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I should find out sometime on Friday what they ended up doing with heat. A friend of mine is headed there on Saturday, and I'll ask him to take some shots from underneath and from above. Are there any specific areas you'd like a picture of?
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Old 02-19-2004, 02:40 PM
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Rob,

my major concern is whether the big cast aluminum pipe was installed when you guys had the TRIAD exhaust fitted. It's that big piece running along the rear under the sheetmetal. It feeds the heat exchangers. I think a simple Yes or No answer is all I need.

If you take pictures it would be nice to see how the routing of the soft pipes was done if you guys are already at that stage.

BTW: I agree the tip location is a bit sagging for your valance. Dave is apparently working on that.
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They didn't get the car started yesterday due to changing the approach to an oil inlet tube fitting. A friend of mine is at the shop as we speak, and he'll take many pictures of the setup. I'll also shoot over an email to ask specifically about the stock 993 heat pipe & get back to you as soon as I hear.
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A friend of mine was at the shop today, and he took some pictures of the current state for me. I do not yet have a definitive answer about the stock 993 heat pipe, but you can see from the pics that they are using flexible pipe. This leads me to believe that they couldn't use the 993 piece, but I will confirm on Monday.

Do these pics answer your questions, Ingo? Also, let me know if you want a higher resolution version of any of these pics, and I'll email them over to you (give me your mailbox file size limit).

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looks great man! What are you running trans wise?

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I'm running the last genearation 915 magnesium case (I don't remember the model offhand).

As far as the stock 993 heat tube, my shop said, "We had to fabricate. The stock aluminum tube was not even close. We should be finishing that today".
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As far as the stock 993 heat tube, my shop said, "We had to fabricate. The stock aluminum tube was not even close. We should be finishing that today".
Hm Rob, could you ask the guy at the shop where the interference was. Was it the Triad muffler or something else? I have seen Mike Feinsteins 993 conversion in pictures and he is using the stock pipe. So that makes me wonder where exactly the issues where with your car.

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The only interference was with the muffler, itself.
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