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A shout out for one of the good guys Lou at Aerodynamics

I've had my '88 Factory slant for almost three years now and while it's a beautiful original car it never ran quite right. Finally, at a PCA event last month at Aerodynamics I met Lou and my search for the right guy to work on my car was over.

Lou brings a knowledge, attention to detail and customer service rarely seen in any profession. He carefully looked over my car and came up with a clear and concise list of items that needed to be addressed. To get all the work done I divided the project over two visits. On the way out of the garage on my second trip up I (fortunately as these things go) had an original fuel line burst. A quick call to Lou to tell him that I wouldn't be making it and while I was pondering my next step, Lou told me not to worry but that he would make the 50 minute trip to my place, repair the line and bring it back to his shop. He's that nice of a guy.

I picked the car up today and for the first time since I bought it I finally got to really experience what these cars are all about. I can't thank Lou enough. If you are in Florida and own a 930 be sure to check him out. You won't be disappointed.

Finally running the way she was intended to.

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Beautiful machine!
What was the problem?
RarlyL8 Motorsports / M&K Exhaust - 911/930 Exhaust Systems, Turbos, TiAL, CIS Mods/Rebuilds
'78 911SC Widebody, 930 engine, 915 Tranny, K27, SC Cams, RL8 Headers & GT3 Muffler. 350whp @ 0.75bar
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Hello Bryan, Several of the common 930 "bugs" but the most significant was the fuel system needed to be flushed and some of the components cleaned and adjusted, This car is in such excellent condition that I would only drive it on special occations as such the problem of E-10 fuel can rear its ugly head, I recommend using some of the fuel stabilizers designed for ethanol and driving the car at least every two weeks, But what a car ! everywhere you look it is showroom fresh.

Ralph , Thank you for your kind words and for entrusting your car to me,

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A close friend of mine had I a similar experience with Lou. He found a wiring problem that was causing my friends 930's computer to blow fuel out of the tail pipes and he found several issues with my 930, some of which could have caused a fire, not to mention just keeping it running up to par. I too have a several stage program with Lou. If you are looking for someone who really knows 930's then Lou is the guy.
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Drop-dead gorgeous color and wheel combo...

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