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Replacing clutch master cylinder on 1988 911

Does anyone know the step by step way to replace the clutch master cylinder located behind the clutch pedal on a 1988 911? There is practically nothing in the Haynes manual or Porsche 101 project book. PLEASE HELP. I have already ordered the part.
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Good move MrPants....
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Just skip on over to the 911 forum and I am sure they will answer your every question..

If you ever want to upgrade to a 944 you are welcome back. :-)
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An 88 911 is way better than ANY 944 there is in every way. A modified turbo, a nicely set up S2, whatever. I mean that's just a given...
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An 88 911 is way better than ANY 944 there is in every way. A modified turbo, a nicely set up S2, whatever. I mean that's just a given...
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hehehehehe

its true ahmet........... an 88 911 that is made to look like a 911 turbo should run circles around your 951.



Its been a while since the airheads and waterpumpers have gotten into a ... 'Whos better battle' .... hehehehe

Lets see how far this post degrades....
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An 88 911 is way better than ANY 944 there is in every way. A modified turbo, a nicely set up S2, whatever. I mean that's just a given...
Ahmet
why? same weight, similar power to an S2 or an early 951. and the weight distrubution cant be 50/50.
i dont dispute that they are, but im curious why
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Just skip on over to the 911 forum and I am sure they will answer your every question...
I was unaware they knew anything about their cars over their, other than how to keep them pretty in the garage and take them to the mechanic for an oil change.....maybe take them out for a sunday drive once in a while but never on a weekday to work...
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why? same weight, similar power to an S2 or an early 951. and the weight distrubution cant be 50/50.
i dont dispute that they are, but im curious why
Maybe I should've included the [sarcasm] and the [/sarcasm]... I don't think 911s of that era are "better" than 944s. They ARE more "raw" but in my personal opinion the cost of that rawness is too much roughness, and a nervous handling car. When it comes down to it, they don't even perform better, so what's the point. In some ways though, they are built better, and so forth. To each is own. I just felt that the "if you upgrade to a 944" comment was funny, and the "yeah right" response was down right hilarious. Not because it is or isn't factual, but because it's the typical response from a 911 owner.
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Maybe I should've included the [sarcasm] and the [/sarcasm]... I don't think 911s of that era are "better" than 944s. They ARE more "raw" but in my personal opinion the cost of that rawness is too much roughness, and a nervous handling car. When it comes down to it, they don't even perform better, so what's the point. In some ways though, they are built better, and so forth. To each is own. I just felt that the "if you upgrade to a 944" comment was funny, and the "yeah right" response was down right hilarious. Not because it is or isn't factual, but because it's the typical response from a 911 owner.
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duh. ok.
i should have used the [idiot] and the [/idiot].
ill pretend i was also being sarcastic to cover for me not getting that on first read
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If 944/968/928 etc. were so great what happen to them after 1995?? 911 is the ONLY real Porsche car. All else are wanna be's
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If 944/968/928 etc. were so great what happen to them after 1995?? 911 is the ONLY real Porsche car. All else are wanna be's


You can tell that this guy is new here.
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The sad thing is this guy probably isn't a 16 stuck up snot who's parents just gave him the money to buy a 911. He's probably an adult acting like one. Sad.
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CHRIS HIO, I'm sorry mark it up for my ignorance. I keep forgetting that car manufacturers drop the worst performing cars, and always go after the "best" car. The one with the better brakes, more power, better aerodynamics, smoother ride, better handling. I mean we both know they just don't care about things like how profitable it is, or how well the car sells. Those are not issues for a noble company like Porsche. Because as we both know Porsche is out there to make better and better 911s, better Porsches. I for one am glad that they dropped those ugly 944s and continue making the "911" (barf!)...

Long live the 911! The one and only real Porsche.
Ahmet <--really hates those pesky Porsche wanna be 944s and wishes he had a 911, a REAL Porsche!

Oh and don't worry about what they say in this article:
http://dkheger.frc.utulsa.edu:8080/~dkheger/944tsvs911t/index.html
Where professional race car drivers can't extract a better lap time from a 911 TURBO compared to a 944 turbo, while also admitting that the 944 is more civilized, smooth, and easier to drive with superior brakes and handling. Don't worry about that article, because it's probably not true, I mean we all know the 911s are better. They're the only real Porsches anyway so who cares regardless...
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Hey UGLY sells (thru 1995)
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ummm, Chris, I hate to burst your bubble but without the sales of cars like th 924/944/968, the boxter, the Cayanne, and so forth the 911 line would have never kept Porsche alive. Furthermore, without car lines like the 944 and the Cayanne, Porsche couldn't afford to make all out supercars such as the GT1. And if your 911 is the only "Real Porsche" what about the precursors such as the 356 and 1600 series and such? Do those not count as Porsche's either. We kept your car in production with ours and by people buying vehicles such as ours, it has led to better develpments on your car (etc. 968 variocam) Know your history and heritage before you act like a cocky brat. My father owns a '71 911 and to tell you the truth, I'd take my car over hihs any day. He has even offered me straight up trade but I like mine because I know there was a purpose to it's being built and I know that people don't think of me a as a cocky 19 yr. old. BTW, I probably paid half as much and I am willing to bet I'm twice the driver.

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Hope you can get $5000 for it when you try to move up to a real, Oh I won't eveb say it
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