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  1. Bulti
    09-22-2015 12:58 PM
    Bulti
    Thanks for the quick reply! I am aware of this, but I still need the Sachs part number for the green one. The thing is, vendors often claim they still have the correct one, but they send me a blue one. Which is compatible but indeed too stiff... With the correct Sachs number there can be no discussion. :-)
  2. Bulti
    09-22-2015 11:12 AM
    Bulti
    Hi Raj,

    I'm on the lookout for the green striped pressure plate for my 968. In a 2008 post you mention to have seen a green one at the dealer with Sachs part nr 3032 125 199. Just when I thought to have found one I came accross this plate nr with a blue stripe! Kinda confused now :-). Any chance you know the correct SACHS nr? PS I'm aware Sachs doesn't make these anymore but somebody somewhere has got to have one... See the pic I found.

  3. AMitchell0039
    08-21-2015 07:14 PM
    AMitchell0039
    Hey 968TurboS,

    I saw you posted that you've changed the starter on a Cayenne 4.8 before. Can you give me a pointer on one step? What should I do about the fuel injectors and assembly? Should I take the one out just on bank one? Take out all via the bolts holding the the pair of injectors? Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks again,
    -Adam
  4. Ez4spd
    06-17-2015 06:43 PM
    Ez4spd
    Hey Raj,

    Its been a longtime since we last conversed. My 968 has been sitting in storage for the last 4 years and am moving to Lyndhurst, NJ and am planning on using it over the summer months. Would you happen to know of a good place to get it serviced with some TLC? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers
    Ian
  5. Harmon
    05-30-2015 02:50 PM
    Harmon
    Do you still have your Durametric enthusiast version for sale? If so, how much and is it the rectangular or round plug? As I understand it I can clear the airbag light with the enthusiast version, correct? Also, any other observations about the differences between professional & enthusiast would be appreciated. I have a 2006 Boxster 987. Thanks.
  6. Stephen Porter
    07-17-2014 09:41 PM
    Stephen Porter
    Hi Raj,

    I used to be active on various 968 forums, but never did buy one. I've had about 14 different 944/951's though ;-). I'm back in the market and am considering one of the "Purple" coupes from 1992. I'd like to hook up with the 968 community and I found you here on Rennlist. Can you recommend any other sites I should get on?

    BTW, I read the article about your cars in Excellence or Pano--can't remember which and enjoyed it immensely. I have a really nice '87 928 S4 that I'm going to sell and try and replace with a nice 968 now.

    All the best,
    Stephen Porter
    ABQ, NM
  7. DerekCanuck
    10-02-2013 06:58 AM
    DerekCanuck
    I would go $300 for the under drive pulleys and the brake cooling kit shipped to 59484 if you are interested.
  8. Larry Weinstein
    07-20-2013 09:29 PM
    Larry Weinstein
    Raj,

    Interested in purchasing your cup2 wheels for the m030 968. How can we proceed? larry.weinstein@wright.edu
  9. Raison Debtre
    06-13-2013 12:32 AM
    Raison Debtre
    Hey Raj,

    Good to see you in the cab today on Main Street in Cranbury. How have you and your family been? How are the cars running?

    If you are ever in the neighborhood stop by anytime. I'm at 10 Plainsboro Road, five houses off main street.

    Cheers!

    -Scott Collins
  10. firemn131
    05-08-2013 03:58 PM
    firemn131
    Hey Raj.
    Just got a 968. I pulled the cams last night. Variocam assembly looks good, pads are toast, cam teeth looked great. The previous owner said that the gear inside the tensioner was bad...There is no gear. So, i am just going to get a new chain and pads. Is there a way to check the solenoid to see if it may be faulty? The car sat for 6 years, it all looks pretty good. The cam cover was off and there was some rust starting on the lifters, also there is various other junk on top of the head. There is some dark discoloratrion on the cam and saddles from sitting. What do you thin i can do to clean all this up? would carb cleaner or break cleaner be ok to use on the saddles, cams, and tops of lifters?

    I have taken the cams out.
    Do you think i should just pull the head/ It has been reworked with new valves lifters and guides.

    thnx in advance.

    john

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    2014 Porsche 991.1 GT3, PTS - Riviera Blue - 1 of 2
    2010 Porsche 997.2 GT3, Speed Yellow/black, CF buckets - Sold
    1994 Porsche 968 turbo S tribute, Grand Prix White/Flamenco Red full leather (featured in Panorama May, 2014) - currently in restoration process
    1994 Porsche 968 Cabriolet, Riviera Blue/Marble Grey 1 of 1
    2008 Porsche Cayenne S, White/Savannah Beige
    1994 Porsche 968 Coupe, Guards Red/Black - currently going through refurbish

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