At All-Porsche Swap & Car Display at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim for Day 3 of the Annual Porsche Literature Meet.
I decided to drive an hour down to Costa Mesa to visit a couple of local shops and look at some cars. I started with Tru Speed. It was a beautiful day and Tru Speed welcome me with a gift bag full of posters, stickers, and some work gloves. I knew it was going to be a good day. And keeping to the German theme they had Bratwurst and German Beers. Here are some of the cars I experienced!!
Asses of the Carrera GT 2004-2007 (Carrera GT number one on its list of Top Sports Cars of the 2000s)
Porsche 959 1986–1989 (World Fastest Street Legal Car 1986). This is one of the last 959 made, 1989!!
During the Annual Porsche Literature Meet specialty shops open the doors so Porsche Enthusiast can come check out projects and cars that they are working on. Opening day, Friday I decided to head down to torrence to Callas Rennsport. I was greeted by the legend Tony Callas himself who is a nice down to earth person. He walked a group of us around and talk about the cars and asked any questions that we had.
When I turned on my heater, it was not getting that hot so I did some research and realized that I had AIR in the cooling system. There are two ways to get this air out, Manually: where yo run the car to operational temperature then you bleed the system. Another is witha a Pressure Tester(Below). It will put pressure on the system.
-Fill the coolant reservoir to between the minimum and maximum marks.
-Obtain a coolant system pressure tester and attach it to the coolant reservoir.
-If you don’t have a tester, many of the better auto parts stores will loan you one.
-Pressurize the coolant system slowly until a steady stream of coolant comes out of the vent. Do not exceed 10 psi pressure.
-Close the vent.