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Lincoln, what is the date in June?
Old 01-06-2013, 09:34 AM
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Lincoln:

Great to hear from you !!!!!

One thing we all know for sure is if there is anyone who needs to
be cognoscente of a split second transition from gages back to the
road it's you.

I'm glad you approve of the way the Sled is coming together.
White should have been mandatory on all 930's. The business
part comes from my total disdain for bling, ricer s---, and flash
& trash.

I will be up to see you in June just to shake your hand and drool
on the "other white car"

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"White should have been mandatory on all 930's."

That you can agree on...

We all know, my car has got the coolest color... Sonderwunsch/99 Lesonal 704, matte schwarz.

Since I know cole appreciate useless info in his thread:
Red is the color that bleach out least of the rhodopsin( visual purple) in the eyes. Rhodopsin is what the rods use to enable us to see in the dark.
That is why red is good. Blue, bad.
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Jesper:

My statement about white comes from the fact that some of us
can't afford factory special wishes paint colors. Besides that I'm
color blind. I could only afford fence paint. All the fences in
Indiana are white but I did spring a little extra to buy a quality
brush.

Cole
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2013 Porsche Parade: June 23-29, Traverse City, MI Grand Traverse

PCA Porsche Parade
Parade is the “big” Porsche Club event of the year: our annual national convention. Parade has a potpourri of activities and club members from all across North America come together for this once a year extravaganza to participate in a week of competitive events, to socialize and enjoy their cars, with seminars and tours adding to the event’s variety. For many club members, Parade is their big vacation for the year. It provides them with an opportunity to see new parts of the country as well as to visit with PCA friends that they only see once a year, at Parade!

The term “Parade” evolved in August 1956, when 64 enthusiastic entrants gathered at a suburban Washington, D.C. motel for four days of Porsche enjoyment and friendship. A “parade” of Porsches through the countryside caused everyone to refer to the event as the Parade and the name has stuck. The current size of our convention makes a true parade of cars logistically difficult but we still do it when we can, and it is always a sight to see. Additionally, there are many other events to keep you occupied, please see the other pages in this section to get an idea of all the fun waiting for you.

Besides entrants, representatives from the Porsche factory in Stuttgart, and from Porsche Cars North America also attend, along with numerous automotive-related spokespeople. Porsche Panorama, the official magazine of PCA (and occasionally other national publications) publicize the event and the results.

Any member in good standing is welcome to attend the Parade and enter the four major competitive events. Along with them, CAFP and JPP members may also attend and compete in the four competitive events. CAFP (College Age Family Program) are children of members 18-24 years old. JPP (Junior Participate Program) are children of members who are 16-17 years old. Other immediate family members are also welcome and encouraged to attend, however they may not enter the four major events. Complete details on entrant eligibility may be found in the Parade Competition Rules.

Parades are typically held in the summer, and each year the Parade moves to a different part of the country. Locations range from downtown locales to remote resort areas. Each year is unique. If you would like to see a Parade in your local area, please contact the National Parade Committee Chair

The Parade is a full week of fun that contains everything great about PCA. Come out and enjoy the party!
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Jesper:

My statement about white comes from the fact that some of us
can't afford factory special wishes paint colors. Besides that I'm
color blind and I could only afford fence paint. All the fences in
Indiana are white but I did spring a little extra to buy a quality
brush.

Cole
Cole, how come when reading the above and thinking about you, I am suddenly reminded of this? Hilarious, I think.

Monty Python - Four Yorkshiremen - YouTube



White is the new black, you know.
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Jesper:

That was stellar !!!!!!!

I have saved it and I'm going to send it to my friends in "The Home"

God, I'm glad those old days are over, I always hated it when we
had to eat our pets !!!


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Spenny:

Here are a couple pic of what the hinges look like.

They are made in stainless steel from TRE

Cole
Cheers Cole, wow, they certainly do open up the engine bay!

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Well the Sled fires up and moves forward and backwards but there is still
snow and no tail, first time I've ever had a no tail issue.

Anyway I'm still waiting and getting very anxious so I'm finalizing everything
in the engine compartment for the last time. Thought I would post pics. of
some of the off the wall s--- I did as it may help anyone else sick enough to
try this at home.

When I installed the MSD I added an electrical terminal board on the original
rear relay panel to accomodate the MSD wiring. At the same time I relocated
the accumulator and filter for easier access.




This worked out well but created an issue of how to protect everything due
to the fact the original cover no longer fit. I cut up an old expansion tank from
under the bench and created an extension that now covers the MSD terminal
board.




