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  1. Porsche84
    12-11-2012 02:26 PM - permalink
    Hey Kevin

    Saw your post on 7:31. The prices seem to be all over the place. What's your oninion on what a good 7:31 is worth?

    I did buy one for $300 but haven't seen it yet. I offered a guy 500 for one and he seemed insulted. I am hoping to buy 3 of them.

  2. roadster49
    10-31-2012 12:30 PM - permalink
    I have a 83 sc will this work? it is all stock. I may take both. any room on price?
  3. earossi
    09-28-2012 09:08 AM - permalink

    A while ago you gave me a steer to the machine shop in St. Charles. I did take my cylinders in there for miking and had them magniflux and polish the crank that just came out of my 993. I dealt with Kim and the who ordeal was very positive. Thanks for the recommendation.

  4. buckhunter101
    02-16-2012 07:55 PM - permalink
    Hey KTL saw you and in your neck of the woods Plainfield, IL. would like to ask a few questions about an engine rebuild im in the process of.
  5. Alex973
    01-16-2012 06:23 AM - permalink
    hi did you sell the 930 brake pads? please let me know
  6. dennis911
    01-11-2012 02:49 PM - permalink
    Hello Kevin, how much are you looking to spend on Thermostat and oil filter adapter ?
  7. john van dyke
    12-26-2011 01:01 PM - permalink
    john van dyke
    Hello K. I have 1987 carrera with blown rubber center clutch. Bruce andeson in this month Dec. issue 197 write about 1987 rubber center clutch [ he likes] He says to use a longer throw out bearing guide tube [ 950 116 813 30 ] and a throw out bearing fron 944 [944 116 08001 ] I have the 930 clutch disk and the updated throw out bearing [ 950 116 080 08 ] and matching throw out bearing guide tube [ no part number ] but about 145mm long from surface of trans. What did you use. Does it rattle much. I don't like the rubber center much failed in big way at 160000 mile. thnks john van dyke is Anderson talking about some other clutch combo.
  8. Kazeo
    01-07-2011 08:19 PM - permalink
    I too am looking at some 993 wheels to fit my 1987 911 and you have talked of two ways to do this... What would be the best way to do this? Where would you get these parts?
  9. BertPage
    08-23-2010 06:39 PM - permalink
    Hello Kevin,

    Back a few months ago you posted on a thread ( ) for a space saver spare for sale.

    Any chance you still have it?


    Ashley Page
  10. KTL
    03-26-2009 05:40 AM - permalink
    Are you referring to the pin on the 911 3.2 flywheel or a BMW flywheel? Reason I mention BMW is because I believe i've posted on the Porsche forum about my BMW 325E "race car" woes. I tried a search for cabiro 911 and got nothing.....

    I recall from memory the pins for both flywheels are the same size? I think it is M5 coarse thread. Any steel set screw should work, meaning it doesn't have to be a "special" screw. I'd check your local hardware store for some metric set screws and I bet they'll have the M5 thread size you need.

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