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    1999 Porsche 996
  1. I changed my water pump, and during re-assembly of the parts, my tube cracked. After reading the post, I decided to take it to my mechanic. He told me it would take a couple of hours, but that I could do it myself. He told me to remove the alternator, and be patient removing and re-installing the back screw. I ordered the tube and oil ring, and replaced the tube with no problem. It did take some time to remove the back screw.
  2. I was thinking of replacing my canister oil filter with a billet spin-on oil filter adapter. I would think this would be beneficial because I can use a K&N Gold oil filter. Any comments would be appreciated.
  3. I replaced my air filter system with the K&N Filter and air intake system on my 1999 996. I don't know if it increased the HP, but it did make the car run smoother. I think if you read some of the threads from others, you will find that most people are pleased with the mod, if nothing else their cars seem to run smoother at idle.
  4. You were right on. I must have snagged the line putting the transmission back in. You saved me about three hundred dollars as I thought it was the throttle control unit. Thanks Again
  5. I just installed an Aasco Lightweight Flywheel on my 1999 996. The idle is over 4000 rpm. Can anyone tell me how to adjust this back to the recommend range, or atleast reduce it so that I can drive in rush hour traffic. Thanks
  6. I am thinking of upgrading my four spoke steering wheel on my 1999 996, to the newer looking three spoke wheel. The sites all state that the three spoke wheel will fit, but they do not guarantee fitment. I was just wondering if anyone else has done this mod, and how hard was it. I have not changed out a steering wheel with an airbag. The vehicle is a 6spd, so no steering wheel controls. Thanks
  7. I recently installed one in my 1999 996 and it was fairly easy to install. The product came with instructions, and it shifts like a newer porsche.
  8. The name of the part is a rear spoiler bellow. I recently bought one from Automotion for less that a hundred bucks.
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