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I have a build thread going over on Rennlist if anybody is interested. Lots of details. I am getting ready to do a first start in the next week and then I will have some time to add to the thread and bring it up to speed. Be sure to check out my Gofundme campaign for Syvecs engine managment plug and play kit development and share with everyone you can if you please:) Love this forum a whole lot but due to legalities, rules, and content in my posts, I felt the effort was better served over there. If you like the subject of a performance Cayenne this build is for you. Even if you don't, you can probably find some usefull information in there. The thread will be ongoing throughout my ownership and doesn't stop with the finishing of my build! https://www.gofundme.com/syvecs-pnp-kit-porsche-955-cayenne https://rennlist.com/forums/porsche-cayenne-forum/1006166-2004-cayenne-955-turbo-upgrade-build-thread-custom-manifolds-bw-efr-7163-s.html Cheers!
Mr. Haney replied to Mark Fazio's topic in 9PA, 9PA1 (Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Turbo S)Speedosolutions.com and then go on about your life.
P1400 Control Position not adjustable
It's not cheap! I had steel sleeves installed. Cp pistons, Pauter rods, 3.70 bore which is only like .034 larger. I don't expect any trouble from the trans until around 800 hp. I am doing the valve body and had a converter built with the stock stall speed for now.
DSS aluminium driveshaft, which IMO is what everyone should be doing if nothing more than for the lifetime fix. Funny you didn't say transmission because that's usually what people assume first. LOL, I have a plan for everything.
Thanks, I think Im going to see if I can apply this thinking to my a4. My rack is pissing all over the front wheel.
Could you post the part #'s for the seal and o ring please?
Air quality sensor. Most all your parts will have a part # on them somewhere. The parts listings/diagrams have been of great help to me when I want to find out what something is, where it go's, what bolts go where, length of bolt at that location, etc. Just find an online parts vendor with good diargams.
Yes. But the bolts are difficult to get from underneath. I tried bending an end wrench and ended up making one by welding a socket to a cut off end wrench and grinding some away. The mounts drop by about 3/4 of an inch with wear.
You could have some different stuff going on here depending on whether you have the auxilliary heater or not and your vin #. But irregardless there will be two alum pipes going into the firewall behind the upper control arm. Those go to the heater core. Simply detach and loop the feed and return eliminating the core feed from the circuit.
Well, My 04 turbo was manufactured in 3/04. I do have the needle bearing front pump. I picked up my Cayenne 1 owner with 65k. As far as I know from the service history and working on it the trans has never been replaced. It was always serviced where it was purchased by the original owner. I include a couple of pics here of the new seal sent to me ending in 4302. It has the same id, od, and direction of rotation as the original one I took out. For all purposes it is the same seal with the adittion of a full rubber casing compared to the originals brassy colored outer metal shell. Though, on the new one ending in 4302 you can see the brassy colored casing through the holes in the rubber. Maybe 4302 is just vthe latest revision to the part ending in 4300. But I do see the mention of a bushing and needle bearing versiion in the parts listing. Did you say you have the bushed style front pump Lewis? I think my original is what you are descri ing you have.
I just bought one for my cayenne, im gonna go look at what they sent. Im gonna look at my trans and tc to see what style I have on my 04 turbo. Maybe I got the wrong one! Apologies for the misinformation!
I feel your pain. Diagnostics are really tough.
The heater core pipes are located in the front drivers side wheel well behind the liner. The coolant after run pump is located here as well. I can take some pics for you tomorrow but you will jeed to bypass the core at this location so that your coolant after run pump still circulates as intended. The after run pump also supplies the core with warm water after your Cayenne is shut off and the climate control is set to "rest".