit less demanding than the earlier clutch (which was a bit heavy). Overall the driving pleasure is enhanced. In 1989 the Carrera is only available with the 217 HP catalytic converter specification. The 1989 Carrera is considered by many to be the last of the real 911s. Later models have much more electronic equipment and a more modern look. In 1989 the Turbo finally gets a five speed gearbox. The earlier Turbos were only available with a 4 speed gearbox. This model year also present us to the new type of 911. The 911 Carrera 4 (internal Porsche model name 964). The Carrera 4 was more aerodynamic, had far more electronic gadgets, a new suspension with traditional springs and most interesting; 4 wheel drive. The engine was a 3.6 liter with twin spark plugs and a HP output of 250.

  • ... Hi,,,,
    der Buchstabe G in der Motornummer 63G... steht für G-Serie (Fahrgestellnr. dieser Serie auch mit G also WPOZZZ91ZGS...), Modell 1986, d.h. Erstzulassung v. 8/85 bis 7/86.
    Dann kommt die H-serie mit der Motornr. 63H... (Fahrgestellnr. WPOZZZ91ZHS...), d.h. Fahrzeuge mit Erstzulassung v. 8/86 bis 7/87, das Modell 1987.
    Und: bis zur G-Serie stehen die Carrera mit der amtl. Bezeichnung "911 SC" im Fahrzeugbrief, ab Modell 1987 ist die amtl. Bezeichnung nur "911". Die Verkaufsbezeichung war hingegen immer 911 Carrera 3.2.
    Und der Buchtipp: 'Porsche 911 DAS ORIGINAL' ISBN 3-89365-462-3 Peter Morgan, Heel Verlag
    ... da findest Du alle Tabellen ...
    Grüße
    olaf www.dialog-911.de
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    Grüße
    Olaf


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