No matter how few kilometres you drive we recommend that you bleed and change you brake fluid every two years as a minimum. However, if you track your Porsche, or you regularly go on drives where you hit the brakes … Read more
These small rubber cones are probably up there with brakes and wiper blades as one of the most commonly replaced parts on a Porsche. Judging by appearance, the humble bump stop looks like a very basic part, however the role … Read more
So how likely is it that you could experience a catastrophic engine failure due to your IMS Bearing (Intermediate Shaft Bearing) failing? There is differing opinions, but for the 1997– 2005 model 996 and Boxster 986 that are most susceptible … Read more
Not that many of you (both of you? Someone? Anyone?) would have noticed, but the over-hyped roller skate that is the 10KHop has been suspiciously absent from track days and Porsche Club gatherings by the bay.
There is good reason … Read more
With Melbourne weather starting to heat up, you’ve probably already turned on your car cooling… especially on those sticky humid days where opening the windows just doesn’t really cut it.
If you have been underwhelmed by a coolish breeze rather … Read more
At NINEAUTO we use both OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and genuine Porsche parts. A part can be described as genuine if it is supplied directly through the Porsche network. Genuine Porsche parts will always come in Porsche packaging and be … Read more
So we are up and running on Instagram under nineautoporsche just click on this link to find us. We’d love you to get involved and follow us.… Read more
Around this time of year, I get a few tax related requests… mostly for copies of last financial years invoices.
This year I had an accountant request details of a cars VIN and Engine Number. I have previously written posts … Read more
Life is full of expectations, some fulfilled, others not. And tough breaks too. For many of us, if you’re like me, our formative years were spent obsessed with anything that turned petrol into noise, preferably with four wheels, but that … Read more
In the last month we have installed a Wevo Short Shifter and PSJ Coupling to the following 3 cars: 1976 911 2.7,1980 911 SC and a 1984 911 3.2.
The primary motivation behind moving to a Wevo Shifter is to … Read more