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What we are doing is controversial and we do get our share of "doubt", thats for sure.. But its just because we chose to work with a problematic engine and then to hot rod it to a level that no one else could imagine... In my experience the doubt has been a catalyst to my development and a driving force to take our data collection to the highest level. This isn't my first Rodeo with developing problematic engines and I am used to the negative aspects of doing so. Remember: We started out ONLY doing modifications and creating components that would enhance reliability of these engines, but it didn't take long to see that the performance could be capitalized on as well. Thanks Jake. I'm not doubting you, I have just never heard of a street install of any of your engines. I was curious if there are any out there w/ some miles on them (30k+) yet and how they working in comparison to the factory engines. You have a viable option should a failure happen that I would consider for my car.
I was wondering, are there any of your engines in the field, in service??? I'm curious about any real world data. Do they run warm in traffic (due to larger bore) , how do they handle being driven daily, you know, stuff like that.
norcal_tom replied to Caguy's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)my favorite mod is to install the nut behind the wheel :drive:
norcal_tom replied to my996's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I would check with the loal PCNA chapter and see who they would recommend. That's what I did when my 964 was attcacked by a rain gutter downspout (WHY didn't i MOVE the **** car :cursing: ) I found the local porsche specialist shop and it goes in on monday. One thing is for sure, they are expensive to have painted correctly.
I'll throw some ideas out. Since it was ran into a ditch, the first place i would look is on the side that went into the ditch. I would look for: Bent wheel, bent tie rod, bent half shaft (most likely imho) or a wrecked c/v joint. Since it only happens in weather, that shows the all wheel drive is comeing on and causing the wheel shimmy. Resetting the comp. just reset the awd. I really think you bent something though.
norcal_tom replied to Foster's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I don't believe that there is any to the switches. When you do the switch mod, you are only supplying a ground path. I'm probably wrong, but it's 4 am and I don't want to look at a schematic :P
This is a good subject. There was a HUGE discussion on another board on the same subject. A known "engine builder" stated that the car should be warmed up to 180 to prevent slipped sleeves and other failures :o I let it warm up for a while just like you do. Maybe they are worried about the enrichment circut washing down the cyls. when it's just sitting there.
norcal_tom replied to perucho's topic in DIY Articles - Carrera (996) - Common Fixes and RepairsNICE!!! So I guess I'll be loking for a C4S now :D
norcal_tom replied to perucho's topic in DIY Articles - Carrera (996) - Common Fixes and RepairsWe use a similar process to this on aircarft windscreens called micromesh. The grits go up to 5000. It's not really sanpaper though, it's specifically made to be used with water. The clarity after the process is unbelievable. Nice job on the lenses, they came out great :clapping:
I've seen that video before. It's straight through. You can buy all of the parts you need either used or from fabspeed. I think it would be cool for a minute, but then it would just RATTLE my brain. You also would have no chance in hell of passing a smog test. It sounds bad *** on someone else's car though :D.