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    Porsche motors are going to be a huge pain to organize

    Just have been working on PorscheBoost lately and I can't really seem to figure out how to organize the motors. I don't know why more companies don't make it easy like BMW and even Mercedes does to an extent. It's going to be a challenge, that is for sure.

    Just look at this:


    Eng.Type cc Cyls Year Code Model
    021 1,8L 4 1974 AN0 Porsche 914-1,8V
    022 1,7L 4 1970 W0 Porsche 914
    039 2,0L 4 1973 GB0 Porsche 914-2,0
    047.4 2,0L 4 1977 XG Porsche 924 (USA)(CDN)
    047.5 2,0L 4 1977 XE Porsche 924 M249 (CAL)
    047.6 2,0L 4 1977 XF Porsche 924 (CAL)(J)
    047.8 2,0L 4 1980 XK Porsche 924
    047.9 2,0L 4 1980 XK Porsche 924 M249
    047.E 2,0L 4 1981 VC Porsche 924 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    047.F 2,0L 4 1981 VC Porsche 924 M249 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    047E 2,0L 4 1980 VC Porsche 924 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    047F 2,0L 4 1980 VC Porsche 924 M249 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    369 1,1L 4 1950 00 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO
    506 1,3L 4 1951 01 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO
    506/1 1,3L 4 1954 21 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    506/2 1,3L 4 1955 22 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    508 1,3L 4 1952 20 Porsche 356 COUPE
    527 1,5L 4 1952 30 Porsche 356 CABRIO
    528 1,5L 4 1953 40 Porsche 356 CABRIO
    528/2 1,5L 4 1955 41 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    546 1,5L 4 1953 30 Porsche 356 COUPE
    546/2 1,5L 4 1955 33 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    547/1 1,6L 4 1956 P9 Porsche 356 A CARRERA GS
    587/1 2,0L 4 1962 P9 Porsche 356 B CARRERA GS
    587/2 2,0L 4 1963 P9 Porsche 356 B CARRERA GS/GT
    589 1,3L 4 1954 50 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    589/2 1,3L 4 1955 50 Porsche 356 COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    616/1 1,6L 4 1956 60 Porsche 356 A COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    616/12 1,6L 4 1962 70 Porsche 356 B COUPE/CABRIO/ROADSTER
    616/15 1,6L 4 1964 73 Porsche 356 C COUPE -KARMANN-
    616/16 1,6L 4 1964 82 Porsche 356 C COUPE -KARMANN-
    616/2 1,6L 4 1956 80 Porsche 356 A COUPE/CABRIO/SPEEDSTER
    616/7 1,6L 4 1960 80 Porsche 356 B COUPE/CABRIO/ROADSTER
    692/0 1,6L 4 1959 P9 Porsche 356 A CARRERA GT
    692/1 1,6L 4 1959 P9 Porsche 356 A CARRERA GT
    692/2 1,6L 4 1959 P9 Porsche 356 A CARRERA GS
    692/3 1,6L 4 1960 P9 Porsche 356 B CARRERA GT
    692/3A 1,6L 4 1961 P9 Porsche 356 B CARRERA GT/ABARTH GLT
    901.36 2,0L 6 1970 640 Porsche 914-6
    901.37 2,0L 6 1970 640 Porsche 914-6 SPM
    901.38 2,0L 6 1970 640 Porsche 914-6 (USA)
    901.39 2,0L 6 1970 640 Porsche 914-6 (USA) SPM
    911.41 2,7L 6 1975 615 Porsche 911
    911.42 2,7L 6 1975 635 Porsche 911S
    911.43 2,7L 6 1975 645 Porsche 911S CARRERA (USA)(CDN)
    911.44 2,7L 6 1975 655 Porsche 911S CARRERA (CAL)
    911.46 2,7L 6 1975 615 Porsche 911 SPM
