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Phill

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About Phill

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  • Location
    Surrey, car park of England
  • Interests
    My Porsche
    DIY
    Star Wars

Previous Fields

  • Current 911
    (Various shades of) Arrow Blue 1978 911SC EFI and ITBs
  • Lottery Car
    All of them
  • Favourite Food
    Anything sweet
  • Drink?
    Coca Cola
  • Drive of your life
    Yet to be had

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  1. I think Matt can get their stuff @Type911 ?
  2. Looks like gun blue is for use on steel, as Matt says. I don't think it would have any effect on aluminum, especially when it's already anodised.
  3. Phill

    Ronnie

    There are some useful pictures here. You may be able to the part. http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-911-technical-forum/194420-speedometer-disassembly.html
  4. It's not uncommon for the master cylinder to leak fluid past the seals. If you haven't replaced this, it could be your problem. Have you checked to make sure the seals on the front calipers are not leaking after they played up? What year is your car? No bias valve on an SC although I don't see why it would affect getting a firm pedal either way.
  5. Exactly what I was going to say! I suppose a junk fax is the same as forum spam.......
  6. Does a bear sh1t in the woods? What is your Dad's name. I have loads of paperwork, it'll be interesting to see where he is in the history timeline.
  7. If it's not leaking I would leave well alone.
  8. I think we should know why you are trying to remove them before offering advice just in case the nuts need to go back on.
  9. No Mate, long gone before I bought the car. Your Dad probably wouldn't recognize the car, except the excellent colour of course
  10. Mmmmmm, not convinced. I reckon it'll be priced on a par with race fuel, whatever that is, about £3.50 litre.
  11. It would be good but I dread to think how much it will cost to fill a tank.
  12. Thanks Guy, that gives you some cred for sure. I use the VR1. I used to use Magnatec but that is like the p1$$ of someone who hasn't drunk enough water by comparison. Still use it my daily though.
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