Everyday Driver Car Debate
Episode 160

Hauling Moose Parts; Permission To Buy A 911; What’s Too Much Horsepower?

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Up in Montana, Brad is a Chevy guy and needs a newer company car for work and play.  He’s a fan of muscle cars, but admits his family needs and outdoor adventures are important too.  Shane in New England is an EVO owner and loves it, but doesn’t like it, and all he can think about are 911s.  The guys wrap up the discussion with favorite car snacks, will cars continue their horsepower increase, and which automotive exec they’d have lunch with…

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Everyday Driver Car Debate - Hauling Moose Parts; Permission To Buy A 911; What’s Too Much Horsepower?
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  • Chris Sun

    Great podcast. FYI just one comment on the 911 turbo. Although they are spared from the IMS issues (as is the GT3/GT2) the pre 997.2's have a coolant line issue where there are 7 pipes in all that are "Glued" in place and the glue eventually goes brittle which means the hoses loosen and coolant is dumped out of the motor. The fix many are going to is to weld the coolant pipes but it is a job that requires the engine out of the car and can be pricey. It seems to happen on cars that are tracked (makes sense since the temperature rise/fall will affect the epoxy) but i've heard of it happening to cars that are just street driven.

  • Everyday Driver

    Interesting info, Chris... thank you!

  • S.

    You guys continue to impress with your attention to detail and conscientious approach to both your craft and your audience. Unbelievable suggestions for so many reasons (just paddling the river of thought included in my of Amazonian email is unbelievable!)! And Paul nailed it: Todd, I have a mint Evo to sell you at a basement-price of 27k (to include the post-purchase upgraded OEM Nav unit and Enkei Kojin rims with sweet summers and the OEMs with winters). And I know you love that car...shoot your reviews of it over the years are half the reason I own it!! C'mon man, you know it's the only way I'm gonna be able to pull the trigger on the car you guys know I need to buy...
    You guys are the best. Thank you.
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