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George: If you get up to Taos we could go to Eske's for a brew. Would love to see your Turbo,PM me.This week end the motor will be out, see how bad. Thanks for all your support.:
Old 03-18-2009, 07:21 PM
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Who does cleaning of oil coolers I have three that will need cleaning. Are there any aircraft motor builders in Denver?
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Who does cleaning of oil coolers I have three that will need cleaning. Are there any aircraft motor builders in Denver?
Not in Denver, but lots of folks have used these guys (Pacific Oil Cooler):
http://www.oilcoolers.com/
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Thanks Sand_man. Is this the same company that was in Elsagundo by LAX?
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What Jeff said. Good call on using Pacific Oil Coolers. They did my tank as well when I spun a bearing. It came back like new

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Well yesterday we had a foot of snow.

My 3 year heeler, Shakira had 7 pup's 10 weeks ago. Snow was pretty much gone by the end of the day. Back to Cristine,


[img]http://forums.pelicanparts.com/uploads14/P10002431238251422.jpg[/img

She sure had pretty colored pipe.Lots to do.
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SCHWEEEEEEEEEEETness - gawd do I love that Pinup.
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Well the motor she is out , I opened the valve covers hoping to see a loose rocker arm. No such luck, so it's a bearing.




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I still say this is the most advanced engine jacking stand on earth for a 930!
I used an ATV jack with plywood, not conducive to accessing exhaust stuff with engine out



Ps…are they real or fake? Cristine’s that is!
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They 'd be real . I made it from mostly old leftover Porsche parts and a old motor yoke. You can balance the motor & trans and it will lift the motor to the stand.
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You gotta post specs on that engine lifting marvel sometimes before Nov Turboo934!
I suspect my engine will come out for a new clutch by then

Good luck on your rebuild!
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Hi there, have unrelated question. I do remember someone asking some' similar, but I curious about Cristine's butt. I mean hips. I mean flares.
As I understand they are bolt on, right? Do you have to cut fender lip to attach 'em? Those goes on top of a regular flare? Can you enlighten bit on this topic. I have a wheels I like to use, but mines 930 'hips" ain't wide enough. Rubber sticking approx 1 to 1.5 inches on each side.

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Yes you have to cut the fender to apply the 934 flairs.Not recomened for the faint of heart.
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Cutting is no problem.
Problem is I don't want to cut.
Thanks for answer.
Will fallow Cristines surgery as well will be exploring my options....
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Looked inside cam towers and intakes all looks good.I'll be splitting the case this weekend, hope the crank isn't damaged too bad. Anyone have a 3.0 crank just in case?


Notice how I swapped 2&5 on the fuel head like the 934's did.

All look like this
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OK, I'll bite. What does swapping 2 & 5 on the fuel head do for you?

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Update on Cristine's surgery, split the case yesterday. #1 rod bearing is bad and some wear on mains. I will have to check paper work to see if crank was turned before, I know the case was line bored. So I'm looking for a 3.0 turbo crank or a Carrera 3.0, big plus having the doc's on your car. Seems to be alot of contamination inside, when I removed the through bolts the oil smelled burnt. Motor never showed signs of overheating , I don't get it? I will post the pixs when I get them down loaded off my camera.
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Every time that I think about going to Taos, it decides to snow...wtf? Haven't had a second to take the car out and been working long hours. I scored some speedline Ruf wheels (8/10s) for my car as well as an exhaust...we need to get together!
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Yeah I know woke up this morning 6" of snow four hours later and it's still snowing.Bechin on the rims lot easier to find tires for than my 15's.What kind exhaust did you get? I hope something loud, love Turbo's on the pipe.
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Che, why was the case line bored and crank turned on the prior rebuild? I thought both the 3.0 turbo/carrera cases and cranks were some of the most robust made. Does line boring once preclude doing it again? I hope u dont need a case...i recently looked around for either a 3 turbo or carrera case for a future project a while back, and had a tough time locating one.
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