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I found this one:

http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/ksearch/PEL_search.cgi?command=show_part_page&please_wait=N&make=POR&model=911M&section=ENGoil&page=5&bookmark=18&part_number=911-107-739-10-M20

Part number: 91110773910

But what's the other one? My PET book doesn't even show it. Probably because of not being the correct years. Can you guys help me with this?

Is it #20 in this pic? But which one? There is 3 of them..
http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/PartsLookup/search.cgi?command=show_page&Catalog_Name=911_USA_74_77_KATALOG&Illustration=104-00&Line_Item=33

Sorry, I just want to make sure I get the right ones....
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Incorrect

The first one looks good. The second one (#20) is incorrect. The line from the crankcase connects to your thermostat (in the front area of the right rear wheel well in front of the rear tire) not your oil tank. That is the line to the oil tank.

I do not want to give you the incorrect info so I cannot advise you on the correct number.

The first one looks good,

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How about this one? #9 in the diaghram?

http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/PartsLookup/search.cgi?command=show_page&Catalog_Name=911_USA_84_86_KATALOG&Illustration=104-05&Line_Item=9
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Bill, check out this # 91110774310. Similar to # 9 in this diagram but has more hardline to it.

#16 in this diagram:
http://www.pelicanparts.com/PartsLookup/HTML/911_USA_74_77_KATALOG/104-05-Frame3.htm
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Bill, check out this # 91110774310. Similar to # 9 in this diagram but has more hardline to it.

#16 in this diagram:
http://www.pelicanparts.com/PartsLookup/HTML/911_USA_74_77_KATALOG/104-05-Frame3.htm
Good call! That's probably it. Can anyone confirm, that in fact, this is the part I need?
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You need both #15 and #16.
Not sure why Pelican has more than one entry for each with different prices.

I'll have some info for you this evening.
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Correct

Brian (rarlyl8) is right. The one with more hard line is the correct one. The pictures are rough drawings of these lines. There are two very similar lines that are only 4 inches (of the soft part) longer or shorter than the other.

The 3-choices is what screwed me up when I was backdating and those lines are different. If you can get the actual Porsche oem part number from Performance products then you could confirm which line. They are more expensive from our host as well. Just a thought..

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Sweet! Thanks guys! Now I know the part numbers at least. RarlyL8-Email sent a while back.
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Just saw this thread. Brian Gerber told me:

930-107-729-10
911-107-739-10

in email when I bought my used GHL's and needed to buy lines in a hurry. He told me to just buy them from an OPC rather than get them from him, but he was kind enough to build and ship me a catch tank pretty fast..

The lines were a pig to find in PET, but I think the 911-107-739-10 part is the oil return from the block for an up-to-74 car (and you need the same part for SSI's? - hearsay), and the 930-107-729-10 part is the pipe from the thermostat for a '78 turbo.

Our host does list both lines, IIRC.
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Bill- Not sure if there are other ways around it but the previous owner of my 930 modified the factory pipe between the turbo and intercooler. When I spoke with Stephen at IA about converting from the 7006 that my car came with to one of his 7200's he wanted me to make sure that this mod had been done to the tube- so I think it's an accepted way of doing it. If you haven't done so already I believe you're going to have to modify that pipe. I don't think you'll be needing the o-ring adapter that you mentioned earlier as the pipe will connect directly to the turbo with rubber hose and hose clamps once the mod has been done. See below:



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I have another question for you guys. All my cylinders look like the one with the red arrow except for the number 2 cylinder (yellow arrow). Remember the car has been sitting all winter so that may be a factor in your replies. Is this something I should be concerned with? If so, what would I be looking for? When Oh Haha and I did a valve adj last year all the plugs looked the same. So seeing this has got me wondering.

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It looks like the valve seal and or valve guide on #1 is a little leaky. Or if the car has been sitting all winter, maybe the oil worked its way into the cylinders from the tank and into the exhaust port through the valve. She may smoke a lot when you start her for the first time. But I would drive it and see how it is, Im thinking it is from the oil finding the lowest spot to go to. If it dont smoke much after the first time I wouldnt worry about it and just drive it.
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That's good. All the cylinders are leaky so I guess I have one good cylinder. The car runs great so I won't worry about it now. But if/when it needs a top end then I'll upgrade some stuff... (cams)
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I wouldnt worry about it now, how many miles on the car?
When she consistantly starts blowing smoke then take car of the problem accordingly....Five angle valve job, port polish, set of cams, seals, and guides.

....maybe some bigger valves....
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I've got just over 60k on it now. But I'm looking forward to spring to add more to it.
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Something else just came to me is will I need to change the rubber sleeve that goes to the intake? Or will the stock one work? I can post a pic later if need be.
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which sleeve?
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That's what I figured. I'll get a photo tonight. It's basically a large rubber tube that clamps on the side of the turbo.
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This it?Full wing Intercooler - stock manifold - Blown Six
post # 15 in this thread. Sorry I couldntt get just the pics to post.
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This it?Full wing Intercooler - stock manifold - Blown Six
post # 15 in this thread. Sorry I couldntt get just the pics to post.
Yes, even though it looks completely different then what I have. That is one solid tube.

This is what I have. Will this rubber sleeve fit on the new turbo when it's in place? Or do I have to get something else to make that connection?



It connects to the turbo here:

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