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Intake/CIS Cleaning

So since I am waiting on all the cheap little orings for the oil line banjos before I can go any further I figured I would take the time to clean the CIS and intake manifold. Didn't get much done on the motor though since I spent most of the day doing a brake job and changing swaybar links and tie rods on the wife's ML430... although I did get the tranny buttoned back up.
Anyway, I think it came out pretty good. Unfortunately now I need even more crush washer for the fuel banjos that had to be removed to get the CIS off the manifold. I wish we had a decent DIY parts store around here









Almost ready for action...

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Old 07-13-2008, 06:50 PM
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Could you zoom in on the clutch on pic #3?
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I have lots of pics of that. What do you want to see specifically? I actually posted some pics in an earlier thread titled "clutch porn" Tell me what you want and I will post it.
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:56 PM
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I'd like to see a close up of the clutch area in the #3 pic above.
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Let's see if this works...

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Old 07-13-2008, 07:15 PM
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Ok, I see why it looks so different now after reading the clutch porn thread. I saw how far out the throw out bearing sat and I was confused. It's all clear now. Thanks.
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It is a pretty cool setup. And cheaper then the stock 930 stuff too. Supposedly good for 500 ft lbs of torque so well within my needs.
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Curious to know who made it and how much.
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DSPturtle- What pressure plate is that? I see that you have the Aluminum spacer and the long throw-out bearing- but is that the G-50 pressure plate or at least similar?
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It is the sachs pressure plate from the 78 turbo setup. Stock 1985 flywheel and clutch disc. The ring and throw out bearing extension are from somewhere on the west coast. My local Porsche guru got it through a wholesaler and there were no markings on the parts. You have to disassemble a stock throw out bearing and fit the extension.
I guess this is a lesson for anyone making aftermarket parts... engrave your name so people can come right to you.
If you want the name of the guy that can get them here on the east coast just shoot me a PM and I will be happy to give you his number.
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thank you for the quick reply. I know where to get that spacer/TB kit Patrick motorsport if anyone else wants to know. I was just wondering if there is a way that I could get away with using one of my G-50 pressure plates and modify it to fit with one of those adapter rings.
Thanks again
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