With the piston and cylinder job behind you, and your engine turning over nicely, it is time to install your cylinder heads and cam boxes.
We are up to putting our pistons and cylinders onto the engine. We like to use the ring compression tool to make this job go
So you have a brand new piston in front of you. How do you check the ring-gap? We show you how in this short lesson.
We have already covered the history and changes to the 911 Cylinder Head Stud. You can read all about the 911 head stud. Today we
In our last tutorials, we tested and refit the oil thermostat, and fit the case chain guides. If you missed that, check here. In this
Timing chain guides are one of those parts that has gone through a lot of updates. If you put an early guide next to one
Before you install your oil thermostat, you should find out if it works correctly. An Oil Thermostat is an integral part of your Porsche air-cooled
As we keep moving around the magnesium case, we are ready to re-install the oil breather plate. This cover is prone to warping over time,