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I think he did a great job! I love it! He told me to use hytack if thats is how you spell it. It's made by permatex, it helps bond the gasket to the sealing surface. Should I use it? I remember reading that it is best to just have it clean and dry.
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Old 11-28-2002, 06:02 AM
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Hey OverKill.. I just love your decorating Motif' you should call it Porsche in the Family room.. it could be a cable access show. episode 1
How to strip down your top end and admire it in front of the television

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Nice. Did you have it shaved?
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Thanks Frank Shave it as in resurface the gasket surface? I think he did cut some from the gasket surface.
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That looks like my head when I got it back (what a surprise, eh?).

I'm tellin' ya Overkill, once that S fires back up, you won't sell it.

What was the final price, if you don't mind me asking?


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$280 + $20(tip) - labor
$140 - Gasket Set
$100 - High Flow Cat
$21 - Timing Belt
$60 - Exhaust Guides

I still have to get the cat welded on and I am going to do this on friday. It should cost like like $30. I want to get a timing Belt tensioning tool which is going to cost the most. I figured it would pay for itself in the long run. I AM still going to sell the car. I want my 951!!! ARGH, I can't wait!!! I think when I get the 951,...if it's not in absolute GREAT running condition as in compression values are off yada yada yada, I'm going to rebuild the top end too. I enjoyed this to much. Plus I mean come on!!! My "S" is like in almost perfect condition!!! I kinda don't want to sell the car because of that!!! My next car has to be in a similar condition. I am going to sell my car for 7,000+. I don't care if someone can buy a some what decent 951 for that. For that much you can get my near perfect "S"
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