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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
Good job! a hammer and a pry bar come in handy at times.

I can't tell from your picture if you put the two gaskets back in but you'll gain some more clearance without them if you ever need it and as long as the thick muffler mounting flange is still flat which it probably is it won't leak with a little high temp red silicone smeared on the mounting surface.
Our cars are the same color, venetian blue. What color is your interior?
The gaskets are still being used. I can't get the bracket off without removing the turbo, so the gasket between them stays for now and since I had clearance with the new gasket on the muffler side, I left it on. When I change headers, turbo, etc. this fall, the high temp silicone will likely be used.

My interior is light grey (don't know the official Porsche name for it). My Venetian is L36P, so I don't think our colors are identical, just very close.
1988 930 Venetian Blue
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