    911.47 2,7L 6 1975 635 Porsche 911S SPM
    911.48 2,7L 6 1975 645 Porsche 911S CARRERA SPM (USA)(CDN)
    911.49 2,7L 6 1975 655 Porsche 911S CARRERA SPM (CAL)
    911.81 2,7L 6 1976 636 Porsche 911
    911.82 2,7L 6 1976 646 Porsche 911S (USA)(CDN)
    911.83 2,7L 6 1974 664 Porsche 911 CARRERA 2.7
    911.84 2,7L 6 1976 656 Porsche 911S (CAL)
    911.85 2,7L 6 1977 627 Porsche 911S (USA)(CDN)
    911.86 2,7L 6 1976 636 Porsche 911 SPM
    911.89 2,7L 6 1976 656 Porsche 911S SPM (USA)(CDN)
    911.90 2,7L 6 1977 627 Porsche 911S SPM (USA)(CDN)
    911.92 2,7L 6 1974 614 Porsche 911
    911.93 2,7L 6 1974 634 Porsche 911 CARRERA (USA)(CDN)
    911.94 2,7L 6 1977 617 Porsche 911S (J)
    911.97 2,7L 6 1974 614 Porsche 911 SPM
    911.98 2,7L 6 1974 634 Porsche 911 CARRERA SPM (USA)(CDN)
    911.99 2,7L 6 1977 617 Porsche 911S SPM (J)
    923.02 2,0L 4 1976 406 Porsche 912E
    930.02 3,0L 6 1976 666 Porsche 911 CARRERA 3.0
    930.03 3,0L 6 1978 638 Porsche 911 SC
    930.04 3,0L 6 1978 628 Porsche 911 SC (USA)(CDN)
    930.05 3,0L 6 1978 618 Porsche 911 SC (J)
    930.06 3,0L 6 1978 658 Porsche 911 SC (CAL)
    930.07 3,0L 6 1980 640 Porsche 911 SC (USA)(CDN)
    930.08 3,0L 6 1980 630 Porsche 911 SC (J)
    930.09 3,0L 6 1980 630 Porsche 911 SC
    930.10 3,0L 6 1981 631 Porsche 911 SC
    930.12 3,0L 6 1976 666 Porsche 911 CARRERA 3.0 SPM
    930.13 3,0L 6 1978 638 Porsche 911 SC SPM
    930.15 3,0L 6 1978 618 Porsche 911 SC SPM
    930.16 3,0L 6 1981 641 Porsche 911 SC (USA)(CDN)
    930.17 3,0L 6 1981 631 Porsche 911 SC (J)
    930.19 3,0L 6 1980 630 Porsche 911 SPM
    930.20 3,2L 6 1984 63E Porsche 911 CARRERA
    930.21 3,2L 6 1984 64E Porsche 911 CARRERA (USA)(CDN)(J)
    930.25 3,2L 6 1987 64H Porsche 911 CARRERA KATALYSATOR
    930.26 3,2L 6 1985 63F Porsche 911 CARRERA (AUS)(S)(CH)
    930.50 3,0L 6 1975 675 Porsche 911 TURBO
    930.51 3,0L 6 1976 686 Porsche 911 TURBO CARRERA (USA)(CDN)
    930.52 3,0L 6 1976 676 Porsche 911 TURBO
    930.53 3,0L 6 1977 687 Porsche 911 TURBO CARRERA (USA)(CDN)
    930.54 3,0L 6 1977 677 Porsche 911 TURBO (J)
    930.60 3,3L 6 1978 678 Porsche 911 TURBO
    930.61 3,3L 6 1978 688 Porsche 911 TURBO (USA)(CDN)
    930.62 3,3L 6 1978 678 Porsche 911 TURBO
    930.63 3,3L 6 1978 688 Porsche 911 TURBO (CAL)
    930.64 3,3L 6 1979 689 Porsche 911 TURBO (USA)(CDN)
    930.65 3,3L 6 1979 679 Porsche 911 TURBO (J)
    930.66 3,3L 6 1983 67D Porsche 911 TURBO
    930.68 3,3L 6 1986 68G Porsche 911 TURBO (USA)
    959.50 2,8L 6 1987 65H Porsche 959 COUPE
    M28.01 4,5L 8 1979 819 Porsche 928
    M28.02 4,5L 8 1978 818 Porsche 928 M249
    M28.03 4,5L 8 1978 828 Porsche 928 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M28.04 4,5L 8 1978 828 Porsche 928 M249 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M28.09 4,5L 8 1980 800 Porsche 928
    M28.10 4,5L 8 1980 800 Porsche 928 M249
    M28.11 4,7L 8 1980 820 Porsche 928 S
    M28.12 4,7L 8 1980 820 Porsche 928 S M249
    M28.13 4,5L 8 1980 810 Porsche 928 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M28.14 4,5L 8 1980 810 Porsche 928 M249 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M28.15 4,5L 8 1981 811 Porsche 928 (USA)(CDN)
