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ch3tman
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1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 4

PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

An update covering some of this year's work...

Following on from the new wheels, I was still undecided on coloured crests or black and white, but picked up a set of the latter and will see how I like them over the coming months...



Old and new...





I had been after a set of new set of headlight lens for a while to help freshen up the front end, and it really makes a significant difference! The downside of having newish indicator corners and headlights is the foglight cluster now looks a little dated...what contemplating whether to simply replace like for like, or go for an alternative ducting arrangement.



Then came some more significant work...
I wanted to have the clutch replaced due to it still being the original one, and despite there being no signs of slippage, we had a planned a roadtrip for late summer (which sadly ended up being pushed to next year) and wanted the car to be tip top. The spark plugs were only changed around 15k miles ago in 2013 during the car's first service in my ownership, but with the engine being dropped, we took the chance to do a full 24k service.

The scope of activities therefore became:

- 24k service incl. plugs, fuel filter, etc.
- Clutch
- RMS
- Engine lid struts
- New engine bay insulation/sound pad - better solution than the 'motorraumdämmmattenleiste' aka tidy strip!
- Engine mounts
- Lower wishbone
- New battery [Bosch S5 096] - with the roadtrip in mind more than anything else

Allowing my wallet to recover a little Neutral, I took advantage of the recent mild weather and the car was washed & waxed ahead of the upcoming wetter months.
It will continue to be used through winter - and I really look forward to it Smile.













In my mind, this year's activities marks the end of a lot of the big ticket items I had planned when I first acquired the car: Brakes, Suspension, Transmission. Phew...Smile.

What's next? I'd really like to visit Wayne at ChipWizards - it's a long way away and I understand securing a slot can be challenging... however the feedback speaks for itself! Very Happy
 
  
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Your car looks fabulous, you should be very proud Thumb
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 7:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ch3tman....your 993 looks fantastic , one of the best I have seen on here's....Aventura ... What a class colour !

It is a credit to your care and ownership mate !
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 7:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great work Sir and lovely car Thumb

Wheels look good although I do love the cups wheels too...

Lower wishbone, did you only replace one Question

Can I ask where you sourced your engine pad?, I need to do mine whilst engine is out.

RMS, I have access to mine right now and was pondering whether to replace or not as there's no signs of leakage or anything, was thinking if it ain't broke and all that, what is the general recommendation amongst the crew?.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's quite a big job to get to the RMS so if you have access now, I'd suggest replacing it. I don’t remember how much the part itself was but it wasn't a lot.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ch3tman - this looks like an awesome car...congratulations. I am loving my C2 (still less than a month into ownership) and also love using it as my daily - very relieved to see someone else using a 993 as a daily given that everyone I come across thinks I am completely mad.
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ch3tman
Hockenheim


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1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 4

PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

MattyR - thanks once again Wink.

911TEL wrote:
Ch3tman....your 993 looks fantastic , one of the best I have seen on here's....Aventura ... What a class colour !

It is a credit to your care and ownership mate !

Very kind of you to say 911TEL - thank you Thumb - the colour looks superb when the car is as clean and shiny as it is in those photos. The challenge, of course, is keeping it that clean all year round. I must invest in a DA polisher, as otherwise it's taking me many many hours Embarassed...

Cameltoe & Heel wrote:
Great work Sir and lovely car Thumb

Wheels look good although I do love the cups wheels too...

Lower wishbone, did you only replace one ?:

Can I ask where you sourced your engine pad?, I need to do mine whilst engine is out.

RMS, I have access to mine right now and was pondering whether to replace or not as there's no signs of leakage or anything, was thinking if it ain't broke and all that, what is the general recommendation amongst the crew?.

Trev

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Agree on the Cup II wheels - I did contemplate selling them earlier in the year but glad I've kept hold of them now - probably the best 17" option for our cars and a classic design! Cool

Re: wishbone, we could see the OSR was newer and likely changed prior to my ownership, and so decided to change the other one this year (along with ARB bushes), whilst investigating a slight squeaking sound on the NSR, followed by geo. All back to normal now; no more annoying squeaky bush.

