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CBRacerX

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  1. I found this reference to the 67 ft-lbs from the 996 GT3 single mass flywheel install procedure:
  2. Thanks Loren! I did a recent 997.1 GT3 RMS replacement using this value (DMF). It is all back together and running fine. Then I happened to look at the factory manual for the same procedure and below is how that read. Am I looking at an outdated workshop manual? Installing double-mass flywheel Note Before re-installation, clean the friction surface of the flywheel with a clean lint-free cloth that has been soaked in solvent naphtha or acetone. 1. Position double-mass flywheel on the crankshaft's dowel pin and press on to the crankshaft flange. Insert all fastening screws (8). 2. Align toothed segment 9538/1 and tighten fastening screw again. 3. Screw in and tighten fastening screws in diagonally opposite sequence. Initial tightening: 19 ftlb. ; Final tightening - torque angle: 120 ° 4. Remove toothed segment.
  3. Looking at what seal I was sent, I realize my problem is with the metal/rubber seal that is around the perimeter of the glass - not the seal between the body and the windshield. I'll post a picture later, but it appears there are two seals stacked here, and one of them is attached to the glass directly.
  4. VERY helpful, thank you! It's not clear what connector to use from most posts.
  5. I am going to attempt this on my 2001 986 - the rubber trim (996.541.531.01) is badly sun damaged.
  6. Thanks for this thread, I have found it very useful as I prepare to install the LN Pro double row bearing on my 2001 single row 986S. As usual, I see JFP providing invaluable advice and experience. THANK YOU! If your shop was closer I'd be happy to buy a round :)
  7. I'll add myself to list of folks who need one of these. I'm good with buying one or renting. Thanks in advance for any assistance. Chris New owner of '01 986S with blown RMS
  8. Just happened to me today after car sat out in a heavy rainstorm (at the local garage for the annual inspection). I ordered a new belt since I have no record of this one being replaced and it might be 12 years old!
  9. I just performed an adjustment on my 2002 996 where the rear of the window was touching the quarter window. I was successful, but along the way I learned more about how the window adjustments work. Some of this will slightly contradict information above. MOST important, the adjustments found above the door inner cover are not the upper window rail attachments. They are the window glass CLAMPS as described above, and are only available when the window is fully raised: Here are the bottom of door adjustments:
  10. I'm struggling with this same issue on my 2006 Cayman S - except mine stays on all the time but a mechanical gauge shows I have plenty of pressure. Replacing sensor did not help and the wiring from the sensor to the DME (Pin D24) is perfect. Can anyone confirm that the idiot light sender in the 987 shows no resistance with the engine off and infinite resistance with the engine running. From what I can tell, that is correct behavior.
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