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Stock wastegate

OK, I can't find them. I've searched and I just can't find them. Where are you guys buying stock wastegate rebuild kits?
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Get a Tial, easier and probably cheaper
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Get a Tial, easier and probably cheaper
Thanks for the input, but that's not what I'm asking. I know about Tial and they seem to be around $450-500 USD. I really doubt if a rebuild kit will be near that much. What I am asking is where can I find a rebuild kit for a stock wastegate? I may be in the minority but I want to keep my car as stock as possible/reasonable. If it comes to it I'll go Tial but not until exhausting (pun intended)the other option.
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I know a person who works for a Porsche dealership here in Oz in spare parts, I can ask him if you'd like. He was able to source all the parts I needed to do my wastegate. I know the diaphragm alone cost me close to AU$150.00. If I recall it cost me about AU$350 to do a quick fix. This did not include machining in a new ( forgive my lack of expertise in parts naming ) bush around the the wastegate ' piston/ valve' stem. I will change to a Tial in the near future.
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I think that is just called a valve guide.
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I don't know if they're any use for a factory wastegate because I've never taken one apart, but a bunch of the aftermarket 46mm wastegates appear to be copies of Tials - and some of those vendors are selling diaphrams for them:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/46MM-WASTEGATE-DIAPHRAM_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ33621QQitemZ15 0109940920QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD2V

Do these look even vaguely correct?

I'd imagine you could fab something up for the valve and guide, and springs are readily available (and interchangable, I'm given to understand).

I'm presuming that gaskets can be made, and any seals etc would be standard sizes.

What else is there that wears out?
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I think that is just called a valve guide.

Yep, that's it, lol. Sorry, late night on the turps
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930 wastegates are an easy rebuild, watch out for the spring pressure! Diaphrams are available from Imagine Auto.

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930 wastegates are an easy rebuild, watch out for the spring pressure! Diaphrams are available from Imagine Auto.
Thanks, that's what I needed.
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Necessary for Class D stock PCA ???
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Necessary for Class D stock PCA ???
No, just personal preference. This is the car I fell in love with as a kid and after all these years I have realized what I thought would be impossible. I never in my wildest dreams thought I would EVER own this car. I love this car. I love everything about it, even though it's not the fastest, best handling, lightest,... car. To me this car is the greatest car ever made. I still go out to my garage just to sit and look at it. I run my hands down the roof and fenders and just feel the lines. Hell, I even hug it sometimes. I realize this may sound a bit odd but it's true. To change anything on it is to change that which I fell in love with. It's like the joke "his wife effectively changed him into someone she doesn't love".

Modifying this car is like plastic surgery on Julia Roberts and she needs no improvements.
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My 1988 waste gate has two springs inside!!! Is this stock or was the PO tring to change boost settings?
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Diaphram @ $111.95, don't know if this helps.

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Thanks, Imagine pretty much told me I was wasting my time and tried sell me a Tial. I'll call Lindsey.
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I have a stock 930 wastegate that I can sell you cheaper then you can purchase the Diaphram and Spring. It has been opened up and everthing has been inspected with no problems.
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Mark, I just went through this same issue and you are wasting your time! I had the wg rebuilt, with spring, diaphragm etc and less than 25 miles it took a dump on me. ( for real). i bought a Tial from Imagine. I wanted to keep my 76 930 as close to stock as money would allow but it makes no sense to spend $1800 on a new wg when a superior Tial is $500. I recommend buying it


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OK, OK, I give in. I guess some things one has to accept as the better option. Thanks for the help guys.
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I realize this is now a 3 week old thread, but just getting to putting my stock WG back in the car. I thought I'd give it a quick test - pump just over 1 bar of pressure on the "control" line (disconnected from intercooler). I have it still removed from the car, and when putting on the pressure, I hear hissing from the valve stem area and can feel the air escaping through the outlet.

This isn't good, is it? Any of you guys performed a simple test on the stock wastegate to check its operation? I have a 1 bar Andial spring in the WG.
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Mine did that too. I had a friend machine in a new guide, problem solved. In retrospect I should've just gone the Tial route though.
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