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  1. Williammat
    08-09-2017 06:25 PM
    I was hoping to find the entire front left assembly
  2. Williammat
    08-09-2017 06:16 PM
    I was interested in buying the entire strut assembly the strut assembly is fax 100722 original replacement struts
  3. Frantic
    06-25-2017 12:22 PM
    What can you find with this VIN: wp0zzz95zgn100009
  4. Winha
    06-01-2017 05:00 PM
    Hi i have been reading some of your posts here, and also ordered Vems PnP and was wondering if you could share your Vems tune setup for me to try on my 944?
  5. nosnow
    05-29-2017 04:11 AM
    Register the new car at your cheaper parent address and then "move" it in 60 days. As long as he doesn't get a ticket he is good. No sales tax but. Registration is a percent of value.
  6. Tiger03447
    01-07-2017 07:06 PM
    Dear Spencer: I'm in somewhat of a bind. I need the inner and outer spacer rings for the stub axle shaft on my rear suspension. Pelican parts says they are NLA and refunded me my money...I would really like to acquire a new pair or some that aren't all beat to crap like the ones I have..any suggestions? Thanks, Rich Nunn
  7. Noahs944
    06-27-2016 01:54 AM
    Hiya Spencer,

    Question:

    On 951 or other nice Porsches with the headlight nozzles...

    do you have a secondary switch or control for spraying the headlights ?

    Is it correct to assume these nozzles don't spray simultaneously when you wash your windshield?
  8. nitehawk951
    03-11-2016 03:39 PM
    Hey Spencer, we've never met before, but I was wondering if there's any trick you know to getting those turbo mounting bolts off of a 951. I'm having a tough time, and waking the bolts up is not really working. If you have any advice, it would be greatly appreciated. Do you still live in San Diego or no?

    Thanks
  9. Sean Linderman
    10-28-2015 05:27 PM
    I have a 1984 944 N/A. It had a blown head gasket. Still had oil pressure, just a pin hole oil leak in the back. The only reason I found out was smoke from the oil dripped on the exhaust.

    I just replaced the head gasket, timing belts, fuel injectors, battery, distributor cap and ignition wires and I can't get the car to start. I followed Clarks Garage instructions with the belts and I'm pretty confident it's not the timing.

    It would be great to have a second set of eyes to see where I went wrong.
  10. Sean Linderman
    10-27-2015 11:21 PM
    Spencer, Not sure if you still work on 944's. I'm having issues with mine and I could use your help. I live in the Pasadena area.

    Thanks,

    Sean

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    Alta Loma, CA
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    US
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    Spencer
    1985 Porsche 944
    1997 Subaru Outback

    There is something to be said for German engineering, and that something is usually #%@&%! when you find out how complicated and expensive it is to fix that engineering when it wears out or breaks.

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