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  1. dWizZidY
    01-29-2019 08:09 PM
    Mark,

    I would be greatly appreciative for your bedding procedure. About to swap the rears, wish I had it when I did the fronts, that now have 4 Track days on them. Any chance it will work for those at this stage?

    [email protected]

    Grazi,

    Duane
  2. Midlife930
    01-16-2019 09:47 AM
    Hi Mark,
    I don't visit this site often .....
    Warren at RB told me it was too much trouble to support guys like me. Very friendly and reasonable about it and gave me time on the telephone.
    So I continue the search.
    Cheers,
    Dave
  3. Kaplan69
    12-05-2018 11:34 PM
    Hey Mark! the WRL build is coming along! YAY!! I'm collecting wheels and was going to ask for your input.. I've reviewed the thread where the guy "split" the front fenders to build what looks like an early IMSA widened fender-- cool and cheap!, but, I'm really growing fond of the classic "stock" looks... I'm guessing 9" fronts will work, with possibly a 265 35 18, and enough backspacing... Did you ever race your car with 9" fronts? or is it a "don't bother, go to 10's" type of deal.. I'm 99% settled on RacingBrakes 330mm center mount setup with Big Red front calipers (Dansk no-name re pops).. Thanks! Ken
  4. Midlife930
    11-29-2018 09:03 PM
    Hi Mark,

    I have a 930 that I am currently running stock 993TT rotors front and rear. Stock on the rear and with a one off set of hats on the front so I am stuck with OE front rotors and that is giving me a number of weekend rather than a number of seasons. I was talking with Warren at Racing Brakes today and he used your name a few times, also said he was unwilling to do custom hats which I of course need to mount on the back of the hubs old Porsche style. I am thinking I will simply buy their 2 piece rear but need help finding a way or company who will be make custom hats.

    Can you direct me to someone who can help? would be very much appreciate.
    Best regards,
    Dave
  5. mnmidengine
    11-16-2018 01:29 AM
    Hello Mark, please email me your bedding in process. Thank you in advance. scottycirclet @ gmail dot com

  6. Aaron Knight
    10-02-2018 11:54 AM
    Hello Mark!

    I too am desperate for your break in procedure for Pagid yellows (or any other Pagid)! :-)

    [email protected]

    Thanks!
  7. cdeutsch
    09-09-2018 04:48 PM
    Hey Mark, I'm interested to hear what your brake pad bed in procedure is, if you're still sharing it.

    Christopher
    [email protected]
  8. Anthonyr105
    08-31-2018 01:24 PM
    Hi Mark,
    After my first season of DE my last instructor suggested a brake upgrade. Definitely want to avoid the squeaking so could you send me your bedding procedure? [email protected]
    Thank you,
  9. jocklav
    08-11-2018 04:41 AM
    Mark. thanks for the reply,- its definitely oil into the coolant. The header tank filled with oil and the engine lost quite a bit as shown on the dipstick. I'm convinced by your theory that because its a combination oil cooler where the warm engine coolant is being used to cool warm oil it can't be doing all that much. Perhaps if it was revving at 4000 rpm for long periods in a hot climate, but in reality that's unlikely and even if it did, modern oils are much better at keeping viscosity at higher temperatures than they were when the engine was designed back in the day. My question is: did you simply blank off the fittings (using stop ends) at the flow and return on the engine block or did you connect the flow and return together allowing oil to flow (but not to the radiator)?
  10. jocklav
    08-10-2018 02:42 PM
    Hi Mark

    You mentioned plugging the oil cooler circuit on your 928. My radiator is mixing oil in the coolant. I'm in the UK and its never that hot so I'm wondering if its an idea to short circuit the lines to the oil cooler. Does this have any impact on the idle/temp sensor ignition settings or any other negative implications?

    Thanks
    Jock

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