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  1. Robofc
    01-22-2018 10:08 AM
    Hi. I saw the photo of the aluminum Heigo cage in your white rs. I am thinking of ordering it for my 71S due the weight savings and ability to get a door bar. Do you have more photos of the installation and what it looks like in the rear? In the Heigo website it looks sectional and bumpy?
  2. mpotvin
    03-11-2017 07:49 PM
    Do you know where your old 964R is? Serious interest in purchasing it. Thx, Mark-Seattle 206-890-4615
  3. Madturk
    10-24-2015 03:37 PM
    I'm so interested in a 996tt engine in the 964. I do wonder how much $$$ and work it will need to accomplish the swap. I'd appreciate your insight and leads. I probably should mention I have the mechanical ability of a 4 year old and will need a shop to do the swap for me.
    Thank you Sir,

  4. SOS 911
    06-15-2015 05:13 AM
    Hi LA964RS,

    I was researching for 964 automatic conversion to manual and several people point out to you. Since this is special and unknown project to me I would like to send you email regarding some question. Would you mind to pint me in right direction?

    Best Regards

    [email protected]
  5. Last930
    05-01-2014 02:23 PM
    Some time ago you posted that you knew one of the former owners of my '79 930 - # 1200. If you are still in touch with him could you ask him if he still has any of the original paperwork, or more importantly the plaque that came with the car documenting it as one of the last 50 cars?

    Dave Rutter
  6. Wim Stakenburg
    01-31-2014 09:33 AM
    Hello LA964RS

    I am builging a turbo on my 914 engine. I read i a tread the following :

    I built a big type IV engine many years ago with the 104mm pistons and 10.5:1 compression. Couldn't keep the heads on so welded up the last fin like you did. Made the engine run hotter and still didn't work. Ended up having to modify the heads & case to run a 5th head stud...that fixed the problem

    Do u have any pictures of this

    Thank you Wim

    [email protected]
  7. MrNvgtr
    01-04-2014 02:08 AM
    From an old post where you mentioned your aluminum reflector delete panel:

    The Ruf delete piece is a replacement for the rear reflector. It is NLA. I did mine in aluminum and no I don't have any reverse lights and don't care.....

    Do you have the dimensions or any artifacts (i.e. templates) that you can share and help someone not have to re-invent the wheel? Just taking a few measurements of my stock reflector, I don't believe it's a simple rectangle. I'm about to have a local hotrod shop do mine.
  8. altonj
    10-05-2013 10:54 PM
    Interested in the list of parts required for a 964 tip-manual swap. Have a friend interested in this swap....

    08-08-2013 04:55 AM

    My tail pipes are spitting flames - I was wondering if you could kindly pass on some details regarding your exhaust bumper protection shields?

    Kind regards,
  10. LexLuther
    01-25-2013 12:00 AM
    Hi, I'm a Brit from London living up the road from you in Santa Barbara. Your car looks stunning I have a GP white 64 C2. Thinking of carrying out a similar project. Would love to get a look at the PDF you mentioned of the article on your car.
    [email protected]


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