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About fingal

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    Uilleann piper

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  • From
    Manitoba, canada
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2004 boxster
  • Future cars
    Another Porsche someday, maybe, hopefully
  1. Slow in, fast out

  2. Slow in, fast out

  3. The Porsche shift 1st -N-(wiggle)-N-2nd It just is
  4. Take it for a proper rip and 'burn the carbon' out of it. Add the swepco to the next tank.
  5. The red boxster has burnt in the front, near the battery tray. A long way from the engine. Probably a stereo wiring job.
  6. Excellent!

    I found the IMS retrokit, by 'LN Engineering' via the pelican website or even via this website. If I could copy and paste with theipad I'd send it along.

    I'll buy the LNengineering bearing puller from you when you are done

    Oops I just realized this is going on your profile page. Hopefully you have a big garage to do all this work in. T...

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