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  1. Need clearance for engine removal 1995 993. This would be dimension from floor to bottom of car. Thankx!!!
  2. What about mentioning JDSPorsche diagnostic tester?Or the Bosch KTS-301? either one is less than $3000. Have you looked at these tools? I have the Porsche 911(993) 1995 and I would like your opinion on the two of them. By the way,the site is "www.jdsporsche.com".
  3. Durametric is OK for reading and/or clearing emission faults. It lacks the diagnosis of components on the Porshe to test the part on the car before removing. The is the true backbone of an diagnostic tool---which Duramertic lacks. Just my 2cents.
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