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    central california
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1996 TT 993
  1. I'm running about 1.5-1.7 bar boost on my 96 993 TT. There have been occasions where the intercoller hose will blow off of (the intercooler) at full boost. I have replaced the hoses with new "turbo S " hoses and am using "t-bolt" clamps. I have made sure that the intercooler connections are clean and free of oil prior to installing the hoses. Does anyone know of a quality company that will make the tubes in rigid piping? I would like the tubes to be rigid and use silicone sleeves at each end. Any help or thoughts will be greatly appreciated. P.S. I know some of you will say to cut some of the boost pressure which I don't want to do.
  2. I also need the application for my 1996 coupe Google is your friend... http://store.cdoc.com/products.asp?str=800...=DAS+Sport+Bars http://www.automotion.com/productpage.aspx?pid=101836 I clicked the above link and found the roll bar for a cab. Not sure if it will be applicable to my coupe. Thanks for your help. I'll call Das sport in the AM.
  3. I also need the application for my 1996 coupe
  4. I saw the add in "Excellence" for das sport, but unable to view products or prices due to their site being down for construction. Anyone else distribute for their products?
  5. Can anyone help me find a quality (bolt in) roll bar or cage for my 1996 993 TT coupe w/ sunroof? I've been to "Dassports" website and it's down for maintnance. Not sure of what other manufacturers have bolt in applications for my vehicle. Thanks
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