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  1. bigbuzuki, can you give the reference on where you got the info on the pump operation? I'd like to read more.
  2. Thanks, for the feedback. Weird it doesn't throw the check engine light. The threshold must be larger on these early cars
  3. Dharn55, did you ever fix this? Camshaft position 1 deviation -12.15 Camshaft position 2 deviation -02.45 What did you find?
  4. coleta

    tool

    Anybody knows who makes this exact tool and where I can get it? It looks better than most spring compressors I've seen. It's from the DIY for the ROW M030. Thanks
  5. Thanks. How did you trace this? Your headlight started flickering or something?
  6. Congrates. Are you sure you were using the drive link for cam adjustment and not the lift? The solenoid with the crack bracket is for lift, not timing. That's why your values were good.
  7. jr, thanks for the update. just to be clear it was the exhaust not the intake, right?
  8. Congratulations Logray. Can you post the before and after’s for tra/rkats (not sure of your year)? Thanks
  9. Michelin, what do you mean by lift off? Can you discribe it a little more? Thanks
  10. Loren, that 4k rpm figure is an industry standard or is there a Porsche doc on it?
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