Type: Posts; User: 16volt
Thanks for the amp Numbersix.
I told you twice. I didnt bring any cash with me because I couldnt buy anything. 10mins later we were walking to an ATM. 10mins.
Here is Numbersix meeting another of his tribe who he spent 20mins...
"Whatever their cause, I will admit that some design flaws made it into production."
Fixed that for you.
Im honestly not sure. This is the first time I have ever seen 'sacrificial' washers. As I am having the covers and boxes refurbished I am definitely considering that.
Im sure he does but all the studs are getting pulled and either replaced with new cad hardware or are being sent out to be cleaned and re-plated. :)
After thinking more about it today I am going to skip the port and polish work. I am just not at that point where I am trying to eek every last hp from the motor. I did however opt to have the heads...
Now that's doing right (aside from the blue). Did turbokraft ever say what COPs there were?
My cylinders are aluminum, steel sleeved I believe. I have on the list to have them re-nikasiled but they look great.
Nickies big selling feature is that they are billet as opposed to cast right?
Heh, splitting wires would be a super effective way to smoke a very pricey CDI unit. :)
Largely I would do dual dizzys for aesthetics as ridiculous as that sounds. I have always drooled over...
While I would have a very hard time passing up a C63 in lieu of an E92 M3....I think you did just fine. The no-nav and cloth is great.
RE: Thermal Expansion
Yeah, the heads are aluminum as I am pretty sure the case is. I think only early cars got mag cases. I was surprised to learn that the marring on the head mating surfaces was...
Oh yeah, trust me I know. I am somewhat surprised we havent found one yet.
Yeah, the labor makes sense. I was just toying around with the idea as I am doing some of the labor. I guess we will...
That's a great video. I actually watched a bunch of his, cool stuff especially the head resurfacing.
Re: Port and Polishing
You are actually the first person who has told me there is much to...
Better stop driving yours Benjamin. :)
One more Porsche engine teardown and we'll have to merge all the threads.
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The issue is that not only the coil is in the cassette, the ICM is as well. All submerged in a oil bath in the housing. In the hottest most vibrationist place they could put it.