The engine pad was obtained direct from Porsche along the majority of those other items in the list. It was only £59.80+VAT and a no brainer given the engine was out. Surprisingly, given the amount of heat generated within the bay, it's stuck on with glue! Anyway, if it lasts another 20 years, we can't complain Smile.

Re: RMS, I had a very similar conversation with my indy in terms of whether to get it done. The consensus was if the engine is being dropped, it's another no brainer. As Sutton mentions above, it's not expensive... looking at the invoice now: £31.41+VAT.

pierrebear wrote:
Ch3tman - this looks like an awesome car...congratulations. I am loving my C2 (still less than a month into ownership) and also love using it as my daily - very relieved to see someone else using a 993 as a daily given that everyone I come across thinks I am completely mad.

Cheers pierrebear - and glad to hear you're using yours frequently too! The 993 is capable and civilised in equal measures - so there's no reason not to! Very Happy After wanting a 993 for so many years, I'm not going to just leave it parked up in the garage...
We are definitely in the minority here, but keep up the usage! Miles = Smiles Smile
 
  
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ch3tman
Hockenheim


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1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 4

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A small 'winter 2017' update, covering 2 items that had remained on the 'nice to have' list since ownership began.

Firstly, sound deadening of door cars and a much needed upgrade of speakers. Whilst the tweeters were the original factory Nokia units, the mid-range/woofers in the doors (as well as those in the rear/parcel shelf) had been upgraded to a set of Pioneer units several years ago when the Becker Grand Prix was installed. Out came the fronts and in went, along with a set of new speaker grills, a set of components: Hertz ESK165 They may not blow away our resident audiophile's, but they are massive improvement in terms of sound quality Smile. The other contenders were the Audison Prima APK165, though I was advised whilst they are better performing for the mid-higher frequencies, you may find them lacking in the low end and hence would benefit from a separate/dedicated sub-woofer. I opted against going down the amplifier and sub-woofer route, and so far, no regrets what.

Along with the speakers, sound deadening in the form of Skinz Pro 2mm/Skinz Wave Diffuser/Skinz Liner 6mm was installed to address road noise and improve acoustics.

Out...



In...














Secondly, I finally managed to get the car booked in with Wayne Schofield at ChipWizards for a live remap session. Not sure what else I can add to the overwhleming feedback he's already received from the community - he's clearly passionate about what he does - backed up by phenomenal knowledge and ability - whilst being happy to educate along the way.

Results as follows:



Pleased with the delta! Smile I should add I'm still waiting for the torque figures...Rolling Eyes. The most noticeable benefit has been the way power is delivered across the rev range, feels 'opened up' a little and generally very smooth and linear - especially low end - no juddering both when coming on and off the throttle.
The long drive home was... enjoyable Very Happy.



Next month welcomes tax, MOT and the annual service. Due to work and travel, the car has only seen ~1k miles since the last service, but there is most certainly a plan to pile on the miles this year...
 
  
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How many skins did you use on the doors - four? Is there are procedure for layering and did you do it yourself as I have an upcoming project looming Dont know
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ch3tman
Hockenheim


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1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 4

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zingari wrote:
How many skins did you use on the doors - four? Is there are procedure for layering and did you do it yourself as I have an upcoming project looming Dont know

Did I do it myself? ...Embarassed you don't know me well enough; I would cause more harm than good!
I prefer to leave it to the experts Thumb.

The general theory seems to be to spend a lot of effort on surface preparation/surface degreasing - Skinz have products for this, as I'm sure competitor brands do. Then sound deaden the outer door skin with the wave diffuser - see the bumpy stuff through the speaker opening in the third pic down? Then sound deaden the inner panel with sound deadening - in many other pics it looks like silver foil, in mine its the black stuff (Skinz Pro black) - covering everything in sight! Finally you can apply a panel liner to conceal the whole lot and provide a further layer of deadening. Sorry, I cannot help on the amount of material required...
 
  
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ch3tman
Hockenheim


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1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 4

PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In late May the car went in for its annual service - given the major items worked on in the past 12 months, the plan was to very much keep this visit to a minor service followed by the MOT.

