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installation costs for ims rms spin on oil filter thermostat


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Somebody inquired how much it cost me for installation of upgrades. I ordered a lower temp thermostat, spin on oil filter adapter kit, ims upgrade kit and new rear main seal for my new to me car. Labor was 1050.00 additional supplies, (oil and antifreeze) were 137.50, for a total of 1187.50. I don't have the receipt for the parts in front of me, but you can call LNengineering and ask. I bought the rear main seal kit from suncoast porsche. I also upgraded to an x51 oil pan and stronger bolts for the oil pan. I installed that myself. For the record the intermediate shaft bearing I pulled out was fine. However compared to the design of the replacement, I am glad I changed it. Before you upgrade tires, wheels, stereos, I would upgrade the IMS bearing. It is cheap insurance. :renntech:

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Somebody inquired how much it cost me for installation of upgrades. I ordered a lower temp thermostat, spin on oil filter adapter kit, ims upgrade kit and new rear main seal for my new to me car. Labor was 1050.00 additional supplies, (oil and antifreeze) were 137.50, for a total of 1187.50. I don't have the receipt for the parts in front of me, but you can call LNengineering and ask. I bought the rear main seal kit from suncoast porsche. I also upgraded to an x51 oil pan and stronger bolts for the oil pan. I installed that myself. For the record the intermediate shaft bearing I pulled out was fine. However compared to the design of the replacement, I am glad I changed it. Before you upgrade tires, wheels, stereos, I would upgrade the IMS bearing. It is cheap insurance. :renntech:
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I have a 2002 C4S that has 25,000 miles on it. I had the work completed by Delta Imports. Delta is the local Porsche dealer in my town. They also discovered that the air box was installed wrong and it had rubbed a hole through the oil fill tube. So they repaired those related issues as well. I didn't include that expense in my post. I asked them to inspect the clutch since the labor would already be done to access the other parts, It was left alone because it was still in very good shape.

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LN engineering provides the additonal tools required, in the purchase of the new IMS bearing. I just turned it all over to the dealer. The dealer returned all of the LN tools to me when they were done. They are in my tool box now.

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