    M28.16 4,5L 8 1981 811 Porsche 928 M249 (USA)(CDN)
    M28.17 4,5L 8 1981 801 Porsche 928 (J)
    M28.18 4,5L 8 1981 801 Porsche 928 M249 (J)
    M28.19 4,7L 8 1983 81D Porsche 928 S (USA)(CDN)
    M28.20 4,7L 8 1983 81D Porsche 928 S M249 (USA)(CDN)
    M28.21 4,7L 8 1984 82E Porsche 928 S
    M28.22 4,7L 8 1984 82E Porsche 928 S M249
    M28.41 5L 8 1987 81H Porsche 928 S4
    M28.42 5L 8 1987 81H Porsche 928 S4 M249
    M28.43 4,7L 8 1985 81F Porsche 928 S (USA)(CDN)
    M28.44 4,7L 8 1985 81F Porsche 928 S M249 (USA)(CDN)
    M28.45 4,7L 8 1986 89G Porsche 928 S M298
    M28.46 4,7L 8 1986 89G Porsche 928 S (AUS)
    M28.47 5L 8 1989 85K Porsche 928 GT
    M28.49 5,4L 8 1992 85N Porsche 928 GTS
    M28.50 5,4L 8 1992 81N Porsche 928 GTS M249
    M30.69 3.3L 6 1991 61M Porsche 911 TURBO
    M31.01 2,0L 4 1980 00 Porsche 924 TURBO
    M31.02 2,0L 4 1980 00 Porsche 924 TURBO (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M31.03 2,0L 4 1981 00 Porsche 924 TURBO
    M31.04 2,0L 4 1981 00 Porsche 924 TURBO (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M31.50 2,0L 4 1981 00 Porsche 924 CARRERA GT
    M44.01 2,5L 4 1982 41C Porsche 944
    M44.02 2,5L 4 1983 43D Porsche 944 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M44.03 2,5L 4 1982 41C Porsche 944 M249
    M44.04 2,5L 4 1982 43D Porsche 944 M249 (USA)(CDN)(J)
    M44.05 2,5L 4 1985 41F Porsche 944
    M44.06 2,5L 4 1985 41F Porsche 944 M249
    M44.07 2,5L 4 1985 43F Porsche 944
    M44.08 2,5L 4 1985 43F Porsche 944 M249
    M44.09 2,5L 4 1987 46J Porsche 944
    M44.10 2,5L 4 1987 46J Porsche 944 M249
    M44.11 2,7L 4 1989 46K Porsche 944
    M44.12 2,7L 4 1989 46K Porsche 944 M249
    M44.40 2,5L 4 1987 42H Porsche 944 S
    M44.41 3,7L 4 1989 42K Porsche 944 S2
    M44.43 3,0L 4 1992 42N Porsche 968
    M44.44 3,0L 4 1992 42N Porsche 968 M249
    M44.50 2,5L 4 1986 44G Porsche 944 TURBO
    M44.51 2,5L 4 1986 45G Porsche 944 TURBO
    M44.52 2,5L 4 1987 47J Porsche 944 TURBO S
    M64.01 3.6L 6 1989 62K Porsche 911 CARRERA 4
    M64.02 3.6L 6 1990 62L Porsche 911 CARRERA 2 TIPTRONIC
    M64.03 3.6L 6 1992 62N Porsche 911 CARRERA RS
    M64.05 3,6L 6 1994 63R Porsche 911 CARRERA
    M64.06 3,6L 6 1994 63R Porsche 911 CARRERA TIPTRONIC
    M64.07 3,6L 6 1994 64R Porsche 911 CARRERA (USA)(CDN)
    M64.08 3,3L 6 1994 64R Porsche 911 CARRERA TIPTRONIC
    M64.20 3,7L 6 1995 63S Porsche 911 CARRERA RS
    M64.21 3,6L 6 1996 63T Porsche 911 CARRERA
    M64.22 3,6L 6 1996 63T Porsche 911 CARRERA TIPTRONIC
    M64.23 3,6L 6 1996 64T Porsche 911 CARRERA (USA)(CDN)
    M64.24 3,6L 6 1996 64T Porsche 911 CARRERA TIPTRONIC
    M64.50 3.6L 6 1993 61P Porsche 911 TURBO 3.6
    M64.60 3,6L 6 1995 61T Porsche 911 TURBO
    M96.01 3,4L 6 1998 66W Porsche 911 CARRERA
    M96.02 3,4L 6 1999 68X Porsche 911 CARRERA +M620 C4
    M96.03 3,6L 6 2002 662 Porsche 911 CARRERA 2/4 FL
    M96.04 3,4L 6 2000 66Y Porsche 911 CARRERA 2/4
    M96.20 2,5L 6 1997 65V Porsche BOXSTER
    M96.21 3,2L 6 2000 67Y Porsche BOXSTERS
    M96.22 2,7L 6 2000 65Y Porsche BOXSTER
    M96.70 3,6L 6 2001 641 Porsche 911 TURBO
    M96.76 3,6L 6 2000 63Y Porsche 911 GT3

