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It looks like that kit is missiing a few of the parts... at least for a CTT. The two T pipes in back of the engine and intake gaskets where not on another person who posted their parts kit from either rennlist or 6speedonline. I ordered mine from Sunset for 450 which included the two T pipes and the gaskets. I went over every part number with Sunset to varrify. I am not sure but maybe the non turbo's dont use the T pipes and that is the difference.

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carreracup03 - any chance you could list the part numbers here? I got a quote from Sunset but it doesnt contain the part descriptions - just the numbers. Sorry if it is on this site somewhere but if it is I cant find it

Many thanks

PKN

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carreracup03 - any chance you could list the part numbers here? I got a quote from Sunset but it doesnt contain the part descriptions - just the numbers. Sorry if it is on this site somewhere but if it is I cant find it

Many thanks

PKN

A complete description, part numbers and descriptions are in the TSB (Contributing Members Only).

http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?app=downloads&module=display&section=download&do=confirm_download&id=1395

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Thanks Loren - I had already found the TSB. I was really looking to make sure I had the correct T pieces at the back of the engine but I spoke with Sunset and got it all squared away - about $480 including the T pieces, a gallon of coolant and shipping. Great deal, thanks Carreracup03

PKN

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PKN, I am sorry I just saw this. Sounds like you have the right kit. I have both the T pipes in back of the engine, along with a number of seals and gaskets that are not in other kits. Sunset told me they make their own kit of all parts that should be changed. Now I have to install the kit :)

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I ordered this "kit" - and found parts ARE missing:

1 - Hose clamps for the short stub hose to join the two parts of the big pipe. PN: 999-512-389-01, cost at the local dealer - $6.78/each - total $13.56

2 - The assembly grease "Synthesto Glep GR" - PN 000-043-204-68, cost at the local dealer - $24.73 (I think the grease is multipurpose, wish they'd used it when they sold me the antifreeze.. dry.gif )

3 - Intake manifold gaskets. Dunno about you - but when this sort of gasket is disturbed I figure on replacing them. "Intake Distrib G" - PN 9480110-145-01 cost at local dealer - $31.64/each - total $63.28.

4 - Antifreeze. Not planning on using the old stuff over, and didn't expect it in the "kit" since it would be costly to ship. PN 000-043-301-05 "Antifreeze 3.7" - cost from local dealer $44.24/each - total for 2 gallons - $88.48 (WOW - and they didn't even kiss me..)

Total from the local dealer was $190.05 + tax = $203.36

The "kit" from Sonnen was $396.97 - PLUS - $50/shipping. The shipping cost seems excessive to me since it was shipped in a flat-rate FedEx box. Dunno how much it cost them - it does appear they ship with 3 day delivery, so that can be a bit expensive.

So far - the total is $600.33. Hopefully that's all the parts it will need.

I also saw in a thread here that there is a T fitting at the rear of the engine that should be replaced. It was suggested in the thread that this be replaced when doing the pipes. I used PET to look it up - and ordered that from Sonnen with the rest of the stuff. Cost at their price was about $10.00. Thing is - there is NO T fitting on the '06 CS - what appears in PET as a fitting with two hose stubs attached (and the outlet of the T blanked off) is actually just a hose. Straight through. No plastic T at all. Don't waste your money.

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