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When my car comes out of hibernation, I will replace the RMS, clutch, and do a LNE IMS upgrade. I have read "Under Performing Seal" article, which has not been updated for awhile, and others.

What is the part number for the seal that works the best?

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When my car comes out of hibernation, I will replace the RMS, clutch, and do a LNE IMS upgrade. I have read "Under Performing Seal" article, which has not been updated for awhile, and others.

What is the part number for the seal that works the best?

Always use the latest part number seal.

Right now that is: 997.101.212.01

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When my car comes out of hibernation, I will replace the RMS, clutch, and do a LNE IMS upgrade. I have read "Under Performing Seal" article, which has not been updated for awhile, and others.

What is the part number for the seal that works the best?

Always use the latest part number seal.

Right now that is: 997.101.212.01

Thanks, Loren!

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Just a question. Have you gotten an estimate on this work? Private garage or dealer? Just wondering what this job is worth if I ever need to do it.

Thanks in advance!

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Just a question. Have you gotten an estimate on this work? Private garage or dealer? Just wondering what this job is worth if I ever need to do it.

Thanks in advance!

Yes. Charles at LNE recommended Joe Rizza Porsche in Chicago as they have done several IMS upgrades. They gave me an estimate of $3K for clutch, IMS, RMS parts and labor. Can't remember if that included tax. :rolleyes:

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