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Jim Gaisford took some very good pics of the trackday last week, with a few 928s included!
Porsche AG recently conducted sufficient modern tyre formula testing to issue a new report on modern tyres on classic Porsche models. The report covers all models but Ive exerpted the 928 details here.
1989 928 S4 Stone Grey Metallic Auto
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My 928 windscreen wipers developed an unhealthy grinding noise when operated a few weeks ago, then they completely stopped working, so I needed to find out what was wrong and how I could fix them.
On a (rare) beautiful December morning, six 928 owners headed for Surrey Rolling Road in Chobham. As it turned out, we had a fantastic mix of pretty much every engine configuration that Porsche made for the 928. This was going to be a rare opportunity to compare the power and torque of the different engine versions fitted to 928's.
Ever since I have owned my 89S4 auto the radio has been quite bad, it forgets the radio stations and the speakers flap about which sounds like a lot of the presenters are passing wind. I thought it was about time to update it and do it on a budget. I expect I could have spent much more on it and included amplifiers and replace all of the speakers with components sets. I decided to replace 4 speakers, the 2 10cm speakers in the front doors and the 17cm speakers in the rear behind the seats, remove the old amp if installed and power the speakers from the head unit. The Apline speakers came to £75, the Kenwood radio was also around £75 and then I spent about £20 at Maplins.