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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/03/04 11:54:40 (permalink)
Benelux
Thanks Terry
The advert states the Sealey STW 292 goes up to 1000Nm
 
https://www.ebay.co.uk/it...krid=710-127635-2958-0


Interesting, there must be two versions with the same model number because this is what i looked at:
 
https://www.machinemart.co.uk/p/sealey-stw292-torque-adaptor-digital-34-square/
 
Hope it works okay for you, let us know after you have used it.

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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/03/04 12:04:03 (permalink)
I checked with Sealey its 1000Nm
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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/03/04 12:28:32 (permalink)
The sealey STW 292.v2 that i have is definitely 1000Nm.
 
 
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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/05/26 14:58:21 (permalink)
Lancerlot - Silverline puncture kit
 
I'm need to finalise my spec on a new 992 C2S in the next few days. Just to be clear are you saying that the Silverline kit is better than the Porsche option of tyre sealing compound?
 
If so I'd appreciate your reasons why. Have you used the tyre compound? i've heard that it can be very messy.
 
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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/05/26 16:08:54 (permalink)
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Lancerlot - Silverline puncture kit
I'm need to finalise my spec on a new 992 C2S in the next few days. Just to be clear are you saying that the Silverline kit is better than the Porsche option of tyre sealing compound?
If so I'd appreciate your reasons why. Have you used the tyre compound? i've heard that it can be very messy.
 Thanks.

 
I think you should order the sealer kit for belt and braces, since it includes a fitted Porsche 12v air compressor. The tyre mousse is messy, unreliable and tyre fitters hate it. The Sealey kit is better for tread punctures - it works in exactly the same way as a bicycle repair outfit - but has more grunt. Buy a tube of superglue too in case you slice a tyre wall. This has proved a successful repair on more than occasion. 
 
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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/05/26 16:41:10 (permalink)
Lancerlot, thanks for the quick reply. Configurator changed for the umpteenth time (!!) to include the sealer kit. 
 
I'll get the Sealey kit too.
 
 

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Re: Porsche 992 Turbo S 2022/05/26 17:44:52 (permalink)
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I'll get the Sealey kit too.

It's Silverline, click here.
 
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