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  1. Bill Verburg
    02-09-2017 09:53 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    yes, except for color and bleed/feed location
  2. em78911
    02-09-2017 09:25 AM - permalink
    Hey Bill,
    Is the 993 TT caliper ( not the the piston size ) but the caliper bigger in sheer size than a Big black caliper?
  3. pmajka
    09-12-2016 04:14 PM - permalink
    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.
  4. 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.
  5. kcooney9
    02-01-2016 11:06 AM - permalink
    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.

  6. 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.
  7. charleskieffner
    03-01-2015 03:16 PM - permalink
    Please delete any/all of my subscriptions threads or existence for charleskieffner OR odd job UNO.thank you.
  8. Bill Verburg
    02-03-2015 11:44 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    There may be one, I'm not as familiar w/ 964 but for the early 993s the immobilizer was an option.

    If there is check for one of the following
    these were the early immobilizer option codes

    again i'm not that familiar w/964 options but on the 993 there is a separate fob w/ button.

    If there is an immobilizer you either need to install a non immobilizer chip & the relay bypass

    If it's immobilized a 993 looks for a latching signal at pin 27 of the DME
  9. chevy62
    02-03-2015 06:52 AM - permalink

    Sorry for bothering you but as I searched through forums you are by far the most capable of answering my please help.
    I am trying to bring back from the dead a 1989 964 Porsche .It has been in an accident and now I am trying to start the engine to see if it is worth rebuilding the car .

    So far I have crank but no spark and no fuel pump....sound familiar I know .
    Checked grounds at DME pin 14,19,24 and positive at pin 18 and 37 with ign on .
    checked 5v on speed reference sensor ,checked 500-600 ohm at ref sensor.

    Still no spark .

    Is there a factory immobilizer on the DME ???Like on the 993 ?

    On the left side of steering column on the dash panel I have a small potrusion that has 2 small contacts inside visible and a small red dot or led .Is this a port for a deactivating fob?
    I got the car with one key and no fob so...steve wong is my way?Like you did on you 993.

    Any suggestions are welcomed

    Best regards,
  10. Bill Verburg
    12-20-2014 05:34 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    I had my Kinesis and Forgelines painted by their respective manufacturer

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