    What a freaking mess...

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    LMFAO, goodluck! I hope you get paid fat for this job. OUCH
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    LMFAO, goodluck! I hope you get paid fat for this job. OUCH
    It would be hard work but luckily the community is filled with people that never fight or make it difficult, so, just smooth sailing 24/7.

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    Porsche General News Section

    Classics
    Section
    All Porsche (pre-1990) section

    911 993 Section
    911 993 N/A Section
    911 993 Turbo Section
    911 993 GT Section (this one probably not worth it since they were not release in America, eh...)

    911 996 Section
    911 996 N/A Section
    911 996 Turbo
    911 996 GT Section

    911 997 Section
    911 997 N/A
    911 997 Turbo Section
    911 997 GT Section

    Carrera GT/918 Section

    Porsche Race cars (Old & Current)

    Cayenne N/A & Turbo Section

    Panamera N/A & Turbo Section

    Wont really need anything else... I see the want to classify per engine like the other Manufacturers, but hell, they change the engine names and engines every 2-3 years Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GT3 Click here to enlarge
    Porsche General News

    Classics

    All Porsche (pre-1990) section

    911 993 Section
    911 993 N/A Section
    911 993 Turbo Section
    911 993 GT Section (this one probably not worth it since they were not release in America, eh...)

    911 996 Section
    911 996 N/A Section
    911 996 Turbo
    911 996 GT Section

    911 997 Section
    911 997 N/A
    911 997 Turbo Section
    911 997 GT Section

    Carrera GT/918 Section

    Porsche Race cars (Old & Current)

    Cayenne N/A & Turbo Section

    Panamera N/A & Turbo Section

    Wont really need anything else... I see the want to classify per engine like the other Manufacturers, but hell, they change the engine names and engines every 2-3 years Click here to enlarge
    I have Porsche general down.

    Then I was thinking 911, Cayenne, Panamera, Boxster/Cayman, would be sorted by prefixes. So, 911 section has 993, 996, 997, etc., prefixes. Cayene has 955, 957, etc.

    The problem is really the motors as I don't want to break the setup we have for BenzBoost and BimmerBoost which works very well.

