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  1. davidvenier91
    04-12-2015 08:26 AM - permalink
    when will my post be approved?
  2. MPDano
    03-30-2014 10:01 AM - permalink
    Wrong profile Tony.
  3. Tony928
    03-29-2014 08:33 PM - permalink
    hi. i'm from elkhart too. i've seen you on here a lot, and ive probably seen you driving around town. there's a few 928's that cruise elkhart. ...thought i'd say hi.
  4. MPDano
    03-02-2014 12:05 PM - permalink
    They bought the 928 forum down. They must have saw it as well.
  5. JhwShark
    03-02-2014 07:25 AM - permalink

    I do not know who is sys admin but I got a malware warning for some embeded url on a page:
    Infection: URL:Mal

    This happened a couple of times...might want to notify sysadmin of a possible infection

  6. rastapapa
    02-03-2014 12:35 PM - permalink
    Hi, Cant figure out how to PM you, but I saw yor awesome post for new intake hoses using for of the MB 1170940382 hoses and two couplers. Can you tell me more about those couplers? Who makes them? Do you know the size? How do I find them? It looks great!
  7. MPDano
    01-02-2014 07:21 AM - permalink
    Hi Swordfish,

    Lets troubleshoot this on open forum. I answer your post.

  8. swordfish767
    01-02-2014 05:21 AM - permalink
    Hi, I am new here, found your threads and decided to ask for help...
    bought 1982 porsche 928 euro spec and started with cleaning the fuel tank, bought new filter, cleaned all filters in WUR and CIS, cleaned the CIS and installed new seals.
    After all the car started from the first try, but just for few seconds and died.
    What the reason could be?
    Thank you in advance.
  9. MPDano
    12-09-2013 07:58 AM - permalink
    Hi Roger,

    I would post this out to our forum. Not much to add but if you make that hole on the hatch. Make it the size of rubber hole plug that you can purchase at any hardware store. I really can't remember the bolt pitch size, but just bring the existing bolt to match pitch. Unless they were nuts originally as I do remember having to drill out some of those and tap. Sorry, it's been awhile since I worked on the Euro.

  10. Pboden
    12-09-2013 07:50 AM - permalink

    Planing to mount a S4 wing on a 928 old body and I do appreciate your pictures on the forum. You write that you found a better way to mount the wing using allen bolts and it will be better since you won't need to make such a large hole on the bottom side of the Rear Hatch.
    Can you please deepen that out for me ? Any picture of what you mean, maybe ?


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