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930 Transmission serial numbers/cut out

Well I'm getting ready to change the transmission oil in my 1982 Euro 930 and adjust the clutch. I wanted to reach out to you guys to confirm serial numbers and casing access.

I have attached a photo of the serial number 77C0271 (G930/34), and have a question about the cut out on the casing housing into the clutch. What is the purpose of the cut out? Is it to inspect the pressure plate/clutch/throw out bearing.

Any info would be much appreciated.

Bob
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Bob,

The purpose of the window is to allow visual inspection to ensure that the clutch release fork is properly engaged in the throwout bearing groove when you reattach the transmission to the engine.
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Dennis - Thanks for the feedback. Also from the literature I have been reading this is a 915 transmission correct?

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If it is the model you stated, G930/34, that is not a 915.
It is a 4 speed 930 trans, which is what came with all 930's through 88. The 915 was never stock for a 930.
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Thanks for the clarification. I'm planning on using SWEPCO 201 in the 930 transmission. Should take aprox 1 gal correct?
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Yes, approx. 1 gallon.

I use Swepco 201 and it works great for me.

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Hello Pelicans,
I write you from Leonberg near stuttgart. Porsche has recommended me for my 86 "930 the transmission oil of: Fuchs-Titan Supergear HYP 75W-90 SYN.-GL5.
Dominik
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Dominic does your 1986 have a limited slip differential ..... sperrdiff? Does this gear oil have the additives required for the diff? I could not find one called supergear in 75w-90, I found the below 2.

http://www.fuchsbenelux.com/products/titan-sintopoid-sae-75w-90

http://www.fuchsbenelux.com/products/titan-sintopoid-ls-sae-75w-90

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Hello Pelicans,
I write you from Leonberg near stuttgart. Porsche has recommended me for my 86 "930 the transmission oil of: Fuchs-Titan Supergear HYP 75W-90 SYN.-GL5.
Dominik
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