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Old 10-11-2010, 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted by PorKen View Post
I was just eyeing the last few of those, wondering why I still have them.

I have two of the spare mats, two radiator covers, and two S3 airbox mats. Added above, with pic links.
Happy to relieve you of two of your nitrile sound deadener mats for the spare wheel well.

Thanks so much.
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Did you say you have a new sharktuner for sale? if you did I will take it.
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Are you going to be at Sharktoberfest? If so, find me on Saturday (white '90GT with WA plates) and I'll show you what it does and how it works. It's new-in-box, all you save is shipping, and there are plenty more available-- see Louie's website above or JDS Porsche, or contact Colin (Lizard931 here), he handles Sharktuners in Canada.

If you won't be there, then darn! (But it is not too late to change your mind).

Here's the short scoop: Your '89 has two ECU's, the LH2.3 to manage fuel and the EZK to handle ignition. These were used from '87 to the end of production. The Sharktuner connects to those boxes and allows fiddling with fuel and ignition maps and parameters, as well as providing diagnostics.

Porsche didn't leave a lot of HP on the table with the 87+ cars, you can pick up some with careful tuning. But if you plan engine mods (cams, exhaust, forced induction) then a custom tune with a Sharktuner is definitely worthwhile-- and a Sharktuner is cheap compared to the cost of serious mod's.

The 85/86 cars are a different story. Those were the first 32-valve engines, had better cams than the later cars, and were very conservatively tuned. So there are some significant gains to be had, and Ken's chips are certainly worthwhile- but only work for the 85/86 brains.

If you want to dig deeper, please send me a PM with an email address and I will send some manuals, info and some links.

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Old 10-11-2010, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by S4ordie View Post
Happy to relieve you of two of your nitrile sound deadener mats for the spare wheel well.

Thanks so much.
Good! I will bring them along. (If you are not going to LA, then shipping is $10. They are heavy for mailing.)
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Old 10-11-2010, 04:51 PM
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Good! I will bring them along. (If you are not going to LA, then shipping is $10. They are heavy for mailing.)
I'll be at SF10. If you prefer payment now happy to Paypal if you pm me your info.
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Default C&R Radiator - $500

I have a C&R radiator that I ran for three years before it sprung a leak. It has been repaired and tested by C&R. $500 bucks, pick up at SFest.
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:40 PM
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porken I'll take the mass air core
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:55 PM
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Mark - OK.

BTW: Do you still buy/trade for cat converters? I have a 32V cat (two individual sections) with the pipes cut off. Or was it the pipes you needed?

I was going to pick up, at minimum, a rebuilt steering rack for my '86.5 while I was there...
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Old 10-12-2010, 01:33 AM
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I do believe you owe me that cancan red rear console as we agreed in trade for parts I gave you?
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Originally Posted by PorKen View Post
Mark - OK.

BTW: Do you still buy/trade for cat converters? I have a 32V cat (two individual sections) with the pipes cut off. Or was it the pipes you needed?

I was going to pick up, at minimum, a rebuilt steering rack for my '86.5 while I was there...
Ken,

I have a rebuilt rack I could sell you.

As well Jim, the sharktuner can be used for more than just extracting a few extra ponies from adjusting the air/fuel mix. It can also be used to increase fuel economy greatly.
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Old 10-12-2010, 01:49 AM
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I do believe you owe me that cancan red rear console as we agreed in trade for parts I gave you?
Oops, forgot.

Maybe you'd like to buy back the rear A/C one too?
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Anytime you can meet up I'd still like it....
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Originally Posted by PorKen View Post
Mark - OK.

BTW: Do you still buy/trade for cat converters? I have a 32V cat (two individual sections) with the pipes cut off. Or was it the pipes you needed?

I was going to pick up, at minimum, a rebuilt steering rack for my '86.5 while I was there...
Well they do have some value but not as much as the unaltered version
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ken,

Just dropped you a PM about the belly pan...

Thank You!
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Originally Posted by Lizard931 View Post
I have a rebuilt rack I could sell you.
Awkward...

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Well they do have some value but not as much as the unaltered version
Oh well, they are kind of stinky, anyway. I'll see if I can trade them for some meth around here.

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Just dropped you a PM about the belly pan...
Just like a 928 is worth more as parts... $100 for the (brand new!) towers only, shipped anywhere.
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Old 10-12-2010, 02:10 PM
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Default I'll take one of those clutch stops...

Originally Posted by PorKen View Post
Gas ain't cheap, B! Cash money prices (add 3% for PayPal), delivery to SF10 only. (I'll be there Sat.)

(Feel free to post your own treasures.)


(1) 928 332 052 04, used, early 8-disk LSD ('79) AND new 928MS '85-up install kit, $600 (or trade for good 4-disk)

(1) 928 504 021 02, New In Box, S4 factory fiber belly pan (with towers), left front mount broken at upper 90░ (easy, unseen, fiberglass fix, AFAIK), $80 ($100 for towers only, shipped)


(0) 928 606 141 00, used MAF, needs rebuild, $100 (reserved)


(1) pair of used '79 cams, upgrade for '80-'82, $140

(1) 928 628 106 02, used '80-'84 L-Jet brain, $80
(1) 928 602 702 02, used TSZ '78-'84 ignition box, $40

(1) used pre-'87 tan rear A/C console + evaporator unit + underseat lines, $60

(1) used S front air dam, one small cracks, one large crack w/small triangular chunk missing, still one piece, would look 10 foot fine with a couple zip-ties and black silicone, $50


PK stuff:

(1) new LiftBar, square type ('86.5-95), for lifting one side only, EG. at the track, $80

(2) new PK 32V'r cam timing kit - $110/ea

(2) new PK Blink'r, S3 diagnostic tool, $70/ea (showing you how to use it, priceless )
(1) used prototype Blink'r, no WOT function, no adjustment tool, $20

(2) new PK PKlutch, adjustable clutch stop, $30/ea

(1) new PK S300s standard chipset + new S4 FPR, $180
(1) new PK S300s racing chipset + new S4 FPR + NGK plugs (+ no-lift-shift wire), $200


Last ones, unlikely that more will be made:

(1) new PK oil fill tower blockoff plate, no o-ring, $60

(0) new PK RMBMat, under spare neoprene sound mat, $20/ea (reserved)
(2) new PK RadCov'r, radiator cover heat mat, $15/ea
(1) new PK AirboxMat, S3 under airbox sound/heat mat, $10

Ken send me a PM so I can give you my new shipping address. I'll take one of the clutch stops
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