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C4S Surgeon

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About C4S Surgeon

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    Long Island, New York
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 996 C4S
  • Future cars
    997TT

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  1. Loren, Got this code, how can I access the evap cannister to RR it? (07 997tt) TIA c
  2. The only thing I hated about them was their weight. Also, on the track, after a few cycles they are very slippery. I went back to N rated cups.
  3. Doing my 997tt this weekend, wish me luck, supposedly it's worse than a 996tt.
  4. Thanks, if I just drop the headers and turbos, possibly the ICs I think I'll be able to reach the plugs. Those **** VTGs make it a ***** and a half to do!
  5. Any DIY info on doing the plugs on my turbo (07 997 tt), I'm planning on doing it this weekend, I know I have to take off the bumper, ICs,headers, possibly the turbos as well. Any helpful hints? Loren? TIA C
  6. They also have a pressure clip. thanks again. Addendum; just did the fr/rears 1.5hrs. Not too keen on the rear setup, now you gotta pull the caliper to put the pads in, prefer the old 996 style. Overall, easy DIY job.
  7. Getting ready to do some pads, noticed the sensors are quiet different, any DIY tips? TIA Chris
  8. Anybody know the thread size on the valve stems? I crossthreaded the tire inflation pump, need to clean up the threads. I believe it's a std shrader valve, but can't seem to find a tap anywhere?
  9. Fabspeed without a doubt. Call Joe or Jay, they will hook you up, great customer service after the sale too!
  10. Actually, the #14 tag is pointing right at the hole where the bolt goes. Oh well, thanks anyway. Does this mean I stumped Loren;)?
  11. When I changed out the exhaust I took the shields off from around the turbos. I know they fit over 3 of the 4 main studs, but thay also attach at the most lateral aspect of each one with a small bolt...which I lost. Those small lateral ones are the bolts in question.
  12. The small turbo shield itself, #14 on the diagram.
  13. Loren, do you have the pn or know the size of the small lateral bolts that attach the heat shield to the turbo. lost during a exhaust swap. TIA Chris
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