I added 2 MAP sensors, a seperate vacuum manifold, a 100 psi fuel system
pressure gage, and braided fuel lines. The MAP's were mounted on the tub rail and
the vacuum manifold was bolted to the manifold and is fed directlt from the
vacuum source below the TB




The braided fuel lines run from the filter / accumulator across the fire wall
and over to the relocated CIS. The Y fitting and dual fuel lines are the CIS
returne lines. The small black tube in the pic is a cartridge type in line filter
for the turbo scavange pump. The internal screen filter catches any coked oil
granuals that might get into the scavange line from the turbo oil circuit and keep
them from contaminating the main oil tank.




The fuel lines terminate at the relocated CIS in the right rear of the engine
compartment. This relocation allows the air/fuel flow distance to the turbo to
be shortened by 10 fold.




Finally everything is buttoned up and ready to rock and roll we are just waiting
for a Tail to cover this all up !!!!!! SOON !!!!!!




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first time I've ever had a no tail issue
Nice!

Thanks for the update....also in eager anticipation of drier and warmer days
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Looking sweet Cole:-) Me like much :-)
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Looks great Cole! I was thinking you might get a mild winter this year as my Brother-in-Law moved to Jackson. But he got a late snowing, and it looks like more to come? But nevertheless stay warm and dream of redline!

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No tail? -strange - I guess that just calls for more manual labor, in the rear compartment.

It all looks fantastic. I especially like the inline oil filter. I remember you and JFairman talking about that some time ago.
I need to do that some day
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Jeremy:

I'm realy jonsen for warm and dry !!!!!

Trond:

And me like the 914-6 much !!!!

Jerry:

Always great to hear from you bud !!!! I assume your referring to Jackson Mi.
They have about the same weather as I do here. I'm about 20 miles from the
Mich. line due south. We always get that freeze thaw nasty ass mud stuff this
time of year. Next month we will start getting a few good days in the high 40's.
Gives me time to remember all I forgot to check before I try the road test.

You need to post some pics of your new console project, I always enjoy seeing
your work. Hope all is well with you !!!! lots of pics !!!!!

Jesper:

I used a Moroso in line screen filter with 6AN fittings. You can get them from
Summit for about $35.00 Just come off the scavenge outlet to the filter and from
the filter outlet dump it into the side of the crankcase breather with a 6AN
to 1/2 NPT fitting. I have a spare mounting bracket around here someplace that
I would be glad to donate to the project. If you send me your address I would
be glad to send it !!!! I may have some of the 6AN fittings you would need and I
could send along my 1/2 inch pipe tap so you don't have to buy one.


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Cole, I think I'll take you up on that offer.
I might even have some -6 fittings from an abandoned fuel line project I can use.

I am headed to key west with the family, life is tough

I will get back to you in about a week

Appreciate the help - again.
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Jesper:

While your sunning in Key West I'll put on another heavy blanket and
put as much of a package as I can gather to get you going when you get
back. Wishing you a great time with the family, enjoy !!!!!

Cole
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Nice going Cole! I'm wondering about the fuel filter and accumulator being mounted sideways. Does it matter about the orientation of the accumulator for it to work properly? I'm not familiar with the innards of the accumulator. Just thinking out loud and maybe you can help me sleep better tonight.
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Mikie:

Sorry for the delay in responding, I was out of town.

It would probably be best if I waited until 3 or 4 in the morning as that's the
normal time we have serious Porsche discussions. Just kidding !!!!

As far as the placement and position of the accumulator. The accumulator
has to be the first component after the rear fuel pump. The accumulator has
two male fittings on the top / diaphragm end. the fitting furthest to the outside
edge is the inlet from the fuel pump and the second fitting nearest the center
is the outlet S pipe that connects to the fuel filter. The fuel filter is directional
and will have an arrow on the side to indicate the direction of flow.

The accumulator serves two functions (1) the diaphragm inside the top acts
like a dampener for the pulses created by the incoming fuel pump pressure
to smooth the flow before it continues to the fuel head regulator. and (2) a
special type check valve will hold pressure in the accumulator for 5-20
minutes after the engine is turned off. This is used so when a hot engine is
turned off the fuel will have a tendency to evaporate. With the accumulator
maintaining pressure in the system for that time period the loss of fuel to
vaporization is avoided.

Because of the residual pressure there is no specific required position that
the accumulator and/or the filter has to be mounted in. While testing my fuel
pump installations and testing for leaks I pressurized the system to 100psi
and then bled off the pressure down to 40 PSI and left it there. It was actually
5-7 days before the pressure dropped all the way down.

You be well buddy and I'll be waiting for ya in June !!!!

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Just looks awesome, Cole.
Well done.
We have a small forum down here in Australia.
Your car even gets talked about half way round the world.
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So, I am starting to wonder what you are going to do when this project is done and dusted Cole??
All the best
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