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About PSGT3

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  • From
    Lafayette, Louisiana
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    05' GT3
    88' Carrera
    98 BNW 328I
  1. Thanks, Loren & DC I appreciate it. I searched and searched and only found what I stated earlier. P.S. DC yes I still live in Lafayette...I've been here for nearly 20 years, food is great, especially now that crawfish are back in season and Mardi Gras just around the corner. I'm now an honorary Cajun
  2. The Vin on the body reads 9115400148 the most I could fine was that it was a 1975 w/an original engine of 911/43, 165 hp @ 5800 rpm with only 395 produced....however the engine is a 3.0 S/N *6404085* can anyone decode the engine VIN? Looking to possibly buy this car...but would like some info Thanks, Phil
  3. Yes that is the oil level sender. I assume your oil pressure is fine? Well that was my next question. On my 88' the oil pressure runs approximately 1 bar above the RPM I am running (for example if the car is running 3000 rpm the oil pressure will read approximately 4 bar. On the GT3 once I begin to accelerate it runs @ nearly 5 BAR and right @ 5 if I am running the RPM's up higher (is this normal)? On another note, yesterday I waited until the car cooled off so I could get my arm back to the oil sender connection and was able to remove and replug in the wire connection. I was then ab
  4. Loren, In this PDF is #15 the part we are talking about? snapshot.pdf
  5. Thanks Loren, If it is the sender would that fix both problems? or is there something else causing the OBC not to be able to take the oil level reading.
  6. I have a couple of questions, The other day I was driving the car to New Orleans and during the drive the oil gauge dropped to zero for only a few seconds and the OBC showed insrtument failure and showed the oil can. It did this twice on the way to New orleans and once on the way back home. Everything has been operating normally since. My ? is, is the gauge failing? do these tend to have problems or am I having an oiling problem w/the car? BTW using the oild dipstick the oil is where it should be. 2nd ?, today I tried to get a oil level reading and the OBC said thet it could not get a r
  7. PSGT3

    996 GT3 Mash Note

    Great story and congratulations. Welcome.
  8. PSGT3

    New to Forum

    It was lowered by the previous owner. Not exactually sure what he lowered it to.
  9. PSGT3

    New to Forum

    Just joined this forum and wanted to say hello. I've found so much useful information already and just wanted to say thanks. I have an 05' GT3 and an 88' Carrera that I turbo charged a few years ago. Here are the obligatory pics. Thanks again.
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