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A few more free to whoever needs them parts

OK I have a few more pieces from my project car (1984 944) that I would like to clear out. Free if you pay postage:
The only thing I ask is that they be used not resold.

Front and Rear Sway Bars (Great if you don't have a rear one now) drop links, brackets, bushings are available from Pelican cheap)

Complete Stock air box, filter, etc

Intake manifold

Stock coil


Coming soon:
Front and Rear Guards Red Bumpers, shocks, pads

Air dam (minor damage but still presentable)

Stock front door panels (perfect except some a-hole cut in ADS 300i Speakers at some point)

Steve

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This is what went in. Suppercharger to come in the next 2 weeks.
I can't wait to fill up that hole behind the MAF w/ a blower and look for unsuspecting Rice. Only problem is after eating them up I am hungry again in an hour.

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Nice where'd you get the headers and that cat, did you powder coat the intake manifold or polish it? At any rate looking good so far love the powder coated Cam housing
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Thanks. The headers are ceramic coated MSDS, cat is a univesal free flow fom Auto Zone. Intake was bead blasted and powder coated. I have the old one if you want you do the same thing.

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Sweet, didn't know autozone had free flows, how much did that run ya? Any problems with fitting on he cat, the one i have currently was a little wide and rattles agaisnt the heat shiedl. I've already sanded down my extra manifold and painted it yellow, Have changed my mind to make it Powder coated looks cleaner, Thanks for the offer on the Intake. I got's me an extra one already too

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Tiny CAT (Kitty)

I think it was around $30-$40. The MSDS flange welded right on. I do have to take everything back off to weld in a bung for an additional dedicated 3 wire O2 sensor to help control the 2 additional injectors I am running between the MAFS and Throttle Body. I have the bottom end done w/ 2.8 stroker and 9 / 1 compression. I reseated the valves, installed new injectors, a new fuel pump, and variable pressure. Should be fun. I have had a ton of cars over the years and I honestly like the little 944 better than any of them. The suspension absolutely is like driving something on rails. I am now looking into venting and baffeling the crankcase.

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will these injectors that you have work on my 1987 924S ? Thanks
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Sorry, I gave the injectors to a needy 944 in Florida.

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Steve,
got the injectors and made the donation as requested. Thanks alot and sending you good kharma your way!
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Great, hope they solve the problem, I would much rather have them in the hands of a hobbiest / enthusiast than in a landfill or on ebay for $50. A donation to a worth charity is more than sufficient compensation. Have a nice life.

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hi,
i emailed you. is there anything left??
thanks,
ernest
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Hi,

I interested in the door panels. What color are they?
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Steve....I'll take what ever you have in hand now. Promise I won't resell, I can't even unload the parts I have stored let alone yours!! I need the intakes and cam cover and most the rest too! In Iowa my man so let's get this stuff out of there........I will pay shipping and buy you a 6 pack of your favorite beverage. Sorry the 10 nude dancers I was to offer are not available at this moment, girls gotta work to help daddy rebuild his car!

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I'll take the ignition coil if it's still available.
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Steve,
Its me again...
Anything left?
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ernest
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Any pics of the door panels? I might be looking to take them off your hands...
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I will take the front strus and spring package, please.
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Sorry all, this thread was started a year and a half ago. The items have all been donated to needy cars. I managed to finish the car minus the supercharger which I was ripped off for by Wes and Hausbrauen. They / he got me for $3800 along with a lot of other people. Be careful with whoever you deal with on these forums, there are a lot of low lifes that troll looking for suckers (like me) to take advantage of. Make sure you check out any and all suppliers. Speedforce Racing and Lindsey have proven to be very valuable to me in completing my car. Unfortunately now my AMG has taken up spare time and money so the 944 pretty much sits under a cover and gets driven maybe a couple hundred miles a month.

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