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  1. Nate Miller
    12-19-2015 02:55 AM
    im taking a vacation in sydney id love to see your car? pretty odd request considering you do not know me? im suppose to travel north but if you have a day i just would like to see this car in great condition, im coming all the way from ft wayne, in? id be there 4-11 of january?
  2. Hilton
    03-24-2015 05:12 AM
    Hi Richard, I'm afraid the x-pipe I took off my 87 went last month to a local 928er at the regular monthly 2nd Tuesday gathering here in Sydney.
  3. Ranfurly
    03-23-2015 11:27 PM
    Hi Hilton

    I've just read a post from you about best upgrades in which you said you removed your x pipe.... if you've still got it would you be prepared to sell it and ship it across the ditch to Auckland?


  4. Hilton
    08-15-2014 07:40 PM
    I remember the post, its been used by a few people now.

    Glad it helped - 20 years sitting is pretty huge. Post pics in a thread about the car
  5. Ilike928
    08-15-2014 03:48 PM
    Hello Hilton, just wanted to give you a huge thanks for your past posting of a "wake up procedure" for a 928 that's been sitting for a long time. I followed it closely for a 928 that's been sitting for 20 years. It started the first time and after initial smoke seems to run perfectly. Very quiet and smooth. Your post was a critical help and it should be a sticky if it's not already. Thanks again, Mike
  6. Hilton
    03-04-2014 05:55 AM
    Hi Carl, I just sent you a Private Message with matt's details - rather than posting them here where they're google-searchable. Alternatively, join the aus landshark yahoo group (plenty of kiwis on it too):


  7. Ritz928
    03-03-2014 08:55 PM

    You mentioned you had the contact detailes for Matt Nicholson here in Sydney; he has a couple of S3 heads in good condition including cam caps, valves/springs etc.

    I am keen to contact him to see?


  8. Hilton
    11-11-2013 07:33 AM
    LH is short for Bosch LH-Jetronic, the fuel ECU used in 928's. It could be a reason for a no-start, especially if its original (the original one in my 89 recently failed). However, a rebuild is expensive, so first I'd check the basics like do you have spark, fuel pressure etc.

    From memory, there's a test-plan in the workshop manual somewhere for no-start which works you through all the culprits.
  9. FiveElements
    11-11-2013 03:42 AM
    Hey Hilton

    What is the LH? (in case my 89 fails to start... all my parts are fairly original )
  10. Hilton
    02-24-2013 09:45 PM
    Er.. buy what?

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