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  1. Hello. I’m working on a 2000 Boxster S, Tiptronic, 3.2lt, with 155500 km, which is being heavily modified. As such I’m parting out a lot of its original 'S' components out for anyone that has an 'S', or wants to upgrade their base Boxster to S spec. Available is the Motor (3.2lt), Tiptronic Gearbox, Wheels, Suspension (inc the rear S hubs that fit the larger brakes via 130mm bolt spacing), the full Brake setup- S calipers, rotors, Master cylinder and ABS unit, Most of the interior (Blue Leather version) - seats, dashboard, door linings, lavender carpet. The whole wiring loom (*minus the ASB sensor plugs), ’S” exhaust muffler. and the Headlights (early Gen, fried eggs, and Tail Lights). & many assorted loose trim items Im also sorting through a large number of 997 odd parts, so bear with me as i compile that list : for now i know i have a 997 C4S Dual Mass Flywheel & Clutch, and the 997 C4S mufflers. more to come soon Disclosure: I have bought this car from Pickles 18 months ago with the intention of using it as a base for a sort of hot rod project. It has clean panels and a good looking interior, but someone in its history felt the need to boy racer tinker cosmetically with it- as its engine manifold has been painted Maroon/Gold, and the Wheels have had Black added to them quite poorly (overspray visible on the calipers etc) I have driven it briefly in which time i can confirm that the motor starts smooth, runs without smoke, no rattles and has good power. Given its a tiptronic I’m not sure if any previous owner has pulled the gearbox off to do an IMS replacement as it has no clutch to need servicing. (I have a video of its startup and exhaust/running if requested. I have not done a formal leak down test as i do not have such equipment on hand). During driving there is a rumble from a rear corner, which sounds like a worn wheel bearing or CV joint, and as it had locknuts on the wheels, likely no-one has been able to take these off & service the noise recently. Inspection underneath shows a smear of CV grease, so my current assumption is a CV boot has failed and been replaced prior to those lock-nuts, but i would also assume it would be best to replace both rear wheel bearings to get the most benefit of the 'S' Hubs & larger brakes. Later i will also have available the bumpers, wings/fenders, and bonnet. and the convertible top. Further details: -Wheels: 18 inch, turbo twist style. No curbing to the metal, but low quality over-paintwork, so I would advice media blasting and powder coating if your wanting to restore them, but otherwise very suitable for Track Days: Front: 7.5 x 18” ET50 - 225 / 40 / R18 Rear: 9 x 18” ET52 - 285 / 35 / R18 -Tyres; Yokohama S-drive Half worn, aged $1500 for the set -Brakes inc Rotors 130mm caliper mounting bolt spacing throughout 996 351 425 11 996 351 426 11 996 352 421 13 996 352 422 13 Rotors; 318mm 28mm (Measuring 27.9mm) & 298MM 24mm (Measuring 23.14mm) #same as Boxster/Cayman S models all the way through to 2012 $1200 -Master cylinder $200 -ABS controller $200 -Shocks/CoilOvers x4 ; prefer to sell as pairs; $200 per axle -Suspension subframe -front $100 -rear sides x2 $200 pair -crossmember $100 -diagonal brace bars $50 -Hubs (“S”) Front versions are same on all 986 Boxster Rears are S version: 986 331 157 20, with Bolt spacing for the S calipers $200 each corner inc LCA (lower control arm/ coffin box) -Drive Shafts $100 for the pair (probably best as parts/need a full rebuild of CV internals) -Sway Bars $100 each -Engine (3.2L) S model. [$5500 inc gearbox, $4500 without] -GearBox. TipTronic $1500) -*full Car Loom/Harness + the whole dashboard; Blue Leather style $500 -Center Exhaust. $300 -Manifolds & Catalytic converters $300 -Muffler bracket -Leather (Blue) Seats $600 -Door Liners (Blue) $100 each -Center Console $100 -Tiptronic shifter $100 -window mechanisms and motors *$150 each -Door Harness/loom $75 each -Carpet ‘lavender’ colour. $200 -HeadLights (egg style) $750 pair -Tail Lights $300 pair -996/986 Door Airbags $50 each + lots of odd trim parts, send me a message of what your needing loganmarriott@gmail.com 04 1656 8037
  2. Hi have had a recurring issue now with my 996.1 loosing coolant and in this latest occurrence, dumping all the coolant after a 20 minute drive after I switched the car off, not at traffic lights however coolant leak were noted at the lights). The strange thing is that that the engine temperature gauge was normal at 12 o'clock on the dial when this happened. It looks like the pressure was just so great that it bypassed the coolant cap and pissed all the coolant out (second time this has done this). Over the past three months I have had the water pump, oil separator, heat exchange, and engine fully rebuilt so I thought that I'd be driving a car near perfect but apparently not. Does anyone have any thoughts on this matter, experience with the same issue, and possible solutions to fix this? Thanks a million!
