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Engine compartment clean up

When my engine was out for the gearbox work I had the fan and housing cerakoted and some of the hardware cleaned up. Not a concours engine bay but a big improvement over what it was!


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Looks dynamite!
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Very nice!
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Sweet, especially your fan.
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Well done !
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Nice and tidy, great job!
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Beautiful! Who did your fan and housing?

(BTW, it looks concours to me...)
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Looks great. Now you just need one of these
Plastic Cover for Nut,
Brand: Genuine Porsche(1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe)(s)
Part #: 911-603-127-01-OEM
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...and one of these...

https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/93011052000.htm?pn=930-110-520-00-OEM&SVSVSI=0813&DID=38253
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The shop that did the service sent it for the cerakote finish. It was very inexpensive, $125 to do the fan and housing, $65 to zinc plate the fan hub, strap, and pulley, and $175 to powdercoat a few other pieces. It's not hard to find someone to do cerakote, most gunsmiths do it, as it's common on firearms.

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Beautiful! Who did your fan and housing?

(BTW, it looks concours to me...)
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Where does this piece go?

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Looks great. Now you just need one of these
Plastic Cover for Nut,
Brand: Genuine Porsche(1984 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe)(s)
Part #: 911-603-127-01-OEM
https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/91160312701.htm?pn=911-603-127-01-OEM
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Very snappy engine bay - as I just told a buddy of mine, my engine bay looks like the mens room of a flying J next to yours.
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Where does this piece go?
Pulley nut
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^^^^^
Looks like I missed the nut & screw covers when I did mine....

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Did my fan and shroud this Spring when I had the alternator out for reconditioning. Used powder coat from a shop that knows about the issues with magnesium castings. They guarantee that coating won't come off due to the elaborate preparation. Didn't take the fan off of the hub...just coated both. Car is an '88 Carrera Coupe.

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