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Cristine is going to get open heart surgry

Yes her motor has to come apart. Went to take her for a drive two weeks ago ,got down the road &she made some valve train noise. Oil pressure was fine but I brought her back. Few days later I drain her oil, oil out of tank real dark but no metal drain the motor same. I take down the sump plate, damm gold mine!! Her motor was rebuilt 15 years ago, it never skipped a beat till last year when I took her to a shop in Santa Fe.Went in for valve adjustment end up with a broken head stud ( Raceware stud ) oh by the way if you want us to repair it that will be $3000 . So I rented a shop for for two weeks $200, relaced them Supertec studs. When I took off the valve covers the insides were covered with dirt some in the cam towers.I had flushed cleaned everything, thought we dodged the bullet . Here' some pic's of her intercooler. More later




Old 03-15-2009, 07:30 AM
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Damn sorry to hear, she's in our prayers Its hard to find good shops, even worse when bad ones cause damage due to neglagence.

Keep us posted!
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Well it's about damn time u showed us pix of that intercooler setup! Sorry that it had to be under these circumstances tho Did u take the cam covers off? Tensioner failure? keep us posted on what u find.

Hey, look at the bright side. 15 years of $hit eating grins aint too bad... you gotta be lusting after more power about now to go with her nasty Gruppe 4 looks. I see the opportunity to justify building a really HOT motor in your future.
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Yes time to pump her up to 400 at the wheels.I have a brand new K28-11RS in the box . Do some head work & intake already have euro CIS head. Ofcorse while Im in there slippery slope.

Time to lite the old cannon ball.



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Is that gold or crank bearings in the drip-pan?
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Nice engine/ tranny jack. Looks like ur gonna 'cook' up something good at Area 51.

So u just 'happened' to have a K28 lying around... sounds like u were just waiting for an excuse
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Yep just had this laying around, here's a better picture of the tag.
Mybe someone could decode these numbers, for me? thanks
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Very interesting. Curious as to why the placement of the intercooler behind the rear wheel, did you buy the car like this -or- did this install yourself? I cannot see any openings in the body work to flow air through the intercooler...or did I miss something? Based on the picture that shows the size of the intercooler with the wastegate infront of it...it looks undersized..?

Educate me.

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The intercooler is set on a angle ,it goes from the bottom of extension to top of fender. Basicly the fender is a tunnel . Works quiet well.
It's bigger than the oil tank. It was in the car when I bought it, but I replumbed it .
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Viva la Turbo Revolucion!!!! Great pix bro.
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Just wondering if someone can decode these numbers on this K28? Thanks in advance.
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Sorry no help on the Turbo numbers, but I vote your engine jack/lift as the most innovative

I struggled with a g'dam ATV lift and a square piece of 3/4 plywood for most of the winter!
The plywood was hiding parts I wanted to touch.

Good luck with your rebuild!

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Just wondering if someone can decode these numbers on this K28?
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This would make a wicked transplant!!!
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Nice to see someone from NM, I am in Santa Fe...most people would offer their expertise...I could bring beer
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georgeinhere...

Congrats on your purchase.. I remember that you were looking for an early 911. Saw your post regarding the Turbo, but assumed it was something already in the stable. Anyway, you've made a great purchase and welcome to the dark side.

Of course the man who brings beer is always welcome!

Turboo934: Good luck with Cristine... the beer should help!


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Best picture...EVAR!!! And I've always had a thing for "Christine"...one of my faves!
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I have always been wanting to run the 930 on the roads around town, not quite the same in an F350 SD. Got a place in Black Lake, just can't seem to quite get out there in the summer... I'll keep my eyes open for your purple beast when I get out there next!

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Yes the beer and you would be welcomed.
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georgeinhere...

Congrats on your purchase.. I remember that you were looking for an early 911. Saw your post regarding the Turbo, but assumed it was something already in the stable. Anyway, you've made a great purchase and welcome to the dark side.

Of course the man who brings beer is always welcome!

Turboo934: Good luck with Cristine... the beer should help!


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Paul,
Thank you...I was looking for something else but this came up and couldn't pass it up! I am new to the Turbo thing but I am learning...slow, slow, slow...oh ****!
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