Koni Adjustment Procedures|
Koni Adjustment Procedures
Do not place shock absorber in a vice (exc
A-arm bushing modification (65-68 911/912)|
Author: Skip Discussion: During various parts of my '66 912 restoration/rebuild/upgrade project, I've come up against the curse of old car restorers-parts! Yes, I know, Porsches are actually on
Brakes, front - 924S, 944, 944S|
Rotors - Sebro Slotted ( OE Zimmerman or , gas-slotted and cross-drilled also available)
Pads - ( 944.351.951.02 E Pagid or Jurid , Mintex and KFP Magnum also av
Brey-Krause Strut Brace Installation - 944|
Open hood to gain access to the strut bearing mounting nuts.
There are (4) 13mm. strut bearing mounting nuts per side. Remove the (2) front and (1) inner
Clutch Replacement - Part One|
The following account explains in detail the procedure of changing a clutch in a 944/951. It also contains a list of tools, chemicals, parts and the sources where to find them. The
Clutch Replacement - Part Two|
Remove shift boot lever (retaining clip at top )(Be careful of plastic cosmetic items, remove ashtray, two screws, lift center piece slightly & push out lea
DME Chip Installation|
924S - located under the steering column - remove the four 8mm nuts holding it in.
85.5-91 944, 968 - located in the passenger-side foot well, behind the carp
Portable air tank tips|
Go ahead and laugh, but if this helps just one person...
Many of us have the small portable air tanks for various tasks, most for quick racing tire pressure changes. Frust
K&N Air Filter Facts|
Why K&N Makes The World's Best Air Filters
Facts You Should Know About Air Filters
Paper vs K&N
Stock Replacement Filters
Washable and Reusable
Motor Mount Replacement|
Motor Mount Choices for the 944. Diagnosis:
Motor mounts are designed to absorb vibration from the 944's water-cooled engine. Here are some warning signs that yours may
Oil Pressure Relief Valve|
944 Oil Pressure Relief Valve Background:
Within the 944 series cars, the oil pressure is regulated by both speed of the engine as the engine drives the oil pump, and by a pressure valve.&n
Rear Ride Height Adjustment|
Porsche 924/944/968 rear ride height can be lowered (in most cases) by approximately ¾" using the following procedure. This adjustment was originally designed for factory ride height settings across
Rear Wheel Bearing Replacement - 924, early 944|
Parts needed: Rear Wheel Bearing Kit Stub Axel Nut/Rear Wheel Bearing Nut Moly Grease Procedure:
Lift rear or entire vehicle SAFELY!
Remove the rear wheels.
Rear Wheel Bearing Replacement - late 944, 968|
This procedure will describe the removal and subsequent installation of rear wheel bearings on a Porsche 944 with aluminum trailing arms (1985.5 & later)
Rod Bearing Replacement|
This procedure will detail the steps necessary to replace the Rod Bearings on a 944 Turbo car. With some modifications it may also be applied to normally aspirated 944
Shift Lever Rebuild|
This is an alternate procedure This article is an alternate procedure for overhauling the shift lever. Normally, replacement of parts with new would be ideal. The parts ne
Short Shift Kit|
Raise care on lift or place on jack stands. Make sure car is safely and securely supported, and you have plenty of room to see around the transaxle.
Torsion Bar Replacement|
Information for what Torsion Bars to Use Please Click Here . Be warned that torsion bar replacement for a 944 is not a job for the faint of heart. In fact even experienced specialists wil
Transaxle Fluid Change|
Easier than an oil change! The Factory Service Manual recommends this action every 36,000 miles or 3 years and suggests you use "hypoid transmission oil SAE 75W90 to API Class G
Rear Sway Bar Installation|
This procedure is specifically for the installation of a 968 M030 Sway Bar but also applies to any 924/944/968 factory sway bar.
The best (easiest) way to remove or install the sway bar is with