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Do a search here and on rennlist and 6peedonline. This has been discussed many times. Low end $600-$700 in parts (LNE bearing and flywheel bolts) and do it your self. Higher end can be $2,000-$3,000+ if you do clutch, flywheel, tensioners, AOS, etc. while you are in there.

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Do a search here and on rennlist and 6peedonline. This has been discussed many times. Low end $600-$700 in parts (LNE bearing and flywheel bolts) and do it your self. Higher end can be $2,000-$3,000+ if you do clutch, flywheel, tensioners, AOS, etc. while you are in there.

Thanks

Did a search, got a lot of stuff about the IMS but you are the first one with a estimate.

thanks again

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I recently had the IMS done on my MY2000 C2 Cab Tip, along with a few other things.

LNEngineering IMS

RMS

X51 Oil Pan

Low Temp Thermostat

The total was $3,200 including 8.5% sales tax

I think the IMS alone would have been around $2k. It's a few hundred less for a 6-speed.

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Same here, about $3000 for a Tip. However you really need to get a Porsche Mechanic who knows what they are doing. L&N is a great source for those technicians who are properly trained in the procedure. While in there, you may want to consider them looking at your plugs and connectors and get the water pump replaced.

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Recent quote from an indie here in Las Vegas was 3,500 to 4,000 to replace clutch, RMS, IMS, AOS and the crankcase breather hose.

After break down, he determined that the IMS did not need replacement so I decided to wait until the next clutch replacement to upgrade it.

Tim

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Recent quote from an indie here in Las Vegas was 3,500 to 4,000 to replace clutch, RMS, IMS, AOS and the crankcase breather hose.

After break down, he determined that the IMS did not need replacement so I decided to wait until the next clutch replacement to upgrade it.

Tim

For a TIP needing a dual row IMSR -- it would be $1440 plus tax at Silent Automotive here in Austin.

Danny who owns the shop is a very good mechanic who happens to be deaf.

He does everything from M96 rebuilds to simple oil changes.

Place isn't much to look at but he does good, reasonably priced work.

Mike

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