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Old 01-10-2014, 08:15 AM
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Front lip was already with the car when I bought it, no idea who made it. I wasnt able to contact the owner who did most of the mods. Car should be quick when it will be runing like it has to run. Ive been plagued with boost leaks. Fixed them by replacing every vacuum/boost hose, now its pre turbo exhaust leaks, maybe even cracked header, cant see if it is since its wrapped. Las dyno I did I had major boost leak at one of the hardpipe connecting hoses and I was runing rich got 249whp. I should be maxing out my afm, but my car doesnt lean out, it just gets richer..
Your car looks great! As for the AFM, I ran one with a set of chips tuned for my K27/[email protected]
The thing is, the DME doesn't read the AFM at Wide Open Throttle, it runs off of it's tuning map. So the only thing the AFM becomes is an obstacle at wide open throttle.

You still didn't fix those engine mounts??!!
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Your car looks great! As for the AFM, I ran one with a set of chips tuned for my K27/[email protected]
The thing is, the DME doesn't read the AFM at Wide Open Throttle, it runs off of it's tuning map. So the only thing the AFM becomes is an obstacle at wide open throttle.

You still didn't fix those engine mounts??!!
He already did. the Hockey Puck mod.
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Old 01-10-2014, 09:09 AM
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He already did. the Hockey Puck mod.
Soon to become the 'hockey puck in the crankcase' mod....
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:37 AM
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I thought the Afm doesnt max out till 300-330whp? That was the old rule of thumb, but I knocked mine out as soon as I could lol.
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Old 01-10-2014, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by lee101315 View Post
Soon to become the 'hockey puck in the crankcase' mod....

Car is siting on the driveway. Calm down, anyway have you ever seen a broken 944 oil pan? Then Why I was told that they are incredibly strong? Its not like im racing in offroad rally. My brother did. Landed his audi on the bump with his oil pan, it exploded:


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That needed a huge force.
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Old 01-10-2014, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by CyCloNe! View Post
I thought the Afm doesnt max out till 300-330whp? That was the old rule of thumb, but I knocked mine out as soon as I could lol.
Well yeah, thing is with my mods I should be at around 300whp
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Old 01-10-2014, 11:59 AM
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what turbo do you have on it? k26/8?
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Old 01-10-2014, 12:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Carlsbergas View Post
Car is siting on the driveway. Calm down, anyway have you ever seen a broken 944 oil pan? Then Why I was told that they are incredibly strong? Its not like im racing in offroad rally. My brother did. Landed his audi on the bump with his oil pan, it exploded:


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That needed a huge force.
Pffffffffffffffft 3 rolls of duct tape and she'll be good to go
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Old 01-10-2014, 12:19 PM
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He ended up rebuilding his engine took us a month but we did it,

The intresting thing was when that oil pan exploded it obliterated tje oil pump, only thing we found was part of the chain lol
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Old 01-10-2014, 12:34 PM
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I wasnt been able to identify it, but its not stock it has turbonetics markings and the inlet is 70mm


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Originally Posted by CyCloNe! View Post
Pffffffffffffffft 3 rolls of duct tape and she'll be good to go
Not a proper fix until you ad some jb weld. The duct tape is going to leak everywhere without it.
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Old 01-10-2014, 12:49 PM
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ok im off to adjust TPS and calibrate the rpms, for the third time,, i always end up missing something. probably do pressure test too.
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Old 01-10-2014, 01:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Carlsbergas View Post
Car is siting on the driveway. Calm down, anyway have you ever seen a broken 944 oil pan? Then Why I was told that they are incredibly strong? Its not like im racing in offroad rally. My brother did. Landed his audi on the bump with his oil pan, it exploded:
That needed a huge force.
Well, lets see. I did graduate college a engineer, and Ive been working on 944s since the 90's...but I didnt need to do all of that to know that resting the weight of the engine...not to mention, an engine thats constantly moving ( just picture the engine lifting up an inch or so under full boost ) on a hockey puck is a terrible idea. The excuse 2 weeks ago was that it was temporary and that you were waiting for the part to come in the mail, you should have replaced it ASAP.

Ive seen mechanics here in my shop crack oil pans when lifting engines out of cars and putting them on a table, and im talking hairline cracks. It doesnt happen all the time, but just once is enough to make sure you use extreme caution in the future. And here you are driving with it. Incredible...

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Old 01-10-2014, 01:51 PM
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Keep in mind that the entire 951 drive train (engine, clutch and bell housing, torque tube and transaxle) is normally only supported by three mounts - two engine mounts and the transaxle mount.
Now yours is supported by one engine mount, one transaxle mount and a Hockey Puck. If you go over a decent sized bump or pot hole then is possible for a very significant portion of the drivetrain weight to be supported by the puck and therefore the pan.

Last time I had an engine mount failure is was in the old GT350 - the torque of the engine caused it to lift up on the broken mount side and rip the oil filter off! its a good thing that I look at gauges a lot, turned the engine off before any internal damage....but I did leave a pretty impressive oil slick behind the car!

One other thing - I would guess that the only thing that could cause that arm to break is a pretty hefty accident. I would look for any other damage that was not fixed!
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Old 01-10-2014, 02:32 PM
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Yeah car was in accident years ago driver mised a turn in track and went off, there was front end damage. I bought a car like this, and without knowing about broken carrier mount I did like 10k miles. Oilpan was sititing on crossmember..

I have ordered new carrier mount from lart wich is still stuck in california (probably bad weather. No idea)
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