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    Kingston, NY


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  • Last Activity: 03-25-2019 08:34 AM
  • Join Date: 12-10-2001


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  1. Gus
    05-01-2015 11:28 AM
    Geoffrey -
    Know you understand engines a lot better than I -
    I am working to resolve two issues that that related I am sure -
    I have adjusted the ECU/ VE and Time tables and have it all dialed in for best HP and torque. My issue is around idle -At idle, if I add gas rapidly the engine bulks / stutters then catches and accelerates. Then when you lift off throttle then engine goes below idle speed ( 1000 RPM ) drops to around 600 and occasionally dies.
    I have an light weight flywheel, understand this - but don't see howthis affects the above.
    I have tried to resolve working the PID settings with no affect - believe the stutter on accel is in the fuel setting enrichment but have not been able to solve - have improved a little
    The issue after a throttle blip is of major concern as this impacts driving significantly. Stalls at traffic lights etc.
    Just wondering if you have any ideas on corrective adjustments that I could try that might be something I am overlooking.

  2. White911TTOne
    12-26-2014 07:44 PM
    Im installing a 6pole kill switch in a 993 but im having a hard time finding the pin 86 wire under the fuse box. Can you please let me know which plug and which wire is the DEM relay pin86. Or if you could educate me in how to find pin locations under the fuse box that would be even better. Mark 512 593 0182.
  3. 08-02-2013 02:34 PM
    i remember seeing a post some time ago , about your build of a 964 chassis. Of particular interest is the reinforcements you made. The only factory items i could find were the rear sway bar mounts on the RS and the front underside of the strut towers on the 993 RS (same as 964). We are building a street monster C2 with a 500+ hp 993 tt engine for a client, and looking for ideas on reinforcements. Can you direct me to your link on rennlist of the chassis build? I did a search and could not find it

    thanks for your time
    Dave Bouzaglou
    [email protected]
  4. dave964diver
    04-21-2013 09:55 AM
    Hi Geoffrey

    I'm doing an electric ps conversion on my 964 c2. Just struggling to find info on how you've done it in the past. I've got the early merc pump. Just need a wiring diagram and a bit of know how to do it. Would really appreciate any links or info on doing it.


  5. 03-04-2013 03:18 PM

    I am a Son of a enthusiastic racer in The Netherlands.
    I love your race car, and our race car has it's winter prep up.
    Your car has yellow headlight covers, we love those, so i wanne ask you if you could tell me where you get those en do you know if they have them for a 993


    PS: Sorry for the bad English
  6. 01-06-2013 05:13 PM
    Hi Geoffrey,
    I have been trying to PM you but your box is full.
  7. 10-31-2012 07:56 PM
    Where in Kingston are you? I used to own 19 West Chestnut St., and grew up in Kingston. I frequently visit.
    I now live in Riverdale, NY and currently have a 2008 Carrera S Cab.

    If I am ever in trouble when up there, could I contact you?

    I am a PCA member, NY region.

    Roy Levine
    [email protected]
  8. 09-30-2012 06:17 PM
    High Goeffry! Can you post a foto of the splicing tools you used on the Racecar Project - Wiring Update? Thanks in advance
  9. JamesE
    09-24-2010 09:51 AM
    Geoffery, we are close to finishing my engine/car build and need a Fuel Pressure Regulator. We need to be able to support 1.6bar boost so were looking at Rising Rate FPR's. I just wondered if you had any experience of Rising Rate FPR's and if you had any opinion on FPR in general?
  10. amr89c4
    02-17-2010 02:25 AM
    Hello Geoffey,

    I am going to replace the cam seals and gaskets on the timing chain cover boxes and of course the box to block gaskets. I believe I can remove the rear mount, AC bracket, harmonic balancer, exhaust system and rear bumper and pull this off without pulling the engine. I saw a picture with the engine exposed and the bumper removed and it looked like there was plenty of room to R&R the sprockets and re-time. What do you think?


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