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Old 02-12-2019, 12:24 AM
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Default Gen2 engine bore scoring - video Jake Raby

Video from Jake Raby examing failure with the new generation DFI engine.

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Old 02-12-2019, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by mick997 View Post
Video from Jake Raby examing failure with the new generation DFI engine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02HxKanh-JY
Interesting to see that bore scoring is affecting even newer 9A1 engines. Looking forward to Raby's series on bore scoring.
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heres the thread that lead to this video if you would like to know more about it as Jake contributes alot of information there:

https://rennlist.com/forums/997-foru...e-failure.html
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The question I have is why did it score ... We know as Jake's vids explain why this happens in a M97 but why in a 9A1
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Originally Posted by rileyracing1 View Post
The question I have is why did it score ... We know as Jake's vids explain why this happens in a M97 but why in a 9A1
Well, it will be interesting to see what Jake reveals on the 9A1 platform. I'm taking all preventative steps on my M96... why? Cause I really like my car and want to keep it for a very long time. I'm not "taking my chances" or "rollin' the dice", I'm listening to these people and replacing parts BEFORE they show their asses. Cheers people!
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Welp, there goes the 997.2 9A1 DFI engines are better then the 997.1 engines excuse. So the smoking gun theory with the bad fuel injectors might be the culprit.
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