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1969 PORSCHE 911 S

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Vehicle: '1969 PORSCHE 911 S'

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Porsche® 356,911,912,914/6 Wrist Pin Bushing, 1955-1983 Part # P906212
Great Restoration Part Fit And Function Like The Original Learn More
$5.99 ea.

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Piston Ring Set For Porsche® Part # MS-1731
Highest Quality Available From Several Different Manufacturers Available For Most Engine Sizes Sold In Complete Sets Performance Products is proud to offer these quality replacement piston rings for your Porsche. The piston rings have a really tough job. They keep most of the cylinder charge in the cylinders where it belongs in your high compression, hi-reving Porsche. Do not scrimp by on your engine rebuild. Replace your piston rings with one of these quality replacement sets today. Learn More
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Rod Bearing , Standard,For 911®/914-6 Porsche® , 1965 -1971 Part # P904238
All of our rod bearing sets are for a standard crank and rods. We do offer oversize bearings for some applications. Please call for price and availability. Learn More
$79.99 Set

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Connecting Rod Nut , For 911® Porsche®, 1965 -1983 Part # P906222
Stretch bolts are designed to be used only once and should be replaced every time you rebuild the engine. Learn More
$16.99 Set

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Piston Cylinder Set, 81mm, Aluminum/NiSiC Plated, for Porsche® 911 2.0 Ltr. Engines, Set of 6 Part # 65-00053
Increased Strength: Up To 50% Stronger than Cast Aluminum and 35% Stronger than Cast Iron Increased Cooling: Twice the Thermal Conductivity of Factory Cast Aluminum Cylinders Increased Ductility: Stronger and More Ductile than even Ductile Iron Cylinders Developed by Mahle, the Nikasil? process used by Mahle and QSC?s similar silicon carbide composite (NiSiC) plating, consist of silicon carbide in a nickel matrix. Silicon carbide is used partly for its uniform particle size, and partly for its hardness. Silicon carbide is second only to diamonds in hardness and therefore provides excellent wear characteristics. Another reason that silicon carbide is used is that it has a natural tendency to absorb oil, which helps the oil retention of the coating for superior lubrication Learn More
$1,899.99 Set

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