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Exedy
1974 Porsche 911 Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 2.7L Exedy

P311-16F00BB    20004  New

Qty:
$678.74
  • Sold As Kit Only ; Discmm 225; Discin 8-7/8; SplinesDia 13/16; Splines 24
Brand: Exedy
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1974 - Porsche 911 Carrera H 6 Cyl 2.7L - 2688
Exedy
1989 Porsche 944 Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 2.5L Exedy

P311-24938CA    KPO01  New

Qty:
$1,056.37
  • Sold As Kit Only ; Discmm 240; Discin 9-1/2; SplinesDia 1-1/32; Splines 23
Brand: Exedy
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1989 - Porsche 944 Turbocharged L 4 Cyl 2.5L - 2475
Exedy
1969 Porsche 911 Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 2.0L Exedy

P311-1D7CDA7    KPO02  New

Qty:
$553.55
  • Sold As Kit Only ; Discmm 215; Discin 8-1/2; SplinesDia 13/16; Splines 24
Brand: Exedy
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1969 - Porsche 911 H 6 Cyl 2.0L 122 1991
Exedy
1989 Porsche 911 Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 3.2L Exedy

P311-42D8B16    KPO03  New

Qty:
$1,291.89
Exedy Clutch Kit
  • Sold As Kit Only ; Discmm 240; Discin 9-1/2; SplinesDia 1-1/32; Splines 23
Brand: Exedy
Additional Fitment Information:
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1989 - Porsche 911 Speedster H 6 Cyl 3.2L - 3163
Exedy
1969 Porsche 912 Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 1.6L Exedy

P311-21D3B3F    KPO04  New

Qty:
$526.88
Exedy Clutch Kit
  • Sold As Kit Only ; Discmm 200; Discin 7-7/8; SplinesDia 13/16; Splines 24
Brand: Exedy
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1969 - Porsche 912 H 4 Cyl 1.6L 97 1582
Exedy
1971 Porsche 911 Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 2.2L Exedy

P311-4B81D2F    KPO05  New

Qty:
$927.64
  • Sold As Kit Only ; Discmm 225; Discin 8-7/8; SplinesDia 13/16; Splines 24
Brand: Exedy
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1971 - Porsche 911 H 6 Cyl 2.2L 134 2195
Sachs
2010 Porsche 911 Clutch Kit Sachs

P311-55D847B    W0133-1972825  New

Qty:
$1,309.35
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2010 - Porsche 911 GT3
Sachs
1974 Porsche 911 Clutch Kit 6 Cyl 2.7L Sachs

P311-1D6D5AF    KF200-01  New

Qty:
$572.18
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Standard; Kit Only; O.D : 8 7/8 ;I.D : 7/8 ;TEETH : 20T
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
1974 - Porsche 911 Carrera H 6 Cyl 2.7L - 2688
Sachs
1982 Porsche 924 Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 2.0L Sachs

P311-5E31C5C    KF298-02  New

Qty:
$586.60
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Standard; 31.03 eng.; Kit Only; O.D : 8 7/8 ;I.D : 1 1/32 ;TEETH : 23T
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
1982 - Porsche 924 Turbocharged L 4 Cyl 2.0L - 1983
Sachs
1991 Porsche 944 Clutch Kit 4 Cyl 3.0L Sachs

P311-5E31C5C    KF298-02  New

Qty:
$586.60
Sachs Clutch Kit
  • Standard; Kit Only; O.D : 8 7/8 ;I.D : 1 1/32 ;TEETH : 23T
Brand: Sachs
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Porsche 944 L 4 Cyl 3.0L - 2983

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clutch slipping

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Question From jimbo-slice on clutch slipping

2000 porsche 911 recently repaired clutch because i thought it was slipping. I would ride the clutch to put car away in garage with steep driveway. I have put 2000 km on since repair, now it appears to be the same as before the repair was done? any ideas
Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

I would ride the clutch to put car away in garage with steep driveway.

You answered your own question.

Response From jimbo-slice Top Rated Answer

I guess I did, but I am thinking that my driveway is only 25 feet long, when I try to drive aggressively the motor reving high and dumping the clutch the clutch appears to slip, maybe the rear engine and wide tires create enough traction that the tires will not spin, but if that the case I would expect to accelerate much quicker. Could be lack of driver skill...

