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997TT wing hydraulics pump in 996TT?

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Does anyone know definitively whether a 997TT rear wing hydraulics pump will work/fit in a 996TT?


My understanding is that the height that the wing lifts to is different in the two cars, so I think this would imply that the lift rams can't be used, but given the way the system works, I would think that that pump section would work fine (assuming that the mounting holes are the same, etc...).


Note: I realize that the mounting bracket system is completely different on the two cars, but if the screw holes line-up, then off hand, I don't see why one could just swap out the brackets, and install...


Thanks in advance!



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I doubt it - the rams are shorter, thus the syringes in the pump assembly are probably of different volume as well.


Yes, like I said, I know about the rams being different.


The syringes may be fine, because the way the system works, it would probably be ok to just change the size of the rams, and use the same pump.


I'm hoping that someone has tried it, and knows for sure that it either does or does not work.



Edited by Gcalex

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