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    Be aware the most dealer will not share the service records for the vehicle because they legally belong to the previous owner(s), and the dealers are uninclined to track them down and get a legal release.
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    Welcome to RennTech And congrats on the new (to you) Porsche. Probably one of the most detailed sources of information on this engine is Flat Six Innovations, which is Jake Raby's shop.
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    If you add the 997 GT3 master cylinder (27mm bore) to the 996 in order for the psm/abs to work perfectly and not throw any codes you will need to install a brake bias adjuster in line between the rear master port and the psm pump, it needs to see about 7% reduction in pressure or it will throw a psm/abs code and shut down the system. Note the 997 gt3 master has both ports 12mm bubble flair, unlike the 996 masters that use 12mm front, 10mm rear so you will have to make a custom line or a adapter (they suck) Anyway it gives you a rock hard pedal with the 997 or bigger brakes and all works as it should
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