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  1. Pinoy911SC
    04-17-2014 05:03 AM - permalink
    Pinoy911SC
    Patrick,
    Does this company have a place in the Bay Area to purchase? I'm originally from Nor Cal (Sac. Town). I'm in the military now stationed overseas and my car is in storage in Sac but my little sister lives in Millbrae. I won't do any track with the car. Just a daily driver looking for a little more power. Also who's the best Porsche shop in the Bay Area? My car has been sitting in storage for the last 3 years. It's developed leaks underneath. I think it's even leaking from where the cylinders connect to the case but not sure. I just want to get the engine re-sealed. I can probably do it myself but if the price is reasonable enough, I'd rather save my time and have someone do it. The engine was rebuilt by me and my dad in 2007. I've been deployed and stationed overseas since then. Rebuild only has about 4000 miles on it but the leaks are irritating.
  2. Pinoy911SC
    03-29-2014 11:48 AM - permalink
    Pinoy911SC
    Patrick, not sure how old your thread is on the OBX but I'm debating the header issue now,. How have the OBXs held up. Where did you buy them? I like the price and I'm assuming they would bolt up to some s pipes. Thanks for any info you can give.
  3. brainfart
    11-08-2009 08:03 AM - permalink
    brainfart
    Hey Patrick,
    I came across your thread regarding obx headers; I have a brand new set of obx headers, but also have a very clean set of 1974 heat exchangers. I cant decide if I want the additional noise of the headers(is it that much louder) since the car will probably never see the track, or go with the heat exchangers. Going with the headers, will still require a muffler shop because the headers are too short, and don’t reach the Dansk muffler. This will cost an additional 400.00, unless they make an extension from the short header to the oem muffler.

    Any suggestions?
  4. PatrickB
    01-19-2009 10:44 PM - permalink
    PatrickB
    please do...
    bott63@yahoo.com
  5. Porschetimmi1
    01-17-2009 01:05 AM - permalink
    Porschetimmi1
    Hello, this is Sven from Germany,
    I can understand, that you doubt about my story, can a intelligent man be so stupid to send so much money without getting a car?
    Yes it can be!
    So if you are interested, I can send you the mailing of the last 3 months between me and Jason and then you can decide and you can tell the community!
    Let me know if you are interested!
    Have a great weekend!
    Greetings from Sven

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