Animals attack my Ferrari (it breaks) on a trip to plan my Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 Turbo Project

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  • Hoovies Garage

    Be sure to follow Leonard for awesome Porsche content, and my Carrera build. What should I do?

  • Car Wizard
    Car Wizard  +192

    More animal action please.

  • David Wilson

    Turbo in a narrow body was good enough for RuF with their CTR / “Yellowbird”, so good enough for a Hoovie… Keep the motor!

  • Nichole
    Nichole  +350

    NA for streetability and comfort. Turbo to remain honest to the car’s heritage.

  • Switz
    Switz  +53

    Keep the Turbo for now, have the wizard get it running right and try it out before the restoration. Might make it easier to decide

  • DaBaltimoron

    I feel like the turbo engine is part of what makes the car, and its story, unique and special.

  • Muskoka Mike

    1) I loathed the duck tail when it came out and still do. It looks like they ran out to walmart and bought one.

  • Random Surfer

    For the motor choice, it depends how much you want to scare yourself, if you want adrenaline, keep the turbo engine, if you want smoother and more enjoyable drive and sound, then the NA engine

  • SCcarguy
    SCcarguy  +84

    I think it’s so far from stock you do with it what you like. Make it less race car so your comfortable in it, but keep the motor would be my vote.

  • MrVolksbeetle

    If you keep the Crush turbo, upgrade to fuel injection and a stand alone ECM. Personally, I think you've done the best thing you can do with cramming a V8 in Apollo 911. That being said, there's been a lot of work and progress on turbos over the years. I think the correct engine management/FI setup and a modern turbo (variable scroll? or twins?) can help the somewhat all-or-nothing experience be a bit less trying to kill you any time you get close to the happy pedal and more of just maiming you some of the time (with more happy pedal usage).

  • Super 64
    Super 64  +72

    I always liked the idea of a NA engine that can hang at 9k all day long over a turbo engine.

  • AuthEnthuse

    I am so happy to see this channel grow and go from success to success and wish you all the best!

  • Ser SwordSnuggler

    I would've never put the Turbo engine in myself, but now that it's in already I'd keep it. Such a good excuse for a good story and a good excuse for a crazy car. You gotta ask yourself though: "Will I drive a car with such a crazy setup?" cause it stood still for ages, it deserves to be driven now.

  • JJ Legend
    JJ Legend  +45

    Loved the intro!! I know its a car channel, but it's wholesome seeing you include family outtings with the cars!!

  • Alex Beras

    As an owner of an 88 3.2 Carrera, I love the naturally aspirated “feel” as the power comes on gradually! You can’t go wrong either way, but in terms of power predictability, building a naturally aspirated motor would be more enjoyable.

  • Kostas Nls

    Hoovie is making some solid purchases lately, really interested where this channel is gonna head it 🤔

  • Saab_lyfe190

    Keep the turbo and the wing. Get an updated ignition and timing system like the Ferrari and set up a boost by gear controller. You'll be screaming with joy all the way to 5th gear at WOT... 😊

  • Martyboy Partyboy

    I'd keep the turbo. It's so iconic, you can't let that go. You've got plenty of old-school cars with carbs to enjoy.

  • Alex Beras

    As an owner of an 88 3.2 Carrera, I love the naturally aspirated “feel” as the power comes on gradually! You can’t go wrong either way, but in terms of power predictability, building a naturally aspirated motor would be more enjoyable.

  • JohnnyNr5
    JohnnyNr5  +44

    I can see how the Turbo has appeal in a straight line, waiting for the turbo to spool up and give you a push. ..but for a driver's car i'd go N/A without a shadow of a doubt. I want response, linearity and the sound of a higher reving engine. Whatever direction you choose: SUCH a cool car, and i absolutely love that orange. Excited for this one :)