  3. Selling a running 3.2 engine from my car which I have just completed an engine swap on. I have driven this motor and can vouch for its performance. Leakdown test is between 2% and 4%. Will come with a Dynomax muffler (not shown in photo) if you like. The engine will also come with the eCU and wiring harness.. this is pretty much a drop in replacement should you wish to upgrade your older 2.7 or 3.0 (slight mods to transmission bellhousing required to fit around the reference sensors). Open to offers. Mike 0418 316 203 Brisbane
  4. Hi guys, New to the forum and new to Porsche's but have been doing a lot of reading recently. From what I've read the 986/996 era cars can have some issues with engine failures, it seems common to be able to pick up these cars in need of a rebuild in the US for a reasonable price but I haven't really been seeing any for sale in Australia recently. I'm after a car like this (manual only) for a project I have in mind (probably something that would probably make the purists unhappy unfortunately) so I was wondering how common it is to come across these cars and approximately how much they would be worth? Thanks for your help
  5. Hi everyone, I've got a healthy and strong pulling 3.2L in a 2002 Boxster S that has the beginning signs of worn rings or guides (I'm thinking guides as its just a bit of smoke on startup and it isn't AOS). I was going to tackle the project of rebuilding the 3.2L engine, after having completed an IMS and AOS, I'm thinking the tear down and inspection and overall rebuild is something I should be able to tackle. I've completed a few engine rebuilds before, so not overly put off other than the dreaded 4,5 & 6 connecting-rod-to-pin-piston assembly! Anyway, thinking about looking at the 3.6 or 3.4 engine swap from a 996 and wanted to know where I could source a reasonable low klms 996 engine and if anyone has experience in doing that - don't just point me to the Inter-web as I'm keen to talk to someone down-under if possible. I've read that the DME tune/map upgrade for the 3.4 is the most painless, but the 3.6 will require handling the VarioCam+ using some clever controller box (not sure how successful or straight forward that would be). Thoughts? Any recommendations on places that are wrecking 996 engines? G
  6. Porsche 911 3.2 engine For auction on eBay For auction on eBay $1 no reserve For full details visit.... no reserve For full details visit.... https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Porsche-911-3-2-engine/182873499707 Bought from running car in Sydney last year. Video showing engine running taken with my iPhone can be seen here... https://youtu.be/wRvwHK54zMY Engine Number: 64E02144 Tax invoice will be provided to purchaser from my company. Engine includes the following related items: - Complete injection - Factory ECU - New Sachs clutch - Exhaust - Airflow meter and Airbox - Fan/alternator - Distributor - Adaptor harness for early 911 if you are retrofitting. - Exhaust and muffler Why Selling? I had intended to keep this engine for a project, however I since sold the project car and have moved to Singapore for work and family. I'm now back for the next month to pack up house and sell stuff, and spend Christmas. Then back to Singapore in the new year. Delivery: Final price is for local pick up. If you want me to arrange delivery this can be organised for an extra $1000 to $1500 depending on location. Alternatively you could just come over with a van/trailer one night, and bring it back the next evening to Melbourne. Not that hard, and I have done so many times before. We are only 20 mins from where the Spirit Of Tasmania arrives in Devonport. Inspections: Happy to show you or any friends the engine. We are located 1hr drive from Launceston Airport (Qantas, Virgin, Jetstar), or just 15 mins from Devonport Airport (Qantas). To arrange an inspection or ask a question call 041 110 6609 Engine is advertised elsewhere, I reserve the right to close this listing if it sells by other means.
  7. Among the many threads I have seen on this topic, I found this thread the most useful and inspirational when sorting out the odd leak on my 993. I suspect one other PFA'er in particular may find it useful too! http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-964-993-technical-forum/644446-964-oil-leaks-fixes-thread.html
  8. Hi there all, Am wanting to obtain some spare 944 8v parts if anyone has any surplus items that they would like to get rid of. In particular would like to obtain a good camshaft housing to either polish/paint if anyone has one. " Found one " STILL after......Please........ Other items i am after are things like, all engine pulleysalternator (working or not)'Turbo' air filter housing and snorkel completeBrake boosteretc etc.......Please PM with what you have and let me know what you want for it and i will get right back to you. Thanks in advance........