I'd also asked my local expert (Tognola Engineering) to give the car a general check-over ahead of a planned road European roadtrip. Just as I left the car with him, Peter noticed there was a split in the fan shroud air diverter - seemingly quite a common issue on our cars. A few days later Peter called to notify me he'd observed two of the CV boots in rather poor condition - and probably wouldn't advise going on a long run given the damage that could occur to the driveshafts with the joints drying out what. The recommendation was to replace all 4 - inner and outer boots - I gather this is a messy and tedious job!

Having formed a positive rapport with Peter over the years, I trust Tognola Engineering without hesitation yes so taking the recommendations into account, the work-list became:

- Minor service
- MOT
- Replace fan shroud diverter
- Replace inner/outer CV boots
- Air-con re-gas
- General checkover/adjustments ahead of upcoming trip

Once again the car flew through it's MOT which was pleasing Smile.
 
  
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ch3tman
Hockenheim


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1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 4

PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So with the car back from service, it was time to set off on the overdue roadtrip, which for one reason or another, was pushed out from last year. It was also the first time taking the 993 on the continent; excitement and nerves in equal measure, especially as I'd convinced my wife it'll be more rewarding than flying out to a relaxing beach destination! puh

The general order of the route as follows:

>>> Eurotunnel UK>FR
>>> Metz, FR
>>> Baden Baden, DE
>>> Lake Constance, DE (via B500 Black Forest High Road, DE)
>>> Innsbruck, AT (via Hahntennjoch Pass, AT)
>>> Grossglockner High Alpine Road, AT
>>> Karlsruhe, DE
>>> Reims, FR
>>> Eurotunnel FR>UK

We really wanted to cover Silvretta High Alpine Road on the way into Innsbruck, however it was still shut from the winter (only just opened in recent days), so we headed to Hahntennjoch instead.
Credit to fellow 911uk'er infrasilver Thumb - his past trips, reports and personal correspondence aided our route mapping. The aim was to cover no more than 400-450km a day. A previous trip in the pre-911 days had seen us cover up to ~725km in one hit yawn, we knew that was just too much to make an enjoyable trip for us both.


All in all a manageable ~1,805 miles or ~2,905 kilometers were covered over 9 days, with 2 nights in Reims (champagne tour of course Salut) and 3 nights in Innsbruck (small city with a cool vibe).


On to some photos, starting with the almost obligatory one:





Not too many photos along the B500 - it was so enjoyable - free flowing, fast moving roads with sweeping bends... we covered most of it without stopping Very Happy. Certainly lived up to expectations and it definitely won't be the last time we visit the Black Forest Cool.

On our way into Lake Constance, we came across a pleasant surprise. We'd earlier seen a blacked out Porsche '992 test mule' absolutely flying - I'd not seen a vehicle move so quick 'in the wild' for a long time. Turns out we were heading into the same town, so after we caught him up and swapped a headlight flash/hazard light exchange, stopped at a petrol station:





He was indeed a test driver for Porsche and a very friendly one at that. They have felt coverings which they have to apply across the whole of the dash, centre console, door cards, etc. whenever parked up to prevent uninvited photos. The 992 has an interesting dash/gauge Wink.

A quick comparison...





I preferred mine...Shut Up Laughing.

Onto the Lake, a nice buzz at the waterfront and a perfect place to eat/drink/relax after the B500...thumbsup









Heading into Austria, the scenary became rather spectacular...Surprised









Hahntennjoch Pass definitely lived up to it's dangerous roads tag; at times the pass can get quite narrow and often without any barriers what, pretty intricate, and not too many overtaking opportunities (unlike the B500). This technical nature of the road, with its very tight back to back hairpins coupled with a steep ascent at pace, meant I worried about grounding out a few times! It was a thrilling drive with some breathtaking views along the way Cool.







In fact the route we took leading into the Hahntennjoch Pass was just as enjoyable & memorable - catch the 200 from Müselbach and follow it into the 198 around Warth all the way until Elmen for the pass Thumb.

Innsbruck:



Next up, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. Not much more to say other than it lived up to the billing of one of the best driving roads in Europe worship. Definitely allow more time than you think; you'll be stopping more often than you expect to take in the phenomenal landscape...Smile The change in weather from bottom to top was also quite dramatic!







