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Porsche Crest 944 Tune Up HELP !!!

Im doing a complete tune up on my 1987 944. I just got it and its my 1st 944. Can you guys please help me and tell me what I need to do. Please be very detailed, b/c I need things explained to me carefully. I bought the plugs, cap rotor and wires.
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funny, gearhead. I also used a '70-ish 90cc or so bike as a U-boat. Took me hours to get it started again.
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funny, gearhead. I also used a '70-ish 90cc or so bike as a U-boat. Took me hours to get it started again.
heh, There was a minipond probably 20-30 feet in diameter, maybe a foot or so deep. Well, long story short I had forgotten that mud sinks and I tried to drive through....about 5-10 feet into it I fall over and the bike was completely submerged but I got her pulled out right away so she wasn't TOO pissed at me. That poor dirt bike takes a severe beating
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