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About DaveCarrera4S

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    Started up RennKit LLC to supply replacement electric spoiler Rams to the 996/997 turbo owners.

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    Canton, MI
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 996 Turbo - Basalt Black Metallic
    2009 987.2 Cayman S - Guards Red / SSK / PASM / LSD
  • Former cars
    1971 914 - Black
    1974 911 Targa Sportomatic - Guards Red
    1989 964 Carrera 4 - Guards Red - wish I still had her...
    2003 Carrera 4S - Speed Yellow with GT2 Nose and PSE!
    1955 356 Continental Pre-A - $OLD - shipped to Czech

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  1. I tried the power steering stop leak as well. 3 months later I had Pentosin leaking down the back and over the bumper. I found a better solution and started a company to provide it to fellow turbo owners...
  2. Or you can download them here: http://rennkit.com/home/service-manual/
  3. I doubt it - the rams are shorter, thus the syringes in the pump assembly are probably of different volume as well.
  4. I'm surprised the moderator allows a brand new poster to create a new thread and put an obvious ad in for a product complete with web address and logo. This thread was an obvious attempt to advertise a product. He did the same thing on Rennlist with his post #1. Anyhow thanks for the props Michael.
  5. I've never known an engineer to be so cavalier about precision, In the spirit of the forum it would have been helpful if you'd just answered the question ..... Are you serious? Engineers make decisions every day about precision, and how much is needed. Unbelievable comment - obviously from a non-engineer.
  6. Speedometer? I've never had a Porsche that was accurate with speed. I don't worry about it, but others may want to have the speedometer close to actual.. ha ha
  7. You can find the factory troubleshooting guide at the bottom of this page: http://rennkit.com/why-factory-set-fails/ Good luck.
  8. If the tire sizes are exactly equal, there is no shear at the VC coupling, hence minimal drag, or lock up. If there is a front to rear bias in outer diameter of the tire, then the VC silicone fluid is shearing - and causing some low % of lock up. Smaller rear diameter causes transfer of power to the front. smaller front diameter causes drag on the engine at steady cruise speed. Disclaimer, I was an engineer at a major silicone fluid manufacturer in Germany for 13 years of my career...
  9. I bought a set. Will report back on my experiences with installation.
  10. I've had some experience with Matt at Eisenbuds 303-825-0322, installing my eRam spoiler hydraulics replacement kit.
  11. I have to agree - and I'll be kind here - the air filter replacement is a very difficult job. the housing design leaves much to be desired.
  12. Ahsai, this is VERY helpful. Black wires it is. You can see what I've been up to here: www.rennkit.com
  13. occasionally - few times a year. more blue-whiteish. Both sides far as I know.
  14. I tried the cheapo's from China a few times... last a few months then dim. Worthless. I'd be up for some nice super bright long lasting LED's if they existed.
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