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  1. Bill Verburg
    05-18-2017 01:45 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    I'm not familiar w/ the issue. Was it the dash mounted climate control unit that was swapped out?
  2. Bill Verburg
    05-18-2017 01:44 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    'm not familiar w/ the issue. Was it the dash mounted climate control unit that was swapped out?
  3. David Schmidt
    05-14-2017 01:27 PM - permalink
    David Schmidt
    Hello Bill: I have a big problem with a Service Manager at a Foreign car repair shop in Jacksonville concerning my 1990 911 Carrera 2 Coupe. They just installed the Left and Right Side A/C Blower Motor's located in the A/C Evaporator...just ahead of the dash under the hood! Instead of calling to say you' re finished, "Tim" said, I need to buy an OEM "Resistor," a computer-looking device that ONLY connects with the 2 A/C Blowers Motors to control them...or work better together! He said there is no Porsche Parts #, but only a Reference #: R62606912...and it had to be bought in Germany as an OEM Part at around $1,300. Do you know what this is...or can you refer me to someone who will know? -David Schmidt
  4. Bill Verburg
    02-09-2017 09:53 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    yes, except for color and bleed/feed location
  5. em78911
    02-09-2017 09:25 AM - permalink
    em78911
    Hey Bill,
    Is the 993 TT caliper ( not the the piston size ) but the caliper bigger in sheer size than a Big black caliper?
  6. pmajka
    09-12-2016 04:14 PM - permalink
    pmajka
    Bill, Hi. I am rebuilding my Andial 3.7 and dont know which part is required for the cylinder to case gasket.
    102mm pistons, 107 mm case bore. There is not surface gasket for the cylinder to case. there is a groove cut in the case, with a rubber O-ring (worn out). the depth and width of the groove is 1.5 - 2mm. Can you help?

    the pic in this thread, of the case bore is about what I am looking at.
    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/911-engine-rebuilding-forum/156741-964-o-ring-fix-update-new-post.html
  7. Bill Verburg
    02-05-2016 02:13 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    I have no experience w/ KW, some folks do seem to like them
    PSS10 are certainly a good choice

    be sure to replace at least the front arm bushes w/ sport rubber versions. The rear can be tightened bu adding a washer to the trailing arm bush to stiffen it up like the 964RS, Elephant has the front bushes and maybe the rear too.
  8. kcooney9
    02-01-2016 11:06 AM - permalink
    kcooney9
    Hi Bill. I've got a 1990 C4 964 in need of a suspension upgrade. I will primarily be driving on the roads around Charleston SC. KW V1 or Bilstein PSS10? I've got 16" D90s on there but I am considering upgrading to 17" in the future. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    Kellen
  9. don gilbert
    04-11-2015 05:22 AM - permalink
    don gilbert
    Hey Bill, looking to do boxter brakes on the rear of my 82sc, Can you please give me a parts list, and where to source parts from? You? The M calipers are just to wore out to build again. Thank, any help would be nice, thanks, Don.
  10. charleskieffner
    03-01-2015 03:16 PM - permalink
    charleskieffner
    Please delete any/all of my subscriptions threads or existence for charleskieffner OR odd job UNO.thank you.

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