Projekt Mjølner: the hammer of Thor is a Porsche 911 Turbo not suitable for all audiences

D-Zug is a Porsche workshop located in the United States trying to follow in the footsteps of Singer Vehicle Design. In the sense that perform high-flying preparations for classic Porsche, with the goal of bringing its dynamics and refinement to the next level. Perhaps in the case of D-Zug we not speak of refinement, but I can assure you that Projekt Mjølner is not a low-level preparation. Is a Frankenstein in which the best Porsche racing mixed with the unmatched foundation which is a Porsche 930 Turbo .

Improving classical purity?

The giant rear wing comes from a Porsche 935, also known as “Moby Dick”.

The Projekt Mjølner began his days as a Porsche 930 Turbo. The first thing they did was in this workshop are assembling front of a Porsche 911 2.1 RSR competition , extremely low and wide. A Porsche 3.0 RSR is of who inherited his steps front and rear wheel, and the fantastic Porsche 935/76 has inherited the huge rear spoiler and the bumper. An outside directly derived from the best of Porsche racing history, adorned with a shiny black paint.

Projekt Mjølner The name refers to Mjolnir, the hammer of Thor according to Norse mythology. And clearly it is a car capable of leaving us sitting in a hammer: Look at your tires Forgline. The front are 18-inch tires wrapped in 265 mm section. But the rear tires amazes us almost unreal measures: 355 mm section, mounted on 19-inch wheels . Mechanical and dynamically, is a far cry from the Porsche 930 Turbo 300 hp 1986 in which it is based car.

is on sale for $ 108,950, a fair price for this spectacular Frankenstein.

The suspension is formed by coilovers Bilstein but and its suspension arms come stabilizer bars both hub parts Porsche 2.1 RSR and 935 . The boys of D-Zug could have resorted to a 100% handmade, but preferred to stay home all by equipping Porsche parts. Regarding the engine, all that remains of the original air-cooled propeller could say that is the block. For starters, its displacement has been increased to 3.5 liters.

Your Mahle pistons are forged, and now employs a pair of turbochargers Garrett GT-30 mounted in series. Their heads are from a racing Porsche 935, its ciguüeñal has been extracted from a Porsche 993 Turbo. Although still air-cooled electronic injection is – courtesy of MSI – and has a pair of relief valves 50 mm. The result is a maximum output of no less than 607 hp . 607 hp pass without filters or electronic aid to the rear axle via a manual gearbox.

The interior of Projekt Mjølner is no less impressive. The instrumentation has been modified racing watches and installed bacquets carbon fiber.

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