Aircooled 911s
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By jacke2c
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A place for aircooled 964 owners to share their expertise...
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By amdavid
#3646
Someday again. Had a 91 Amazon Green C2 for a few years.
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By Marine Blue
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Hopefully see some more activity here....
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By Rocket Rob
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Me too.
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By JRMaroon
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Not a 964 expert but will share the results of a lower valve cover replacement in the next few weeks.

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By sundog
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I'm happy to answer any technical questions that come up. I've done a ton of rework on my 1991 Carrera 2, rebuilt engine, suspension, exhaust, many electrical things, and a ton of weird issues.
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By fpena944
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Had a chance to buy a 1991 C2 for $17k back in 2008. Ended up with my 996 a year later but that 964 brought a smile to my face that no other vehicle has done since.
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By Rocket Rob
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C4 vibration at 60mph - torque tube bearings?

I have vibration at 60mph. You can feel it at 40 and up to 90 but its worse at 60mph. I have tried two sets of wheels/tires without change. I have new axles and wheel bearings, shocks and shock mounts. New trans mount and the vibration remains. I have swapped my wheels/tires from my other car and the vibration remains and does not move to the other car. I'm running out of ideas on what else it could be.

Very frustrating. Wondering if the bearings in the torque tube are worn??? Has anyone had to change them? If so, what is involved in doing so?

Car is a 1990 964 C4 cab
Mileage = 262K

Thanks in advance
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By jacke2c
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Although I sold my house with a shop and a two post lift two years ago, I figured it was time to continue with the upgrades on restoring my junk yard Porsche to its former glory. I had bought a used bumper cover from Autobahn1 about 4-5 years ago that had the Tech-Art fog lights and brake ducts. Apparently the original bumper had been damaged slightly and was filled with bondo, and then bumped again cracking it... It was that way when I bought it... apparently it had been driven fairly hard at one time. Its amazing how time consuming it is to do something as simple as a bumper cover when you don't have your lift and you have to crawl around on the floor to get to all the screws at a youthful 64 years old.

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