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  1. ClickClickBoom
    06-26-2017 08:32 PM - permalink
    Hey Steve,
    Thinking of picking up a 915/67 for my scooter. Is there anything that can be determined by a visual/hand inspection on a trans out of the car? Thinking that a basic refresh of the synchros and possibly a Guard, just to keep things silly. If it was shipped to you how much "roughly" for the above. Obviously it's impossible to know the real details until it's cracked open. Would you consider a 80k mile trans a core, and what value would you estimate? I know P-car transmissions aren't cheap to buy or rebuild, just trying to get an idea.
    Thanks, hope all is well with you!
    F-W P149D guy....
  2. crashmy911
    03-25-2015 10:31 AM - permalink
    Steve you where right. Took muffler off and engine made 241 at wheels and over 200ft pounds torque.
  3. gtilove
    05-31-2012 09:08 PM - permalink
    Hi Steve,

    If you have some time Sat evening, it would be great if you could stop by at the BBQ.

    Toby Pond
    6325 N. Villard Ave.
    Portland, OR 97217

  4. Eric Hahl
    10-27-2010 08:49 AM - permalink
    Eric Hahl
    Yo Steve, Amy and I are finally moved in and are having a house warming party. Here is the invite my wife made, hope to see ya'll there...

    WE’RE HAVING A housewarming PARTY!

    Saturday, Nov. 6, 1:00 pm

    Join us for a late lunch/early dinner. We’ll provide burgers & fixin’s,
    a bucket cake & an assortment of beverages.

    Please bring a dish to share & BYOB if you want something specific to drink.

    Please RSVP.

    Amy 360-921-3091

    Eric 503-559-0282

    2401 SE 362nd Ave, Washougal WA 98671

    Head east on Hwy 14, to 32nd St.
    Left onto 32nd St. (by the lumberyard)
    Drive about 3.5 miles on 32nd St (it changes names several times)
    Follow the road; it does a hard right & turns into 20th St.
    At 357th Ave. keep going straight (east)
    Right on 362nd Ave.
    Second driveway on the left is our driveway
  5. Steve@Rennsport
    10-14-2010 03:04 PM - permalink
    Start out at 33/36, cold.

    Take care,
  6. oregonmon
    10-14-2010 12:46 PM - permalink
    Hi Steve,
    It's been a while, unfortunately, since I've been to the Beers and Burgers. Hope to make it soon, but I'm currently taking a wine course every Wednesday night to broaden my wine knowledge.
    Been tinkering away with the 79 911 and finally replaced the oil return tubes which stopped a leak that has been lingering for a while. Couple other little things here and there.
    Last autox is this Sunday and was curious if you had any opinion on tire pressures for 16" 205/225 street tire pressures.
    I've read some posts and there of course is a billion opinions, Dave at Pelican Parts says that street tires tend to like a little higher pressures. True?
    In the past I've tried to keep them around factory recommendations and it seems to work while letting air out as they heat up.
    Anyways, hope to see you soon for an alignment and corner balance after I replace some bushings and torsion bars.
    Take care.
  7. Steve@Rennsport
    05-04-2010 10:22 PM - permalink
    Aye aye, Sir.
  8. myamoto1
    05-04-2010 07:03 PM - permalink
    Hi Steve - Next beer n burgers is fine (13th - next Thursday).

  9. herr_oberst
    03-12-2010 04:54 AM - permalink
    HI Steve. We talked yesterday about corner balancing my car, We should set up a time for that. "Oh By The Way", how much will that cost.

    Also, do you have any experience with getting collapsible spares off the rim without damage, and remounting them onto different (ie 928) rims?
  10. Steve@Rennsport
    01-04-2009 05:51 PM - permalink

    I think you have multiple issues,....

    1) A catch can has no connection to how Webers will run. Thats only for dealing with crankcase and oil tank breathing and a catch can or tank breather is recommened. Without seeing your installation, I cannot offer anything further,..

    2) Popping & backfiring is carb-related and you need to go through the whole installation and setup to solve that one. This means close attention to details such as clean fuel, fuel pressure, float level, and proper jetting. Further, the ignition system must be in PERFECT operating order and the valves all adjusted properly.

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