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Everything posted by Ike84

  1. WD40 specialist dry lube - its a ptfe (goretex) based spray. you can usually find it at walmart. I had issues with my door ad ignition tumblers but that fixed it right up. you may want to squirt some carb cleaner (dont get it on the paint) to loosen up any gunk inside first).
  2. Ok, question about fuel injectors. Part numbers for 986 up to MY2000 are different for MY2001+. I think this is the same year that the fuel rails went returnless. Does anyone know the difference between the pre and post 2000 injectors? It looks like they probably have same flow capacity but I wonder if they are pintle vs 4 head? The cost difference is insane ($100 rebuilt vs $34 new) for old vs new style and I am wondering if they are interchangable. The wiring harness hookup looks the same, but body of injectors are slightly different. Anyone out there looked into this already, or maybe had a
  3. You may want to get on Amazon and but a pair of DB killers. TTGator on 986forum added them to an aftermarket muffler and it helped immensely. I'm not sure about the weight being the only favorite with drone. I drilled through the baffle plates to bypass the stock muffler chambers and got a drone (without changing weight). I think the last issue is acoustical resonance, which is only eliminated by running the exhaust through a boat anchor of a muffler! Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  4. Disc you install coil overs? If so, it may be where the coil meets the top or bottom mount. I had a similar issue when I installed my godspeed maxx setup. OEM strut mounts are buzzfeed to prevent slipping of the spring, something that my coilovers did not have. I increased the preload on that coilover by 2 mm and then greased the contract points with silicone spray, hasn't come back since. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
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