Response From Discretesignals



maybe the rear engine and wide tires create enough traction that the tires will not spin,

Maybe the ASR (anti slip control) system is activating, if equipped.

The engine has more than enough power to melt the tires, but if the system is enabled, it won't spin.



Function

Driving-stability control:
If Traction Control (TC) detects that a certain speed difference between the wheels has been exceeded (wheel spin), engine power is automatically reduced.

Brake control:
In addition to reducing the engine power (driving stability control), the TC (via the ABD) brakes the drive wheel that is spinning.
Since this control requires the drive wheels to be individually controlled, the ABS/TC system is a 4-channel system.

Switching off driving stability control*
Press the "TC OFF" logo of the rocker switch. Driving-stability control cannot be switched off during a TC control process (information light on).
One-sided wheel spin on the drive axle is further prevented by brake control up to a speed of 100 km/h.
Driving stability is not monitored, since the drive wheels can spin at the same rpm (slip).
With driving stability control switched off, the TC warning light in the instrument panel and the indicator light in the rocker switch are lit.
It can be advantageous to switch off driving stability control:
^ on a loose surface and in deep snow
^ when "rocking" the vehicle free
^ when using snow chains.

Switching driving stability control back on*

Press the indicator light in the rocker switch.*

Driving stability control cannot be switched on again during a TC control process (information light on).

* Press the switch for at least 0.1 second. Then a further 0.3 second will pass until the routine is complete. Only then is driving stability control switched off or on.

Response From Discretesignals

Now watch. Since I put that information in the previous post, the OP is going to go out side and find the button to turn it off. Then he is going to leave two burn out marks up his driveway and his wife is going to be pissed.

Response From jimbo-slice

HAHA! wait a few minutes while I go and try out your suggestions, I hope you are correct ...about the car that is...

Response From jimbo-slice

only slightly embarrassed, the PSM was on. Thanks for the help.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Smile - riding the clutch is a no-no for about any reason unless you like the smell of "eau-de-asbestos" fragrance (wife might like) and loss of more bucks which she wont!

T

Response From Discretesignals

Case solved.

Closed to prevent spamming and hijacking.

Using Orifice Tube as indicator to A/C Flush

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Question From Mr.roy_DIY on Using Orifice Tube as indicator to A/C Flush

My mechanic told me i need to replace compressor because it warped do to heat. It will clutch and work when freon it in system, but will only last for 2 weeks or so. He told me i need new compressor and accumulator (should be replaced in process), orifice tube and to do a/c flush. My question goes as if i take orifice tube out and find that there are no debris, can i use this as indicator not to do flush and just replace components? visa versa too. Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

Is this on you Porsche or you Maserati?

Response From Mr.roy_DIY Top Rated Answer

Is this on you Porsche or you Maserati?

This is for GMC Jimmy 4.3L 2wd

Response From Hammer Time

Your Condenser is not flushable anyway

Response From Mr.roy_DIY

Your Condenser is not flushable anyway

Hmm, the mechanic said "A/C Flush" but he did not quote me on condenser replacement. Maybe he was going to flush tubes and evaporator minus condenser. let me know if I am missing. Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

All this has already been explained to you on the other site. Stop beating it to death.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

As said. HE condensers can't be flushed. You can if you lay one flat on a picnic table and use about 400 gallons of lacquer thinner.

Let the techs do their job as seen fit. They have this in front of them, we don't,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Where is that damn crystal ball? CJ gives them out to mods.

Oh - here it is.......



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New member needs some help

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Question From Clean944 on New member needs some help

Hey guys, names Kevin and I just recently purchased a 83 Porsche 944 with the 2.5 and has about 130k on it, anyways here is what I'm running into and I'm stumped. I was driving around the other night and the car got stuck in 4th gear, well I eventually got it out of gear and got it home, well the vehicle then got stuck in neutral, I tried adjusting the shift linkage with no luck, whenever I got the linkage loose, it felt like it was really sloppy, and whenever is tighten it up, it would not go into gear anymore....I'm thinking maybe my clutch slave or master cylinder or shift fork..what do you guys think?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's probably got some worn bushings in the linkage somewhere.

Response From Clean944

Thanks for the quick reply, it always made a quick grind when I went into third, but it was never bad, most people never heard it, is just always feel it. I can't really pinpoint the problem with the stated symptoms..Do you think it could be anything else?

Response From Hammer Time

I gave you an answer. Without even checking what I suggested, you want another answer?