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Expencive 931 parts?, Waterpump price?

OK, so I read that the "maintenance" parts are expencive in the States, but what is expencive for you?

Just to check!
What does a waterpump for the 931 cost and what does a time belt/bearing cost?

When some one has answered, I'll tell you what it costs in Sweden!
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New ones, not neccessary OEM!
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Old 02-10-2004, 04:25 AM
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Water Pump is $65,
Timing Belt is $10
Belt tensioner/bearing is $23
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Thats the same as in Sweden.
And some of you find this expencive?
I dont, anyway!
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To me that's pretty cheap as well. It's the 944 stuff that can be pricey. Although there are some 924 parts that can be overpriced. Dashes, consoles, fans, etc.
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I think the expensive parts are things like Fuel dist, Turbo, Manifold, etc..

Or in my case: Fenders, Paint, 5-lug brakes etc...



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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Wolf1
[B]I think the expensive parts are things like Fuel dist, Turbo, Manifold, etc..
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Shore, these are expencive in Sweden also, but you have to take care of your car!!!
Its a PORSCHE!!! ;-)
Breaking any of the above parts is costly and maybe un neccesary!?
But changing them due to "maintenance"=They should have lived a long period!

I know, its always easy to say this!

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Nice color on the Porsche!
You dont need much paint to get if finished.
If your silver color is L97A, its used for VW cars also.
I bought a small can for nothing at the local dealer!
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Nice color on the Porsche!
You dont need much paint to get if finished.
If your silver color is L97A, its used for VW cars also.
I bought a small can for nothing at the local dealer! [/B][/QUOTE]


Its not the original silver, I am thinking of repainting it in Audi Bright Silver.

The original color is not quite as bright as I like...
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