  9. SOLD - Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Engine and Gearbox Thanks for everyone's interest. The engine and gearbox have found a suitable home. Congratulations to the new owner. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This engine and gearbox was taken from an 84 Cabriolet before having a ground-up rebuild by Spyder Automobiles founder John Gregory, and Mike Jacobson in 2002. It was then fitted into a 1974 911 (the Lockwood family 911) where it travelled a lazy 30,000 kms by the former owner, retired truck driver Brian Lockwood, my late father. Total cost of the build - ~$30K. This is a very strong engine and has never been raced (in any way). The best is yet to be enjoyed – the engine never had a chance to be fully utilised. Many hours and great care were involved in this build. Notable features above standard at the time of the build: · Optimised inlet manifold flow rate · Increased compression · Minor head optimisation (port matching, valve) · SSI heat exchangers (HPC coated) · Dual outlet sports muffler (HPC coated) · Wolf 3d v4 ECU (professionally custom tuned) · 915 gearbox rebuilt with new LSD · New clutch kit Why is this engine for sale? Brian was diagnosed with terminal illness in 2008. The car was effectively in storage from then until August 2013. It was then that Brian advised me he wanted the original 2.7 engine to be back at home in the car and he requested I take on the management of that project. I contacted Spyder Automobiles and Mike planned and executed the project. Brian passed away shortly after and left the car in my care. The engine and gearbox were inspected after removal, given a clean bill of health and have been in storage at Spyder Automobiles since (compression in all cylinders being above average at 185 – 200 PSI). I had intended to keep the engine, however I do not have a use for it and it deserves to be at home in a Porsche, thus I have decided to part with it. Offers over $17,000 Owner: Andrew Lockwood – 0417 911 968 Technical Contact: Mike Jacobson – 0407 901 356 Location: Spyder Automobiles Picture taken at time of build:
  10. ** RARE OPPORTUNITY ** PORSCHE 996 ENGINE 3.4L - IN EXCELLENT CONDITION Engine Code: M96.01 ENGINE IS STILL RUNNING & DRIVING IN THE CAR THE ENGINE HAS BEEN LEFT IN CAR ON PURPOSE TO DEMONSTRATE CONDITION ENGINE WILL BE REMOVED POST SALE AT THE SELLER'S EXPENSE BY K-TEC AUTOHAUS, WA'S LEADING INDEPENDENT PORSCHE WORKSHOP REASON FOR SALE COMPLETE DRIVE TRAIN OF THE CAR IS HAVING A MAJOR UPGRADE INSTALLING A "PORSCHE GT3" DRIVE TRAIN ** IMPORTANT ** TECHNICAL INFORMATION Engine has the stronger, SINGLE-row IMS bearing Installed in 996 Engines from 1998-2000 996 engine failures occurred in the DOUBLE-row IMS bearing engines Installed in 996 Engines from 2001-2005 NB - THE CAR IS FULLY ROAD-REGISTERED IN WA - REFER REGISTRATION PAPERS PICTURE FOR SUPPORT KEY MECHANICAL ITEMS ARE BEING REMOVED & SOLD PRE THE PERFORMANCE UPGRADE RECENT ENGINE INSPECTIONS: BOTH DONE BY K-TEC AUTOHAUS (INVOICE COPIES AVAILABLE) A - 10 JULY 2013 (ONLY 2 WEEKS AGO) POSITIVE INSPECTION - NO ENGINE ISSUES NOTED OIL DRAINED & OIL FILTER PLEATS COMPLETELY OPENED UP - NO METAL PRESENT COMPRESSION TEST RESULTS: 170-170-170-150-160-170 COPY OF K-TEC AUTOHAUS REPORT AVAILABLE B - 15 JUNE 2012 CLUTCH & FLYWHEEL REPLACED - NO ENGINE ISSUES NOTED, INCLUDING THE IMS 3-OWNER ONLY - PORSCHE 996 1998 ENGINE SERVICE HISTORY AVAILABLE AUSTRALIAN DELIVERED & COMPLIANCED FROM NEW REFER PICTURES FOR SUPPORT RE: A - PORSCHE FACTORY ID & COMPLIANCE - FROM LOGBOOK OF CAR B - CURRENT REGISTRATION PAPERS - SHOWING ENGINE NUMBER AS DELIVERED NEW C - OFFICIAL PORSCHE DEALER (CHELLINGWORTH) INVOICE - SHOWING SAME ENGINE NUMBER D - ENGINE SERVICE HISTORY - FROM LOGBOOK OF CAR FURTHER ENGINE PICTURES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST Engine Number: M9601 66W1 2607 129,000 kms INSPECTIONS & TEST DRIVES WELCOME SERVICE INFORMATION Updated RMS (rear main seal) installed by Chellingworth Porsche, Official Dealer, in 2009 Drive and idler pulleys also replaced by Chellingworth Porsche in 2009 Pleats of oil filter inspected at oil change's and a magnetic sump plug used - both spotless on inspection NB - COMPLETE DRIVE-TRAIN IS FOR SALE: 3.4L ENGINE AS-NEW GEARBOX AS-NEW CLUTCH & FLYWHEEL (3 SEPARATE EBAY LISTINGS) PREFER TO SELL ALL 3 ITEMS TOGETHER - PLEASE MESSAGE ME WITH ANY INTEREST ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRIES!! - NO TIME WASTERS PLEASE WILL ORGANISE FREIGHTING TO YOUR LOCATION ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA

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