...."A long-time friend of mine, Paul Lima, put together an 1,883cc engine for his Roadster and just loved it. The main changes were to open the spig-ots for the barrels and head work. But, pushing the envelope a bit, he put together a 2,011cc engine using Pit Schweiger's billet aluminum machined heads.
Check out Pit at JPSaircooled.com.
With this new engine, he describes driving up to lake Tahoe using the Kingsbury grade (it is steep and twisty) and not having to downshift-just add a little throttle and the car moves out.
"Hungarian start-up Kamm Manufaktur has launched a restomod of the long-maligned four-pot Porsche 912 that tips the scales at just 750kg and has nearly double the original power." ...(www.autocar.co.uk)
"So the 170bhp, 2.0-litre air-cooled flat-four from Switzerland’s JPS Aircooled gives the 912c 227bhp per tonne – shy of the 911R’s 260-odd, but leagues ahead of the 130ish of the contemporary 911S." ...(www.TopGear.com)
Some reports in well-known motorsport magazines:
... and there are many more reports in the media, see for yourself.
JPS Aircooled Engine in Marco Marinello's Porsche356