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  1. supp air fan is inoperative and giving chck eng lite. cannot operate blower via tester. cannot find where relay panel 2 is located on cayman
  2. UH OH........did I JUST DO THAT??? YES, i did ACTUALLY
  3. other than a possible change in engine sound.....which already creates a nice audible tone..........there is nothing to gain.......nada
  4. thanks for help.........too much of a coincidence though.......I broke something.......trying to locate fuel pressue regulator as maybe vac hose came off or broken
  5. WELL, just changed plugs and coil pacs to discover 04 GT3 is now running very poorly. reinstalled parts with same results! changed oil at same time along with removing the front cover for debris removal. NO CODES SHOWING EITHER. Checked fuel pressure as when spraying carb cleaner into throttle valve, engine perked up and sounded good, albeit for a few seconds. Looks as if fuel pressure is low, possible 10lbs? any thoughts always appreciated-thanks ran fine before-hah
  6. what was the outcome of this problem, we have the same exact code problem-thanks Mark
  7. I can find no information on the updated shaft for this 04 C4S, ANY HELP APPRECIATED-M
  8. am having the exact same problem with 99 996 as I write this...........I notice no response from u for quite a while??
  9. cannot seem to find any info on this system and would like to know how it operates.....any chances of that-I have DTC 401 and 402 indicating poor flow...cannot get it by NYS emmisions. NO check engine lite, just will not set monitor for secondary air injection. THANKS
  10. same as on CGT.............instead of expensive "torque multiplier", you may simply use a 3/4 torque wrench...I have (weird) several available, if needed.
  11. is there ANY quality alternative muffling changes that will make the sound more throatier? this is a '10 997 C4S-THANKS FOR ADVISE.
  12. I am looking to purchase the rear package shelf for cars equiped with factory rs rollcage in black.....can someone give me the part number?-thanks mark-I did see it on the forum somewhere yet I can't seem to search it?
  13. We seal Porsche flats on regular basis............If tire has been driven with low pressure or flat for any distance than it is junk. We use an awesome old product that can be used in slicks also......when desperate though!
  14. if interested I make a stainless (handsome) grille insert for the front air intakes on GT3 and RS
  15. I too am looking to purchase one for a 08 GT3RS FOR customer....dealer said nla? just yesterday and bought one from them 8 months ago?? any ideas of where to go for one?? the rear section of the factory cage is what we usually want to use in a RS....thanks Mark
  16. the upgrade to 7.8 has been my primary choice....it sucks though.....I will likely spend a tremendous amount of time and effort on the wiring conversion. After so many years of this issue, I thought this one time I could get even a small break by someone posting their "proper" conversion. I sure would pay for the experience too, since time is (afterall) money. It may just be a pipedream though, as all my life I had to do these "conversion" thingys and it DOES SUCK. I will not perform this job without doing it the proper way.......not sure though how much of a perfomance issue the dynamic cam timing would effect........If all.........I guess I'm up the creek and have to do it, sadly, I may only do this a few times more and the effort sort of doesn't equal the initial time involved in getting wiring acclimated. thanks for your insite, thanks to Porsche for their f++k up.
  17. My "obvious" direction in this "project" lie within have lower end rebuilt/poss. increase in diplacement..or swapping everything over to a later engine with lower mileage or poss. new factory rebuilt. I am learning on how much of a performance issue the vario cam/lift if left without hydraulic operation? rest of job is simple swap to me? This should be an interesting job.-M
  18. are there very many documented swaps to make this easier to understand. Is it workable to use the 3.4 wiring to ease the wiring issue and use the 3.4 intake for the throttle?
  19. a big issue is the liquid filled motor mounts....they sometimes give up when jacking up the back of the car via the drivetrain.
  20. HOLD ON THERE PARDNER! owner said the car "ran" poorly on hot start-up...that has absolutely nada to do with the starter.
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