We headed back into Germany via the Autobahn where the 993 managed to stretched it's legs Very Happy - satisfying to know that despite it's age, performed well and remained pretty stable at high speed.
I think the car feels better for it! Laughing

Finally, we stopped at Reims-Gueux on the way back to Calais...





Finishing with 2 of my favoured images from the trip:



Difficult not to be impressed with the 993's curves from above Cloud 9 :



The tone of the trip was set from the outbound Eurotunnel; a gentleman from the next carriage up came over to check out 993 during the journey. Lots of appreciating nods of the head or waves were exchanged across France/Germany/Austria which was quite cool too Smile.

Along the way, we saw a handful of pre-'89 911s, maybe 8 to 10 964s out and about, and maybe 20+ 997s (by far the most friendliest, always offering a wave! bye) ...but only ONE 993 - a stunning French plated C2S in Arctic Silver. Where are the others all hiding? Confused

We're so glad we did the trip, we came back buzzing - whilst it wasn't a relaxing break there was a real sense of adventure. Massively relieved the car behaved, too (I carry a spare DME relay in the car, but other than that... Neutral ).

In future we hope to experience either the Spanish Pyrenees or the Italian Dolomites. Hopefully both! thumbsup

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:12 pm    Post subject: 993 Reply with quote

Boy,how much nicer the 993 looks compared to the 992! worship
 
  
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looked like a brilliant trip! I laughed at the first photo; who needs a cup holder when you have a "tea tray"?
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Awesome trip, great write-up and pics. Thumb

The 993 looks so good with a drop and splits.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Amazing pics...making me want to go now too Sad

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some cracking photo's there, looked like a great road trip Thumb
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent write up and pics. I drove the Grossglockner last year in a hired Fiat 595 Abarth which was fun altho the brakes did get hammered! Would be so cool to do it in a 993.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 23, 2018 6:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the comments - it was indeed a great trip!

stichill99 wrote:
Boy,how much nicer the 993 looks compared to the 992! worship

The newer cars are just so big & bloated!

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Awesome trip, great write-up and pics. Thumb

The 993 looks so good with a drop and splits.

C.

Thanks! ...and totally agree. A 993 looks and handles so much better when sitting between the factory M033/Sport & RS heights.

ChrisT70 wrote:
Excellent write up and pics. I drove the Grossglockner last year in a hired Fiat 595 Abarth which was fun altho the brakes did get hammered! Would be so cool to do it in a 993.


Relatively new brakes and clutch were definitely called into action! The variety of cars doing the same pass was quite cool in itself... we saw modern supercars that you'd hear before seeing including Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani and of course Porsche... to classics from the 70s and 80s...to 'club runs' including Alfa, MG and Mini. Some in 'time attack' mode, some taking it all in at their leisure - everyone just enjoying it in their own way. I imagine a 595 Abarth would've been a lot of fun too, especially with its raspy exhaust note bouncing off those walls! Laughing
 
  
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In late July, Luftgekühlt crossed the Atlantic for the first time and landed at Bicester Heritage. Described as:
    In the Porsche vernacular, Luftgekühlt represents all the air-cooled cars in the manufacturer’s history, from the Pre-A 356 through the 993 model line, which ended in 1998.

    The Luftgekühlt brand is the brainchild of two-time Le Mans class winner Patrick Long and noted Southern California creative director Howie Idelson. A true Porsche happening, Luftgekühlt is an experiential car culture event centered around a tightly curated list of historically significant or interesting cars, both race and street. There's no set formula for our events, but we're excited by cool venues, fun people, and creative expression, so you can bet those elements will always be in our recipe.
More info here: https://luftgekuhlt.com/



Despite a 24hr downpour in the middle of 'the heatwave of 2018', the event was really enjoyable with several iconic Porsche present - quite easily the most impressive I've seen - stunning eye candy behind every corner Cool. Many images can be found using the tag #LuftGB.

Here are two images of my 993 from the day:


^courtesy of Yellow Hound Photography


^courtesy of Jason Easton Photography
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