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  1. Another thought: my very good Inde (now retired) advised against “short shifter.” I had the hot-rod issue of shifting too fast from 2nd up into 3rd, I think from just popping the clutch too quickly. Only from standing start, like drag race. Human error. Never an issue on local twisty mountain roads. But I’d still wonder about the cable connections as mention in the last post. This is a puzzle. Continued good luck.
  2. Totally agree re looks of 996. Even the headlights have grown on me. Loved driving the car every day I had it. Changed only due to my physical issues.
  3. Hey, old friend, sorry to read about your issue. wish I could help you out, but no joy here. Good luck, good thoughts.
  4. I guess never had the issue as I never let the maintenance get behind. did you just purchase the car? model? Year? good luck.
  5. Mine never was. 2003C4$. you should post up year and model. cheers,
  6. If it’s not making rattling around sounds it’s probably ok until it does. But if you’re in a location that does smog testing consider just waiting to do it until you really have to. just sayin. Good luck
  7. Johnny, I forgot to ask, what car/cars, are you driving/racing/working on? As a former owner, I can tell you that I still keep a replaced, expensive, oil sump pump, and two older sealed timing chain tensioners from my 911sc on my workbench in the garage. Not driving a Porsche right now, but like to keep my fingers in the pie, so to speak. Sold that one at about 325k miles. Sold my C4$ at 16 years old. My issue was getting an old body in and out of the car. Still enjoy Loren, Jeff, and other folks on Renntech. Cheers, j
  8. Agreed here as well. If I still owned my C4$ that’s just what I would do.
  9. Doesn’t that approach risk catastrophic engine failure? Would it be better to just replace engine?
  10. Yes, and no telling what else is screwed up. Sorry that you’re in this predicament. No good answers.
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