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Old 10-01-2011, 10:53 AM
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99K mile overhaul list with pics

Almost 6 weeks without my car, it was ready this afternoon. There have been many people asking for a list in other threads. I hope this will help. I will post pics of the cam pads and guide rails. The actuating cam pads were really beat up.

Labor list:
R&R Water pump & Thermostat
R&R Camshaft oil seal
R&R timing vario tens cam pad set
reseal all cam covers&caps
R&R clutch assembly/replace RMS
R&R IMS with LNE bearing
clean all adapt & reset with PIWIS
inspect all parts & replace if ness
R&R oil pan and replace with X51 & clean oil pump
inspect all guide rails, replace 4 main guides
leakdown cylinders test 8-10% on cold motor
repair exhaust bracket
tire balance
clean CAI filter

Parts:
waterpump
thermostat assembly
coolant porsche
clutch kit
clutch/flywheel bolts
porsche sealer/cam covers
cam plug
timing guide rail
LN eng inter shift kit
guide rail kit
oil filter kit
motor oil
Rear Main seal
tensioner right 1-3
tensioner left 4-6
flywheel
coolant hooses
filling hose
idler pulley
thermostat
air oil separator
spark plug tubes
lifters
oil pump gasket
exhaust manifold gasket
serpentine belt
wiper blade set

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http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforum...with-pics.html
 
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Wow, I was able to read your lists at rennlist, but could not open your images (not a member yet). If you don't mind me asking, what was your labor charge? Parts charge. I've got an 01 with 71,000 and I'm saving for much of the same. Thanks and let me know. Chris
 
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Cool again!
 
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Awesome list! Thanks for the info
 
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Parkcity911 View Post
Wow, I was able to read your lists at rennlist, but could not open your images (not a member yet). If you don't mind me asking, what was your labor charge? Parts charge. I've got an 01 with 71,000 and I'm saving for much of the same. Thanks and let me know. Chris
I paid $6K total. $2K for labor and $4k for parts at an indy. Usually, its the reverse where labor charge is twice the parts cost.
 
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Wow, great deal for $6k.
 
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I paid $6K total. $2K for labor and $4k for parts at an indy. Usually, its the reverse where labor charge is twice the parts cost.
i paid $3k for clutch, LN RMS and AOS. great deal.

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Wow, good deal
 
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I did a similar overhaul at the dealership and it would have cost 12k luck for me I got a big discount since i did some consulting work for them only cost me 7k so your price is amazing.
 
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Great job at a great price - now you're ready to rock for another 100K Outstanding
 
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Originally Posted by ewaleson View Post
I did a similar overhaul at the dealership and it would have cost 12k luck for me I got a big discount since i did some consulting work for them only cost me 7k so your price is amazing.
Heh. For 12k you could have had a replacement engine...
 
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Did you notice an improvement in preformance, sounds, vibrations etc?
 
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Car engine is much smoother and more powerful in delivery. It was fast before but the pucker factor sets in earlier now.

I also drove a 27K mile 993C4S while picking up the car the shop had. I took that car on a 10 minute drive in local twisties. It is very well set up and just pristine in every way. However, it did not have the kick in the pants my car has. I would not give up my car's power for a 993 unless its got a power bump.
 
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That's why they made the 993TT, almost had my hands on one...
 
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Originally Posted by logray View Post
That's why they made the 993TT, almost had my hands on one...
Was going to get one this year but having a kid instead. Buying a house and all the other stuff that comes with welcoming a little one into this world is expensive. 993TT fund is now safety cushion. In a few years perhaps.
 
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