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About Barney

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    New York
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1996 993 Twin Turbo
  • Future cars
  • Former cars
    Evo8 and Evo9
  1. There is a small ball on the clutch slave cyl.that holds pressure. I replaced mine a year ago and it's fine no matter how long the car sits. It cost $165.00..
  2. Here are the new set of 996 TT Wheels powder coated to look like the finish on the M5 BMW....
  3. You can buy the Ballist starter.. The starter was the problem on mine. # 1 307 329 019 944 566 14. These are the numbers on the starter, Its a Bosch.
  4. Well after all of that performance work and upping the boost, it looks like the clutch is going away.. My 993 with similar mods looks to have the same problem. Not all the time..
  5. Here is a photo of my new toy...since the photo I have installed PSS9 springs and shocks and changed the exhaust to Fabspeed. I love it.....
  6. I have 1996 TT and had the same problem.... Tony Callis Racing in Califoria has a kit with all new lines and check valves that worked GREAT !!! NO SMOKE... He raced these cars back in 1996 and saw the problem. Back then he fixed the problem with his kit.
  7. Mine had the same problemm. I took out the door switches and cleaned them Also the front trunk latch turns on the inside lights.
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