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Old 07-03-2015, 09:08 PM   #46
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Looking good! Not sure I would use the stop smoke as assembly lube. I would just use engine oil and hand crank it enough to get the oil pressurized just before installation.
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Old 07-09-2015, 03:15 PM   #47
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Yup. Will be flushing. The oil cooler will beed to be cleaned really well. Might take it to get ultrasonically cleaned. Tomorrow the replacement parts will be ordered.

Edit: Decided to just buy a new oil cooler.
Looking good!

Did you see any debris coming out of the oil cooler at all when you flushed it? The cooler is the first part the oil hits after the oil filter. The cooler is full of small convoluted channels inside, it may trap some debris *IF* the filter bypass valve was tripped and let in larger debris. I think it's a wise decision to use a new cooler.
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Old 07-17-2015, 02:07 PM   #48
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Looking good!

Did you see any debris coming out of the oil cooler at all when you flushed it? The cooler is the first part the oil hits after the oil filter. The cooler is full of small convoluted channels inside, it may trap some debris *IF* the filter bypass valve was tripped and let in larger debris. I think it's a wise decision to use a new cooler.
Never flushed it. Instead just bought a new one.

Project is on hold until I finish a project on a 928 in a few weeks. Then back to assembly and deciding what to replace the failing hybrid IMS bearing. I'll post pictures of it a little later.
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Old 12-04-2015, 03:59 PM   #49
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Project still on hold until I finish working on another 928. Hopefully before the newnyear. Itching to restart work on this.
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Finally finished working on that 928 and will have time to restart this project after this weekend. I will post pictures soon
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Imre, how's the progress with the 996 rebuild?
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