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Hey all,

I'm new to the Porsche world (have had the 996 for a year) and have done some work to it, met up with a lot of owners at C&Cs around, and kept up with the scene in the Bay for awhile.

I'm hoping to expand my horizons a bit on both the people and Porsche front. 
I'm at 65k tuned miles on the car and I think it's about time to replace the plugs and do another oil change.

As you know, SF is not the most car friendly place and shops are outrageous so I'd like to connect with some local owners who want to lend a garage for a day and wrench on the car with me. I'd be happy to buy the pizza/beer and hopefully the outcome is some new friends as well.

If you've seen my car, I live in Potrero - it's matte black(wrapped) with black wheels, black interior. Pretty loud.

Anyone feeling like scheduling a day to hangout some weekend? SF preferred but I'll go somewhere else. Beggars can't be choosers. 

Also posted this on 6SpeedOnline/Rennlist to get a larger group together. smile.gif

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Hey all,

I'm new to the Porsche world (have had the 996 for a year) and have done some work to it, met up with a lot of owners at C&Cs around, and kept up with the scene in the Bay for awhile.

I'm hoping to expand my horizons a bit on both the people and Porsche front. 

I'm at 65k tuned miles on the car and I think it's about time to replace the plugs and do another oil change.

As you know, SF is not the most car friendly place and shops are outrageous so I'd like to connect with some local owners who want to lend a garage for a day and wrench on the car with me. I'd be happy to buy the pizza/beer and hopefully the outcome is some new friends as well.

If you've seen my car, I live in Potrero - it's matte black(wrapped) with black wheels, black interior. Pretty loud.

Anyone feeling like scheduling a day to hangout some weekend? SF preferred but I'll go somewhere else. Beggars can't be choosers. 

Also posted this on 6SpeedOnline/Rennlist to get a larger group together. smile.gif

 

Welcome to RennTech :welcome:

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I have a pretty well equipped home garage (in the Menlo Park area) with a MaxJax lift, quite a few Porsche specific tools and Durametric Pro.

 

I have done a lot of work on 1972 - 2007 Porsches, from partial engine rebuilds and IMS bearing updates to spark plug changes.

 

I'm open to letting local Porsche guys use these and will help wrench on cars in exchange for assistance on mine when needed.

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