    Seriously, $#@! Porsche and their 5 billion engines.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    It would be hard work but luckily the community is filled with people that never fight or make it difficult, so, just smooth sailing 24/7.
    Luckily for you, I've been too busy lately to be here much recently Click here to enlarge
    New P-Car on the way Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I have Porsche general down.

    Then I was thinking 911, Cayenne, Panamera, Boxster/Cayman, would be sorted by prefixes. So, 911 section has 993, 996, 997, etc., prefixes. Cayene has 955, 957, etc.

    The problem is really the motors as I don't want to break the setup we have for BenzBoost and BimmerBoost which works very well.

    Seriously, $#@! Porsche and their 5 billion engines.
    $#@!, I forgot about the Caymans and Boxters... Ehh... $#@!'em... who the hell needs them anyways Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GT3 Click here to enlarge
    Luckily for you, I've been too busy lately to be here much recently Click here to enlarge
    New P-Car on the way Click here to enlarge
    Congrats, so I better get cracking on PorscheBoost to figure out how to set it up for you.

    GT2?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Seriously, $#@! Porsche and their 5 billion engines.
    Yep..thats what happens when America goes, $#@! you and your polluting cars, and Porsche goes ok, here is a wimpy 2.2 smogged to death that makes 110hp. While the rest of the world (ROW) cars get 2.2 High compression 210hp monsters.

    Twas the 1970s...bad time if you wanted a Porsche but didnt want to pay through the nose in luxury/guzzler tax for owning a 930 turbo.

    Oh sticky here are a few other chassis numbers to add to the list..
    944- 1982-1991
    951- 944 Turbo 1985-1992(Limited edition Turbo S Convertible not sold in US, only produced in 1991 Iwith 500 copies)
    924- 1976-1988
    911- 1976(ish)-1988
    912- 911 w/4 cylinder (forget years, was only like 2)
    930- 911 Turbo (1975ish)-1988
    964- 1989-1994
    965- 911 Turbo (1990-1993, used same engine as 930 ironically)
    993- 1995-1998 (last aircooled)
    996- 1999-2004
    997.1- 2004.5-2008
    997.2- 2008.5-present

    DD GT3 can correct me if Im wrong on any of the years if that matters. I have plenty of pics I can post up.
    Last edited by Itsbrokeagain; 05-13-2011 at 12:01 AM.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Congrats, so I better get cracking on PorscheBoost to figure out how to set it up for you.
    Thanks...

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    GT2?
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    Congrats, go ahead and post some details up so I can at least start testing: http://www.porscheboost.com/forumdisplay.php?371-911

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GT3 Click here to enlarge
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    ohh shizzle..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Congrats, go ahead and post some details up so I can at least start testing: http://www.porscheboost.com/forumdisplay.php?371-911
    All I'll can say, is that, I was going to jew-jitsu it with a 996 GT2, but...

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    that guy drjitsu does have one bad ass gt2.. I believe he has some 3076's too. 800rwhp yes please!
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    Sticky,you could always have Divexxtreme help you sort it out....

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oldgixxer Click here to enlarge
    Sticky,you could always have Divexxtreme help you sort it out....

    LMFAO!!Click here to enlarge
    I'm counting on it: http://www.porscheboost.com/showthre...081#post146081

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    Check it out guys, I have the general layout done but need to still do the prefixes: http://www.porscheboost.com/forum.php

    Let me know what you think, I believe that is the best way to do it.

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    How are you guys liking the green scheme btw?

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    Somebody take a look at how PorscheBoost.com is coming together please so I can get some feedback. Official launch should be this week.

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    looking good, but don't you think it's a little soon ? you know i'm afraid it's going to be the next AudiBoost.
    first send Divexxtrene a personal invitation Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    looking good, but don't you think it's a little soon ? you know i'm afraid it's going to be the next AudiBoost.
    first send Divexxtrene a personal invitation Click here to enlarge
    No, not really. Porsche is going to be way more fun than Audi and it's not too soon to have a front page up. It will populate over time. Better to have it all set and ready to go than put it up too late. Got to start sometime Click here to enlarge

    I know AudiBoost needs work but that is also because it needs to combine with vwboost.com for full effect.

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