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I'll let you know when i'm next there, i'd come over in my 930 but the ferry is something like 17hrs and a flight is only about an hour and a half.
I really feel for you guys with the tax situation, it really stinks! But you do have some lovely roads, and they are nice and quiet, i've had a lot of fun driving his Integrale out there!
Will look forward to a ginger cookie
If you enjoy golf maybe we can grab a round at Lübker, i'm really very poor at golf but my brother loves it and it's a nice way to spend a few hours!
Do you and your mates go to Le Mans?
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Old 12-06-2009, 07:00 AM
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I'll let you know when i'm next there, i'd come over in my 930 but the ferry is something like 17hrs and a flight is only about an hour and a half.
I really feel for you guys with the tax situation, it really stinks! But you do have some lovely roads, and they are nice and quiet, i've had a lot of fun driving his Integrale out there!
Will look forward to a ginger cookie
If you enjoy golf maybe we can grab a round at Lübker, i'm really very poor at golf but my brother loves it and it's a nice way to spend a few hours!
Do you and your mates go to Le Mans?
I will pm you, so we don't bother other Porsche mates, with our conversation

Best regards
Jesper
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Old 12-06-2009, 07:21 AM
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Jesper, here is a Y-assembly option for you.
We also build 930 systems based on SSI heat exchangers. The Y-assembly that we use for that system can be adapted to what you have. You would need to cut off your SSI just after the collector on each side and either add a V-band flange or we can bump up the ID of the secondary pipe to make a slip joint.
The ID of this system is 2" and the waste gate position is similar to stock for the '78-on exchangers with J-pipe.


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RarlyL8's Y assembly on SSI's

Brian put together pretty much the same system for me using the Y and SSI combo...and this is how is came together. I upgraded the turbo to a K 27 7200 and the wastegate to a 46mm Tial. This system has worked wonderfully for me. The workmanship is stellar. The main difference is that my SSI's are flat blacked as opposed to stainless. The heat exchangers are primo in the cold weather.

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Yes yes yes yes, thats just what I need. Brian, maybe you could ship the Y-junction tube along Christians heat exchangers?

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