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Old 02-10-2014, 11:53 AM   #1
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Replacement engine question

When a new crate engine is purchased from Porsche does it come complete with the the intake distributor, distributor tube and resonance tube?
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:14 PM   #2
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Crate engines usually dont come with anything except for the block, heads, and valve covers. All the misc stuff like brackets can vary from year to year, so you switch them over from your engine
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Here is what a Boxster replacement engine came with in 2000. Probably the same today.

http://bethnrayndogs.com/car_docs/Porsche/porsche/Porsche_Tech/Porsche_TECHNICAL_BOOKS/Tech_Bulletins/Gp1_2a-00-1.pdf
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Replacement engine 987

Thanks, anybody got a build sheet like that for a 987?
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Old 02-11-2014, 07:07 AM   #5
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Here is what a Boxster replacement engine came with in 2000. Probably the same today.

http://bethnrayndogs.com/car_docs/Porsche/porsche/Porsche_Tech/Porsche_TECHNICAL_BOOKS/Tech_Bulletins/Gp1_2a-00-1.pdf
Definitely not the same today. Remanufactured engine from Porsche includes everything bolted directly to the engine. When you remove the engine the replacement will have the same parts attached. Intake manifolds, SAI except the pump, A/C compressor, flywheel & clutch if manual trans, exhaust manifolds. What do you expect for $20,000. + core charge.
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Replacement engine 987

Sorry, but just to be clear are you saying the intake manifold crossover tubes are included in the new engine?
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Sorry, but just to be clear are you saying the intake manifold crossover tubes are included in the new engine?
Yes, every part of the intake, fuel rails & injecters, new throttle body, I think.
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What do you expect for $20,000. + core charge.
14Gs Bypro 14.........on sale that is.
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Wow 14Gs, thats a big drop. 1 year ago my 3.2L was going to cost $20000 +.
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