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I found someone with a 911/930 dash blank I can recover. OEM He wants about $250... seems comparable to what I've seen on ebay but figured I'd ask if that's within the going rate... after the guy left my car outside for a year my dash is so warmed it split the leather :-(
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ALL.... Thank you for your help to date. If I am off-line for a few days it is not because I'm ignoring you. Got a call at 3am about a serious family emergency so I'm off to the great country of Connecticut to deal with it.
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sorry to hear of your family emergency, Bob - never fun, good luck

Now, if you happen to get this reply and by chance you find yourself up here in Sunny CT with some downtime on your hands - dunno where you'll be in CT, but be encouraged to contact me should you need some 930 motivation...

...you can take mine for a burn 8-)

I'm in the NE corner, 2mi off exit 68 off i84 (UCONN) - 860.490.9808.

Again, good luck otherwise...
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Your dash will relax after cover is removed. They've been known to straighten them to look new so have a good interiors guy look at urs. Front glass needs to be removed to get dashboard out. If seal isn't fresh you'll need a new one.
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If you get a good idea of what parts you need, you may be able to find some of the parts for decent prices at the Hershey swap meet coming up on April 18th.

Are normally aspirated 3.2l heat exchangers usable on a turbo? If so, I have a pair from an '89 3.2, I'd be happy to donate to your project.

I have other misc pieces from a dismantled 3.2 as well so if you find something missing I may be able to help.

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Sorry for the delay guys. My sister passed away and I have been consumed with that and sorting things out for my 93 year old mother who was living with her. Going to be a hectic few weeks!

Here is the "initial" list of parts I need according to the mechanic and what his supplier will provide them for.:

Piston Rings ($300ea) - OUCH
Complete gasket kit Part 930 100 908 02 ($300)
Valve Guides Bronze Phosperous ($15 each) Manganese Bronze $25.00 each
CIF Fuel Injectors (if needed see below) $125 each

Does anyone know a place where I can get the fuel injectors cleaned and checked and also have someone check out the Fuel-Air Distributor? They have been sitting for a while and the concern is that if there is junk in the fuel distro it may need someone whose done them to rebuild it assuming it's clogged.

AS FOR THE HEATER BOXES......

The pipes and manifold on them are good, just the boxes themseves that go around the pipes where the heat is fed into the car are rusted out.... are those something that can be rebuilt?
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We can handle any of your CIS needs.
Don't know of anyone that rebuilds heat exchangers, there are still plenty of used ones on the market in good shape. If performance is desired headers are suggested.
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Agentx,

You really need to start looking up rebuild parts right here through our host.

Example, full set of rings for ALL 6 cylinders are between $925 and $1025, definitely NOT $300 per piston!!!

Best of luck with your project.

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Mark:

I have Glenn at Pelican Parts putting a list together for me now. Looking for some they don't have or for OEM on some of the others.
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Sorry if I missed this, but have you checked to make sure your pistons and cylinders are still all within spec? I'd be sure to check them before buying new rings.
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Good advice on the pistons... He is going to check them before doing he rings.

Anyone know if a 3.2L headers and heaterboxes will work ok on a 3.3L?
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Hey Bob,

I have a good set of the heat exchangers off my '86 I can donate to your project. I have zero use for them. If you want, cover shipping and they're yours.


Kind regards,

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P.S. - 12 year 19K30 here.
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Chris: Tried to send you an email through the BBS but not sure if you received it. Let me know how you would like me to get you the shipping funds and I'll get them right out to you!
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Valve Guides Bronze Phosperous ($15 each) Manganese Bronze $25.00 each
I believe the bronze manganese guides are the ones to use. One other note regarding changing the guides on these cars: I believe there are ones available from the factory or "OE" suppliers that come already reamed for the valve. As I understand it, the correct way to do this is to use guides that are not reamed, presss them in to the head and then ream them precisely for your valve stems. If I recall correctly, the pre-reamed guides lose their shape a bit when they are pressed in, so that the contact area between the valve guide and valve stem is not optimal. This is important because the contact between stem and guide is the means for the valve (particularly exhaust valve) to dissipate heat. You're going to be spending a lot of $ here so you want to make sure its done in the best possible way and you get the maximum mileage from your investment.
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Good advice on the pistons... He is going to check them before doing he rings.

Anyone know if a 3.2L headers and heaterboxes will work ok on a 3.3L?
Yes, but you'll have to port your heads to 38mm and the 41mm countersunk bore for the collars on a 3.2 exhaust. Which is exactly what I did on my car.
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... or you can just cut off the gasket protectors on the Carrera exchangers. The ID of the 930 gasket protector bore is 38mm which matches the Carrera primary ID. Poor man's anti reversion.
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At long last I have the COA for the Porsche! Looks like it is still origional interior and exterior color and the "non-slant" nose is how it came from the factory. Based on this and what some have told me that the non-slant nose may be a bit of an oddity I'm going to try for the "stock" resturation to keep it as original as possible....

Certificate of Authenticity
The Porsche vehicle with the identification number listed below
was manufactured with the following assembly specifications:
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Model Year /Type
1982 911 Turbo Coupe
Production Completion Date
09/16/1981
Manufacturer's Suggested
Retail Price (MSRP)
Information Not Available
Optional Equipment
Equipment for Germany
Bumpers w/ Impact Absorbers
Blaupunkt Radio 'Bamberg'
Manual 2 Point Seat Belts - Rear
Engine Number /Type
67C0139 (M930/60)
Transmission Number /Type
77C0067 (G930/34)
Exterior Paint Color /Code
Wine Red Metallic/Y9
Interior Material Color /Type
Dark Blue Leather/VA
Breakdown Triangle, First Aid Kit
Electric Sunroof
Pirelli Tires
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Hi Agentx,
From the CoA there's no mention of the rear fender vents and box rocker panels. And from your initial picture the box rockers do not look factory. The factory ones had a black cap towards the rear for the jack.

BTW, I'm new to this forum as well so I'm sorry if I'm stepping out of line here! I've been a Porschephile ever since I saw the RUF Yellowbird in R&D and have had various 911s over the years. I've had or had a few turbos over the years and I'm in the process of securing another one. It's a 1979 930 RUF conversion so it will be me second 1979 turbo I've had the privilege to own and since it has RUF goodies, it's like reliving a childhood dream (at least in part).

Have to get going but I will post a few pictures of the car as it sits now and when I get it up to Canada.

I want to thank everyone on the forum and all their invaluable contributions and pictures. I love to mod my cars but as already mentioned, it's a very slippery slope. Drive in good health and enjoy each and every day no matter how much sh!% is out there!

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So could mine be a RUFF MOD car? Any way to research that?
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