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    South Lyon, MI, USA
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  • Present cars
    Porsche 911s 997 6-speed
    Audi A4 2.0T CVT
    Mitsu Eclipse GT 3.0 5-speed
    Scion xD
  • Former cars
    BMW 650i cab
    Audi S4 V8 6-speed

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  1. 997.1 S brake rotors, pads and brake fluid flush/replace. If anyone's interested, I documented my full brake service on my 2005 997 S here.... http://www.motodyn.c...id-replacement/ EDIT: Thanks to Binger for some suggested improvements in how to retract the pags/pistons without causing fluid contamination in the master cylinder. The updates have been incorporated into my write-up. OB. Author OldBaldy Category Carrera (997-1) - Maintenance Submitted 07/07/2013 01:23 PM Updated 07/09/2013 02:44 PM  
  2. If anyone's interested, I documented my full brake service on my 2005 997 S here.... http://www.motodyn.c...id-replacement/ EDIT: Thanks to Binger for some suggested improvements in how to retract the pags/pistons without causing fluid contamination in the master cylinder. The updates have been incorporated into my write-up. OB.
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