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Neun 11

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    Brisbane, Qld.
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    911 RSR tribute / replica

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  1. Neun 11

    Low oil pressure in air-cooled 3.0i

    Oil viscosity is a 20W/50 blend as recommended for early 911,s.
  2. Neun 11

    Low oil pressure in air-cooled 3.0i

    Hello, and no. Motor was rebuilt prior to purchase, with little or no kms added prior to sale. Cars oil pressure eventually rose over time, as for temperature, he didn't seemed at all concerned with temp. I had to add proper throttle bodies and other components. Car is ready to go to dyno, but tuner just making sure that everything remains accurate. Troubleshooting. Worse case scenario, I may source an auto sparkie while he has it, just make sure there is no issue with the gauges.
  3. Neun 11

    Low oil pressure in air-cooled 3.0i

    Many thanks, on my recommendation, I asked him to let the car idle for longer. It was some 28 mins or so before pressure increased to a more acceptable level. He used both manual gauge, and the cars gauge, BOTH shared the same reading. As I am new to the PC scene, I am told that once warm, pressure will adjust accordingly with revs, yes??
  4. My 911 refurbished 30.i is in the hands of a tuner, but can't put it on the Dyno because of low oil pressure. My question, how long does it take ( normally ) for an air-cooled 76 911 to reach full temperature???
  5. Met the owner, and had a blast in the car. Goes very well....
  6. Maybe the ad title should have read.. "infamous 930" comes IN many parts!!!!
  7. Neun 11

    All things insurance

    Been a long time customer with Shannon's. Agreed value, only $12 per / M more than my old bogan Commodore I also had with them. I guess, policies will differ for many individual circumstances. And, despite most of us being relatively happy with our cover, we can only hope that our insurers are there for us when & if we ever need them!
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    Shannons insurance

    Now, as a long term client with Shannon's, despite having no documents, non matching numbers on my recently purchased 911, ( backdate ) they didn't flinch when asked what I paid, they were only too happy to insure for the purchase price. Don't see any reason to change at this stage.
  9. Been on the market for quite some time now... Very tidy unit.
  10. OK, sorry, has been backdated before I purchased it back in March. Prior to that, when it came from Japan, in a very sad state. And presented as a slant nose. ( non factory ). I will update when I have more info. Thanks once again!
  11. Having the original? Engine # and chassis, I am trying to find out history BEFORE Japan. Selling dealer, first owner etc. Bought a re- production 76 S owners / maintenence manual from the states so I can document the cars life during the period I have it. Many thanks for your assistance & replies.
  12. Trying to find some history for my 911. Came to Oz several years ago, ex Japan, as a slant nose, [ Non factory }76S Engine # that came out of car here...6360035 2.7 ? Chassis # 9116300013 Its a start, if you don,t ask.......
  13. Hmmm, Despite the race car history, and, seemingly a few minor blemishes. A refreshed engine / gearbox, and providing the body remains solid, this would be good buying, Yes?
  14. Neun 11

    INTRODUCTION THREAD

    Hello and welcome. I made an enquiry about this car, but sold before I got a chance to look at it. { my loss } Enjoy what is a great car. And welcome to Porsche ownership!
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