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  1. Imo000
    12-25-2015 05:18 PM
    Merry Christmas to you and Tom too. I'm still working away at Denny's Japanese 928 but it will be done soon. Then I can restart my 996 engine project however, if anything pops up that you need fixed, let me know and I will see what I can do.

  2. Marc Masterson
    12-25-2015 04:55 PM
    Marc Masterson
    Imre Merry Xmas to you and the family....Just dropped Tom off at Pearson for his 78 days in Colombia with the 928 running great. I see you in the new year when I got some Cheddar$
  3. sds911
    04-24-2015 03:41 PM
    pm intended
  4. Imo000
  5. Ronan
    10-27-2013 09:31 PM
    Hi Res pic no problem...let me know your email address and if you want RAW or JPEG....
  6. Imo000
    06-29-2012 07:47 AM
    I think the RMB is hte same price, or close, at the usuall 928 vendors. Try 928 International, 928 Specialist or Roger at 928Rus. If Roger has it, send him an email through his website, I would buy it from him. His website is still fairly primitive but he has excellent service. Bought most of the parts for your car from him.
  7. Imo000
    06-28-2012 08:00 AM
    Next week I'll swing by your shop and fix the climate control relay so you can have AC.
  8. Imo000
    06-28-2012 08:00 AM
    Mark, that's an H-pipe not an X. Notice the shape? It looks like an H. I have the same one on my car but mine is now exempt. Yes, the rolling 20 years was stopped by MTO several years ago and that sucks. They do sell proper X-pipes from the usual 928 vendors but I have no idea of the price. Hoever, they offer them with high flow catalytic converts that will pass the emission test. The ones that are without it will probalby not pass the tesst, it will fail the visual inspection if they notice it it, that's for sure. Either case, the horpewoer gains vs. cost are not that great on and X-pipe and even less on an H-pipe. What I think you should look into is an RMB (Rear Muffler Bypass). THese things make the 928 sound like a real V8, horsepower gains are are between 0-5hp but the sound alone is make it worth it and they are less expensive than an X or H. You can install it yourself in the shop with a set of wrenches too.
  9. Imo000
    05-26-2012 08:21 AM
    Excellent! Brought my 928 home yesteday too for the season. $10 of rubber is between here and Paris!
  10. Imo000
    05-22-2012 08:24 PM
    Cabin fever is setting in, I'll drive up.

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    1985 928S, 5-Speed, Home built Paxton Supercharger sysem, 12.87 sec. in the 1/4
    Cambridge, Ontario, Canada


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