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  1. drift a 944
    11-04-2016 08:37 AM - permalink
    drift a 944
    Sold. Thank you
  2. cstreit
    12-29-2015 05:49 AM - permalink
    I ran 964 brakes for a while and then later 993 ones when I switched to 17" wheels. I can't quite remember who made the 964 kit, I'm sure I must have posted about it in the racing forum some years ago though.
  3. tom1394racing
    11-10-2014 07:19 AM - permalink
    I will check my source.

    Email me at to follow up.

    Tom Butler
  4. tom1394racing
    01-21-2013 03:13 AM - permalink
    I do not have any. Try Gary Fairbanks Co. in Norwalk CT.
  5. tom1394racing
    10-25-2010 03:25 PM - permalink

    You really have to do the measurements to check deck ht, CR and piston to valve clearance.

    The normal process id to have the lower end complete and then to do a dry assembly of the P&C plus heads to find CR, Deck ht and piston to valve clearance.

    The process is well documented in Wayne's book.

    Call me at 860-342-1474 if you have further questions.

    Tom Butler
  6. da Vinci Dan
    07-28-2010 03:03 PM - permalink
    da Vinci Dan
    Awsome - let me know when you are up my way. My wife (porsche freak) said she would like to meet you. Pocono is great this time of year.

    Dan - 610-331-5590
  7. tom1394racing
    02-28-2010 09:42 AM - permalink

    The P&C set total was $800 plus shipping. You've already given me $500, you owe another $330 to include the shipping.

    My pay pal is:

    or you can send a check to:

    Tom Butler
    79 Appletree Lane
    Portland, CT 06480

    Let me know how you plan to pay and I'll get the set ready to go.

    Tom Butler
  8. crashmy911
    12-27-2008 03:13 AM - permalink
    Princeton is dooable. But the drive will kill you.
  9. Jeron
    07-14-2008 08:30 AM - permalink
    I just noticed your message. I dont AX much anymore, mostly DE. The simplest rule is to keep the hot pressure below 40 for street tires and even lower for R-comps. Especially for AX, you will need to bleed pressure down after a couple of runs. I usually start in the low 30's cold or even less if outside temp is high.

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