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12 Mar 2010 19:04 #129 by 928mac
I checked on Pelican for standard main bearings and could only find 1 over size. I should only need standard.
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While working on the dash for the fuel gauge problem
I removed the cluster and found someone scratched a circuit off on the board
I have no idea why they would have done that? so I guess I will need that circuit board #992.645.909

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1989 928 5L 32v AT Import from Japan

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12 Mar 2010 19:47 #130 by adminVB
Replied by adminVB on topic Here are some parts I can not find
I would expect you can get the correct bearings from the vendors that specialize in 928s, 928gt.com 928intl.com or 928srus.com You could also ask Pelican whether they offer them, as they have responded quickly to me in the past.

Do you know whether that circuit board is different than a U.S. version? I would think 928intl.com or 928srus.com might be very helpful on helping you get a used one.

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28 Mar 2010 21:13 #146 by 928mac
Well this is the best prices i could find.
I think ILL wait on the engine mounts but I'm going to hunt down that updated driveshaft clamp



1
Main Bearing Set 84-95
Item :928 101 901 08 Price : $395.00
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$395.00
2
Gasket to Catalytic 78-95
Item :928 111 127 02 Price : $15.95
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$31.90
1
Belt Tensioner Gasket
Item :928 105 611 05 Price : $12.00
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$12.00
1
Oil Filter 78-95
OC 46
Item :928 107 201 05 Price : $6.95
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$6.95
1
Crush Ring Oil Drain 22X27
Item :900 123 118 30 Price : $1.00
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$1.00
1
O Ring Oil Pipe 30X36
Item :900 123 015 30 Price : $3.00
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$3.00
1
Silicone oil pan gasket
Item :928 101 207 RG Price : $42.95
Ship Via : UPS INTERNATIONAL
$42.95
Subtotal: $492.80
(National,State and Local taxes) Tax: $0.00
Shipping:
$40.00
TOTAL: $532.80

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28 Mar 2010 23:16 #147 by adminVB
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I think ILL wait on the engine mounts but I'm going to hunt down that updated driveshaft clamp


I got my motor mounts from 928srus.com, complete with nuts, aftermarket motor mounts that are less expensive and perhaps better than the (outdated) Porsche motor mounts.

The clamp you want is made by Constantine Golovaty, a Florida 928 OC member. I believe it is sold from 928 Specialists 928gt.com

You could ask either vendor about the other parts you need as well. (not to mention 928intl.com)

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29 Mar 2010 00:16 #148 by 928mac
Thanks ILL check those out
here are some pictures of what I found with the driveshaft and how far gone the thrust bearings were.

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Rear of thrust bearing

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Front of thrust bearing

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This throw is just about touching

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29 Mar 2010 00:24 #149 by 928mac
not much room left here

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before the adjustment

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after the adjustment

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I'm glad I went to all this work to check it out
It may not have made it the summer

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29 Mar 2010 22:24 #150 by 928mac
Thanks Stan, I grabbed the solid mounts from 928ms.
The pinch clamp that I was looking for is not the add on but another compleat unit that replaces the original and has a higher clamp pressure.
I wonder what those kind of loads do at the converter end. are there any problems there.

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30 Mar 2010 04:54 #151 by adminVB
Replied by adminVB on topic Here are some parts I can not find

The pinch clamp that I was looking for is not the add on but another compleat unit that replaces the original and has a higher clamp pressure.


You understand the improved clamps is to prevent TT creep that results in thrust bearing failure, correct?

Constantine is the developer of the revised clamp. I will email him to find where you can get it.

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01 Apr 2010 21:38 #154 by srshaw3

not much room left here

I'm glad I went to all this work to check it out
It may not have made it the summer



Looks like you may have just saved your self having to replace the block :eek:

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17 Apr 2010 23:55 #211 by 928mac
Ya Racer caught it just in time.
Looks like i also had a frt oil seal leak and the belt is soft now @#$%.
So ordered the gates belt, frt and rear seal.
I climbed under today, found I had to drop the AC, pulled the balancer, lined up the gears, lightly clamped the belt to the bottom of the T-gears, backed off the tensioner and slid the belt and gear off the crank. Guess no cheating on this job. :rolleyes:

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06 Jun 2010 11:01 #349 by 928mac
I would like to find where I saw this air intake pipe and I can't remember where it was. Anyone know where to order it from.

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06 Jun 2010 11:05 #350 by srshaw3

I would like to find where I saw this air intake pipe and I can't remember where it was. Anyone know where to order it from.

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928gt.com developed one like that, but I do not believe it is available for sale yet.

928srus.com recently listed one like that for sale, but I don't find it on their website.

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02 Jul 2010 16:34 #422 by Hooked
Hello,
I just bought one from ebay, around fifty bucks. It's a C5 intake, it didn't have to be modified to fit the 86

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02 Jul 2010 16:39 #423 by srshaw3
The concern is that your air filters are deep in the engine bay, so will only get warm/hot air.

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03 Jul 2010 03:41 #424 by Hooked
Hello,
It isn't finished, I need to plumb the elbows and tubes yet. I put the filters on to keep foriegn things out of the intake.(I don't drive it yet) Since I had the cones I put them on instead of using a rag. I couldn't find anyone who makes a kit for this, so everything has to be pieced together. I was relieved to find the Y piece, I didn't want to buy one from McMaster - Carr made from sst and cut it to fit, weld it, re-polish it etc. The other concern would be where to put the filters, locate them as in the other picture, or in front of the tubes just after the fresh air rams?(above the radiator) Odds are I'll have to fab something. There is less room on the S3 as there is on the S4 for the elbows, tubes and filters, mainly because of the difference in the intake size. S3 only has appx. 8" useable space for the elbows.

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