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On the 930, no need relays with 5 pins, because pin 87b aren't connected. So for the fuel pumps two normal relays with 4-pin relay are perfect. To avoid making large modifications to your fuse box, you must add a fuse for each pump between relay terminals 87 and the + of each pump ... It would be a pity to denature a RUF
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Thank you Yoda for your explanations,
My box with fuses and relay is going to be completely "modernized" and changed place, it will be installed under the windscreen driver's side. It is an electrician who makes the assembly, I know well that I shall not be any more with the assembly of origin "930" but I wish to enhance reliability at best of my BTR.
Thus if I understood well, there was only a single cubic relay on your former TurboR and I I have cylindrical two of it in 5 brooches, it is simpler on 993.
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I put the carbon front fender and the carbon bumper, with the metal back of the metal headlight, to make the 993 oil Radiator fixings ...and think about the passage of the right turn signal and right fog lights with this new radiator.It will be necessary to modify the 993 original oil radiator support, to adapt it on the 911, so that it is hermetic.
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This is the miraculous product that I use to make new plastics, as on the first day. It nourishes the plastics in depth and gives them a new appearance.







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I connect the DME of the 993 and it's very complicated. I want to be able to access the DME memory for fault diagnostics. I also do some finishing so that everything works perfectly







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