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LN News and Updates

  • Tech Tuesday: Buying a Porsche

    The Knowledge Gruppe's Knowledgebase Article "Buying a Porsche" on how to make an informed decision when a used Porsche Boxster, Cayman, or 911 is right for you. A well informed consumer willing to take a few extra steps and perform a thorough pre-purchase inspection can potentially reduce their chances of large, unexpected out of pocket expenses.
  • Tech Tuesday: Why IMS Pre-Qualification Matters

    Pre-qualification matters! Engines fitted with new IMS bearings that are not pre-qualified can lead to costly failures.
  • Driven DCT fluid beats factory PDK fill in SWRI independent testing

    The results are in from SWRI for the CEC L45 and D5481 testing of the new Driven DCT/PDK fluid versus the Audi/VW/Porsche Group factory fill fluid. The Driven product's viscosity is 4 times more stable than the factory fill product and it meets all of the clutch performance requirements, making it the best choice for both street and track in your Porsche vehicle.
  • Tech Tuesday: What is the IMS Solution?

    The IMS Solution provides a plain bearing in place of the factory's ball bearing, just like the factory did in the Mezger engine.
  • New LN BRS Power Steering Cooler - A Plug and Play Solution

    The new LN BRS Power Steering Cooler is a plug and play solution to high power steering fluid temperatures and the known problems associated with power steering pump failures with M96/M97 powered Porsche Boxster, Cayman, and 911 models, 1997 through 2008.
  • Tech Tuesday: IMS Service Intervals

    The IMS bearing in the M96 engine has a service interval, like a timing belt on many modern engines, or timing chain, like the Audi 4.2 V8 that needs a new timing chain every 75-100k. Depending on the technology used to update your IMS bearing, the service interval may differ, or may even not need future servicing.
  • New LN BRS GT3 A/C Condenser Delete

    The LN BRS GT3 Condenser Delete improves engine cooling both on and off track without sacrificing creature comfort.
  • Tech Tuesday: M97 Engine 2006-2008 Common Concerns

    LN Engineering receives many calls from concerned current and potential future owners of 2006-2008 Porsche Boxster, Cayman, and 911 cars with the M97 engine. As with prior model years beginning in 1997 with the Boxster and 1999 with the 911, this generation of models with the M96 and M97 engine are a great value and are excellent vehicles to drive and own, with proper maintenance.
  • PCA Club Racing Approved Spec Cayman Connecting Rods

    LN Engineering offers many solutions such as Nickies and billet connecting rods, driven by the needs of Spec Boxster and Spec Cayman classes in PCA Club Racing.
  • Tech Tuesday: Pistons for Porsche 356 Engines

    LN Engineering has a different approach to supplying pistons for Porsche 356 and 912 engines. Our process requires that you tell us what your cylinder head chamber volumes measure. Only then we supply a piston to guarantee the final compression ratio, matched to a set of our billet aluminum Nickies cylinders.

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