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dyerkes dyerkes is offline
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I would just cut the air pump belt, as it's not that expensive, and if you want to remove it intact you'll need to jack the car up, and get to the front side of the engine and remove the cover that goes over the air pump pulley. Yes, you should be able to remove the two diverter valves. My recommendation would be to plug any hoses that you choose to disconnect. I would suggest you talk with a CIS specialist before choosing to remove the Auxillary Air Regulator (AAR). While I can understand that Porsche installed the air pump for the sole purpose of meeting US emission requirements, I find it very had to believe that Porsche would have put the AAR device on the system if it didn't have a valid purpose.
David Yerkes
1987 911 Targa - GP White
Old 03-16-2007, 11:35 AM
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