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WTB: CYCLING VALVE 944 951 Turbo

One of the nipples sheared off my cycling valve. I didn't even notice until i replaced my heater control valve.

I need a new one as I've read that it can be unsafe for the engine not to have a properly functioning cycling valve.

Shipping to Montreal Canada

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Phil
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i have a good used one if you change your mind
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wow I'm from Montreal as well and literally sold one last week. I think I know someone who can get you a used one locally.

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Nick: If you could fins one locally i'd really appreciate it. Saves on shipping. I think i've seen you on rennlist before.

175mph951: can you let me know how much you'd like for your cycling valve?

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Get an MBC and delete that thing (better still, get an EBC, although they're more expensive). The stock plastic CV is a piece of junk that's only good for snapping those nipples off every time you look at it funny.
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Porsche-O-Phile: I thought about a MBC but decied agaisnt it for the moment. It is a lot more expensive than getting a CV. I got the car this summer and want to get it running well before i start modifying things.

Still looking for a cycling valve

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