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  1. speedy
    08-28-2014 07:05 AM - permalink
    hey bill, that looks so nice I have to do one too!! please email me a pdf version.
  2. paganrj
    08-25-2014 01:00 PM - permalink
    Hi Bill,
    I just saw your schematics today, they are great. I wonder if you can share with me the ones you have from '86 930. My email is
  3. spoke
    08-24-2014 10:19 AM - permalink
    Hey Bill,

    Please email the schematic with the deleted emissions equipment for the 930.

  4. DossMan
    06-27-2014 10:14 AM - permalink
    Hi Bill,
    Outstanding simplified schematic. Could you please email me a pdf for the '88 911. Many thanks!
    Richard (DossMan) Doss
  5. wilkrod
    12-16-2013 11:07 AM - permalink
    Hi Bill,
    Could you please send me an e-mail with a Visio version of your electrical schcematic?
    Thanks much
  6. Beckxt
    08-25-2013 12:02 AM - permalink
    Hi Bill ,

    My e-mail address would be
    Very kind of you to put this on the Internet and looking forward to complete my trunk with it !

    Thanks a lot
  7. spence88mph
    12-26-2010 10:02 PM - permalink
    Hey Mate, thanks a lot for the reply, I thought I would get notified but didn't, thought you must be busy but just check and viola! So does this oil contain that additive that everyone is freaking out about though? Seems too easy if available at super cheap!! thanks for the info!!
  8. billjam
    12-17-2010 04:09 PM - permalink
    I went through a stage a couple of years ago where I had quite severe coking of oil in the turbo with Shell Helix Ultra. It is fully synthetic and according to their data sheets, it is suitable - WRONG!
    After some research, I settled on Penrite HPR30 20W-60. It is specifically designed to suit "conventional turbocharged and supercharged petrol engines where 20W-50 grades are specified in the owner's handbook."
    Super Cheap Auto and Repco sell it.

    Since using this oil, I haven't had any sign of coking. It stopped overnight!
    Check out these two threads. They are primarily related to oil coking, but some useful info.

  9. spence88mph
    12-16-2010 12:41 PM - permalink
    Hey Bill, just wondering what oil you use in your turbo? Getting good oils over here isn't easy! cheers Spence.
  10. billjam
    10-29-2010 06:55 PM - permalink
    Lights are all sorted.
    I picked up a used pair from Brisbane and a new LHD pair from US on eBay. Then I ordered two new RHD lenses for them from Design 911 in UK.

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  • About billjam
    Perth, Western Australia
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    1988 Carrera - 3.6 engine (with ITBs, COPs, MS3X) and a whole set of turbo body panels waiting in the attic.
    Day job ...
    Memories: '68 912, '72 911T, '80 911SC, '84 911, '85 930, '86 930, '87 911


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