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RMS Leak Okay?


Street

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I'm on my second third RMS. According to a tech who just returned from Porsche's "GT School," hard running on the track will cause a small leak. Normal driving should not cause a leak. This is what I'm experiencing. Have you heard of this?

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Hi Street.... I have experience with 3 tracked 2004 GT3s.

1) Mine dripped a couple drops in the weeks after a track session...and has been dry since (through many more track sessions).

2) Friend's leaked after several track sessions...was repaired, and, I think, is since dry.

3) Another friend's leaked after every track session and on the road. It got particularly bad during several sessions in May. Engine bottom and rear of the car oily. He is on his 3th RMS now, and it seems to be staying dry.....but, he hasn't had it to the track since the last job.

His and my serial numbers are just 4 different, and we are having totally different experiences.

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