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Special tools for 2007 Cayman S engine rebuild

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Paulman
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2019/12/28 10:13:19 (permalink)

Special tools for 2007 Cayman S engine rebuild

Hello to all!
 
I am rebuilding my M97 on my cayman S and was wondering what special tools are needed maybe for timing or other any tool which is a must buy in order to rebuild the engine.
Your help is much appreciated!
 
Regards,
 
Paul

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    Motorhead
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    Re: Special tools for 2007 Cayman S engine rebuild 2019/12/28 13:22:01 (permalink)
    Paul,
     
    If you've got a friendly local Porsche Independent maybe you could ask them? Maybe they'd be prepared to lend them to you for a short while?
     
    Just a thought but Hartech are well-established Porsche engine rebuilders and apparently are very approachable for advice:
     
    https://www.hartech.org/
     
    Jeff

    987.2 Cayman S
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    Paulman
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    Re: Special tools for 2007 Cayman S engine rebuild 2019/12/28 13:38:43 (permalink)
    Hi Jeff,
     
    Local Porsche dealers are very strict when it comes to ask them for information or tools. I can have a try but I'm more than sure that they won'y be very helpful on this. I will definitely have a look and ask Hartech!
     
    Regards,
     
    Paul
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