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Forum: Porsche 911 Technical Forum 09-27-2016, 04:39 AM
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Posted By billybek
These are all good points. 600 microns with a...

These are all good points.
600 microns with a system with as much rubber tubing as the 911 has would be pretty darn good in my opinion.
One of the Vacuum pump manufactures was doing a demo at a...
Forum: Porsche 911 Technical Forum 09-25-2016, 05:52 AM
Replies: 377
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Posted By billybek
When pulling a vacuum on the system you are...

When pulling a vacuum on the system you are removing non condensables and part of that is water.
The water and other contaminants end up in the pumps oil.
The pump is essentially a rotating vane...
Forum: Porsche 911 Technical Forum 09-24-2016, 09:28 AM
Replies: 377
Views: 17,386
Posted By billybek
Some filled gauges have a tiny little lever that...

Some filled gauges have a tiny little lever that you flip to vent the inside of the gauge for use and then flip it back for transport or storage so they don't leak.
I would just go ahead and use it....
Forum: Porsche 911 Technical Forum 09-24-2016, 09:00 AM
Replies: 377
Views: 17,386
Posted By billybek
Liquid filed (glycerin) are great for taking out...

Liquid filed (glycerin) are great for taking out system fluctuations especially on the high side.
I had a wonderful set of liquid filled gauges stolen from a job site. Nice thing about them is...
Forum: Porsche 911 Technical Forum 09-19-2016, 06:41 PM
Replies: 377
Views: 17,386
Posted By billybek
Yup. Good stuff. They make this sticky snail...

Yup. Good stuff.
They make this sticky snail snot stuff for both HCFCs and HFCs. Running R-134? Buy the blue container.
Forum: Porsche 911 Technical Forum 09-16-2016, 05:00 AM
Replies: 377
Views: 17,386
Posted By billybek
The condensate will be freezing on the coil. ...

The condensate will be freezing on the coil.

If the compressor is cycling on temperature or pressure, you could consider it to be off cycle defrost!;)
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