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    1999 C4
  1. yeah, light has been coming on.... I heard about this sender// thanks.
  2. On the right side of the engine just above and between cylinders 5 and 6. Great!!!!! thanks.
  3. Can someone tell me where the oil sender unit is located on my 1999 996 C4??? Thanks.
  4. WOW!!! I must admit: I had to read your post 3 times in order to 'absorb' all of it!!! but I got it... It sounds like that will be the answer to compensate for the higher CR on NA engines. Where can I find out more about this ATKINSON CYCLE mode?????
  5. Very intelligent view!!! I asked my self the same question when I first saw the supercharged kits out there, even when the manufacturers claim reliability. What's the stock compression ratio of the 996 vs 996tt??? Thanks for the info..
  6. You're right, however keeping boost levels to 5-6 psi max, will keep compression ratio under control. I'm not looking to build a monster engine, just add about 80 hp to my engine. I looked at the supercharger option, but 10 K is a little too much. All available supercharger kits use a max of 6 psi at the intake and manufactures claim it will produce 400 hp or better. Also all internal stock engine parts are used. Forking out 10 k it's not really logical, as you said TT are getting cheaper by the minute. Thanks for the tips.....
  7. Thanks for the info. the bumper is polyurethane. I have to say it's like OEM fitment. only thing I had to do is buy a new set of side marker for 2005 and up since the older original ones dont work with this bumper...
  8. Got it on ebay brand new durafles with the lower lip under 900.00
  9. Does enyone know if it's possible to do a turbo conversion on a none turbo C4??? I have done couple of conversions in the past with great success. I have never done one a Porsche. I'm thinking about doing a low boost (6-7 psi) to keep reliabilty, and using oem turbos, exhaust, etc... Any ideas will be appreciated. I could use a 996 turbo parts diagram if anyone knows where to find it.....
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