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Porsche 911 Carrera (996) 1999-2005 - Intermediate shaft (IMS) bearing DIY, how to replace

In this video, Bentley Publishers technical editor Nick Czerula and Rick Mikhail from Callas Rennsport show how to replace the Intermediate shaft (IMS) bearing on a Porsche 911 (996). For more information on Bentley Publishers line of Porsche technical manuals, visit http://www.bentleypublishers.com/ Need expert Porsche, BMW or MINI service in the Los Angeles area, visit http://www.callasrennsport.com


 


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IMS Bearing Direct Oil Feed (DOF) Installation Video by TuneRS Motorsports
The Direct Oil Feed (DOF) for IMS Bearings was designed and developed by TuneRS Motorsports. The patent-pending IMS Bearing Direct Oil Feed (DOF) kit for all MY97-08 Porsche water cooled engines (excluding GT2, GT3 and turbo models). The IMS Bearing problem that is existent in these engines is due to the lack of proper lubrication to the IMS Bearing. This kit is not a DIY installation, please consult with your local Porsche shop for installation. Visit our website, www.tunersmotorsports.com for more information on our IMS Bearing Direct Oil Feed (DOF) kit.





Porsche IMS Bearing Failure Explained
Intermediate shaft bearing failure (dual row type) dissected on video from a Porsche Boxster with a 2.5 liter M96 horizontally-opposed six cylinder engine.





Porsche Water Pump Replacement
Here's the water pump replacement on a 1999 Porsche 911 996. The Boxster 986 uses the same water pump but has a somewhat different layout and procedure. Sorry for the shakiness. I didn't have a tripod short enough for under-car shots, so I was one-handing it while working. I also apologize for kind of skipping over the entire reassembly process, but we're limited to 10 minutes, and it's just the reverse of the disassembly. I backed my car onto ramps for this to give myself additional camera clearance, but I've also done it with the car on the ground. Visit renntech.org for great DIY instructions and tips to complement this video.





The IMS Solution
The IMS Solution is the only permanent solution to catastrophic IMS bearing failures by the complete omission of the problematic single row ball bearing. The IMS Solution fits model year 2000 through model year 2005 engines with the single row bearing IMS. The IMS Solution does not fit models with a dual row IMS bearing or the model year 2006 or later type IMS bearing. For more information visit http://www.theimssolution.com





Porsche 911 DOCUMENTARY PART 1/5
The Porsche 911is a luxury 2-door sports coupe made by Porsche. It has a distinctive design, rear engined and with independent rear suspension, an evolution of the swing axle on the Porsche 356. The engine was also air-cooled until the introduction of the Type 996 in 1998. Since its introduction in autumn 1963, it has undergone continuous development. The basic concept has remained little changed throughout its evolution. Throughout its lifetime, the 911 has been modified by private teams and by the factory itself for racing, rallying and other forms of automotive competition. It is among the most successful competition cars ever. In the mid 1970s, normally aspirated 911 Carrera RSRs won major world championship sports car races such as Targa Florio, Daytona, Sebring and N├╝rburgring, even against prototypes. The 911-derived 935 turbo also won the coveted 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1979. Manufacturer: Porsche AG Production: 1963--present Assembly: Stuttgart, Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Germany Predecessor: Porsche 356 Body style(s): 2-door coupe, 2-door cabriolet, 2-door Targa Layout:Rear-engine, rear-wheel drive / four-wheel drive





Porsche 911: Used Car Pre-Purchase Inspection -- /DRIVE CLEAN
/DRIVE CLEAN's first episode of season 2 is set to cover one of the most overlooked aspects of buying a used car, and that's the pre-purchase inspection. If you intend to purchase a used classic and spend your time driving and protecting it, then you would do best to inspect it before you buy. This particular car is a second hand Porsche 911 and the buyer in question is admittedly obsessive. We took the opportunity to document the whole transaction from begin to end, and noted 10 actionable steps that will help you when buying a used car. Go to www.ammonyc.com to get your free PDF Guide of the 10-Step Pre-Purchase Inspection. As always, post any questions and comments in the section below so that we can respond to them. www.youtube.com/ammonycdotcom www.facebook.com/ammonyc





DIY - changing front brakes on a water-cooled Porsche
Here's a tutorial of changing front brakes on a Porsche 996. It also applies to 997s, Boxsters and Caymans. This is part 1 - disassembly. See part 2 for reassembly (and other videos for rear brakes and how to deal with stripped screws).





NY Andrew's Porsche 996 Engine, odd things, Motor Meister





Best Motoring Japan 1998-12 - Porsche 911 Special (964, 993, 996)
3 generations of Porsche 911 tested against current JDM sports cars. Honda NSX-S, Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 5, Nissan Skyline R34 GT-T, Honda DC2 Integra Type R. Excuse the crappy subs but I don't have a better video source than what looks like a Hong Kong translated video rip.





Porsche Boxster 2001 IMS installation trouble
Porsche Boxster 2001 (w/ dual-row IMS). Having problems while trying to install the new bearing (LN retrofit kit)





Flintworks IMS Retrofit on a Porsche Boxster
http://www.flintworksauto.com This is Alden doing a dual row intermediate shaft bearing retrofit from LN Engineering on the Flintworks/McGeary Investment Management Spec Boxster





Review: Porsche 911 Carrera (1999)
Mike Rutherford reviews the Porsche Carrera - a new 911





2005 Boxster IMS Bearing Install
Installation of the LN Engineering IMS Bearing in a 2005 Boxster 2.7. Note that the installation tool is white. That is frost from the tool and bearing after it emerged from the freezer. It is chilled in order to shrink the steel to allow easier installation.





Changing fuel filter on a 996 C4
Here's a video showing how I changed the fuel filter on my Porsche Carrera 4. I believe the process is similar for the GT3 models. The Carrera 2 has the fuel filter in a different location; and the later cars don't have an external filter. There are some boring parts while I try to figure out of to wiggle the damn thing out of the engine compartment - feel free to skip around





Porsche 996 986 bumper removal
Removing the front bumper from a 1999 Porsche 911 to clean the radiators.




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