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  1. http://rennlist.com/forums/996-forum/672370-engine-rebuild-part-3-the-finale-7.html
  2. Anyone know what type of sealant this green stuff is?
  3. Widening your track is a basic competition change made to many cars when raced. A wider track will lower the roll center therefore reducing understeer. A wider track will also reduce the load transfer to the 'outside' tire which will reduce the loss of grip from the 'inside' tire. Look at the history of Porsche base models to their evolved cousins... 924 > 944, Carrera > GT3RS, etc. Now unless you are tracking the car you probably wont notice the difference. However if you are tracking (or racing) the car, every incremental step toward an optimum setup is a step worth taking.
  4. Is there a "shadetree" method to determining if the resonance flap on the 996 intake is opening at the correct RPM? I can test the solenoid that triggers the vacuum but I want to know if the flap is actually opening @ the correct RPM.
  5. >> it looks like the throttle body is jamming or something. This would be independent of RPM. Don't tear it apart yet.
  6. It may depend on where you plan to move. The easiest changes will be those related to emissions. Every state has different requirements that need to be met. In fact, here in PA even different counties have different requirements. I'm no expert but other than emissions, I think that by 2003 Porsche was building the cars all about the same. So things like safety glass, bumpers, etc. should all be the same.
  7. 88k ... just pulled the original 3.4L engine last month after finishing my LNE / JE / Carrillo etc build. The new motor is in the car. After inspecting the old 3.4L, the only signs of wear I see are on the 1-3 cam gears & lobes. This was due to an intermittently failing Variocam solenoid that was left un-repaired for a few years. The RMS had started leaking but the IMS was in good shape for its age.
  8. Thanks Loren, I was wondering why there was a TPS on the pedal in my car which has a cable throttle. You would think Porsche would have had a non-egas pedal designed for the early Boxster and 996. Regarding the cable routing, I was more looking for info on how it lays over the top and back of the engine and down past the gearbox. But no worries, I finally figured it out tonight. It is VERY specific about where it is routed or it gets too short. You have to fish it though the coil on the clutch slave line or else it bends too far to the side and takes up too much slack. Then clip it into
  9. Hello, I'm looking for a Diagram or Info on routing the throttle cable? Recently had the engine out and upon reinstalling I'm finding the tab where the rear cable section (to engine) connects to the front cable section (to cockpit) doesn't have quite enough slack. If I reassemble correctly it keeps the throttle plate cracked open resulting in a 3000 RPM Idle! LOL I have the Porsche factory PDFs that are floating around but have yet to see the cable routing & adjusting info. Currently I have the cable routed up over the manifolds and down the back next to the trans. Technically its
  10. Thanks Loren, Just out of curiousity, do you know where the engine compartment temp is measured? - Bill
  11. OK So I just installed an mk1 Aerokit rear wing onto my '99 996 C2. Looks great, but looks are not everything. I bought this to balance out the aero with the rest of the mk1 aerokit already installed. I instruct at the local track and am hoping this gives a bit more high speed stability at over 100mph. Anyway, I was told by the previous owner that the C2 OE wing harness will swap over. It does not. The C2 harness has additional wiring for the wing motor and 4th brake light and most importantly the position sensor wires are permanently attached to the wing motor gearing. So since my
  12. Can anyone ID this GT3 engine part for me? http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/9wSzc...feat=directlink http://picasaweb.google.com/bsulouff/DropB...466587418726738 Looking for the torque spec on it also.
  13. Well then don't read this cause I have 2 more. :( Last week a buddy of mine put his car in gear after idling for a few minutes... immediately he heard a scraping sound... He called me over and tried to start it...I said "timing chain just broke"... we had it towed. Turned out to be the intermediate shaft. Now here is the kicker. It is a 2005 C2S with less than 8000 miles! Meticulously cared for and serviced. At the dealer the service manager turned the ignition and immediately said... "order a motor, this is toast" No investigation labor BS. Motor arrives Thursday and will be in sh
  14. That's a different type of solution than what I was talking about. You use steel nuts with these.
  15. www.apexcompetition.com These guys make stud conversion kits used by some 996 & 997 Koni Cup teams.
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