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  1. Jakester1168
    06-07-2014 04:50 PM - permalink
    Jakester1168 you think this is a good deal for my 911?...I need to replace my cat as it has a hole in it from the track incident 3 years ago
    This thread is located at:
  2. grsilvia
    12-31-2012 06:40 PM - permalink
    Good Evening and Happy New Years Eve,

    I happened upon your post from June 2011 to sell 964 power steering components. So, just a shot in the dark, but do you still have the power steering pump gear (pulley) that attaches to the cam shaft? part number 96414718104.

    Thank you for your time.

    Gary Silvia
  3. Arnage
    12-27-2012 05:45 AM - permalink
    I happened across pictures of your IROC style 911 on the mid-year thread. I just wanted to say that is a bueatiful car. I owned two IROC style cars in the past; one Mike Bruns and I built. Hope you are still enjoying that car. Best, Art
  4. JeremyD
    10-26-2012 04:11 PM - permalink
    You can use harnesses with the stock seats (the ones you probably saw the picture of were probably the G-Force version) - BUT - you also have to use the original seat belts with stock seats.

    Your options are

    Stock seats and roll bar and original seat belts


    Stock seats and harnesses and roll bar and stock seat belts


    Race seats and Harnesses and roll bar.

    I had these in before they started clamping down on the rule.
  5. mikeycfl
    10-26-2012 02:16 PM - permalink
    Jeremy, I have an 87 Cab, just bought a bolt-in rollbar, and want to set it up for occasional DE this winter. Were your seats stock on your cab, and if so, what harness package did you use to meet PCA rules? PCA says I need a harness with a roll-bar, but i'd like to keep my stock seats for now anyway. Thanks Mike
  6. Phares
    04-01-2012 06:44 AM - permalink
    I spent 2 hours reading through your thread on the blue monster. Very informative! I had a question about the engine mounts you upgraded . Can you swap them one at a time without any additional engine/tanny support, or is that something I should have the shop do? Thanks. I also have a 74 911, so your posts were especially insightful. Thanks.
  7. JeremyD
    03-28-2012 06:52 AM - permalink
    I used the 3.6 tin and filled in the heater duct and fitted to mate to the earlier engine carrier
  8. cdill
    03-28-2012 06:45 AM - permalink

    I just spent some time going through your thread on your complete project including the 3.6 swap. WOW!!

    I am about to take on the 3.6 swap with the help of a friend in my 83 SC and was hoping that you may be able to tell me what engine tin you are using on your car. I have a set of 3.0 tin that I was going to cut to fit, but I have also heard that the 3.6 tin fits with only needing to modify only one of the tins. Curious what your experience was.



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