PaulR964 It seems to be more responsive to the right foot and eager to get up and go, it sounds good, and I'm really pleased I had it done, but it wasn't an easy decision. And I'm sure yours won't be an easy decision for you either, but I hope this helps in some way, though it won't make it any cheaper! Good luck, ... Paul.
GEORGE SHi, I have had a Porsche 964 which I own with my brother for the last 10 years which has always had a small oil leak which has progressively got worse over time. The 964 drives superbly and there are no issues but have started to talk to some specialists on my options on addressing the issue. The general feedback I have had is to leave this alone as all 964 weep oil but as this is getting worse I wanted to reach out to your experience in the forum on my options. I totally understand that this would pretty much mean an engine rebuild to get this sorted and will be costly. Thanks in advance.
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