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  1. Porsche quote the high pressure because they have to warrant the tires to over 170 mph. I guess that most of us don't hoon around at that sort of speed.
  2. BMW e46 horns are a 1:1 swap. https://www.ecstuning.com/BMW-E46-M3-S54_3.2l/Exterior/ES168913/ http://www.daciashop.eu/disc-horn-12v-510hz-for-bmw-porsche-fer-germany :cheers:
  3. Thanks Loren - confirms what I thought. Though I understand that a CDR23 can be made to work without any handshake (for a price) - DND Services in the UK can flash the MOST-BUS to achieve this. http://www.dndservices.co.uk/porsche-cdr23.html Was interested because I saw this : http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PORSCHE-911-996-9m-Carrera-Club-Sport-GT3-style-Track-Car-Huge-Spec-/301712979420?hash=item463f7eb5dc Obviously not working a CD changer..
  4. Hi I have a MY 1999 996C4 with a CDR22 head unit fitted. I don't have an autochanger. Can I simply swap in a a CDR23? The plugs on the back 'appear' identical.... Thanks Chris
  5. Try: Driver's side, above the brake pedal, in a leather covered panel. HTH :thumbup:
  6. Hi - I am getting some minor oil misting in the RHS of my engine bay. I have not been able to witness the source of the leak, but the residue is on the ferrule at the lower end of the flexible power steering pipework where it meets the hardline, and down onto the cam cover in the area of the Variocam solenoid. During an investigation, I moved the coolant hose and behind I saw a 'vent' / 'plastic valve' / 'watchamacallit': https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_kHeD6h4GnTSU9HRzdpbU42QktoU3JFRGk1Z0N1MmRnMGV3/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_kHeD6h4GnTR0ltdk1UdVByWjFoT0VBb2phUTBGOW1QMi1n/view?usp=sharing Questions: 1. Should this thing be open to the atmosphere or is it missing a hose to somewhere else? There wasn't anything obvious that had fallen off to put back on. 2. Is it the likely source of my oil mist ? Thanks in advance. Chris
  7. Hi Resurrecting this thread..... I have a '99 Carrera 4 with the "GT3 Mk1" aerokit, and want to fit a silver Carrera 4 logo on the engine lid. From research, I gather that the logos should be 50mm up from the bottom of the aerokit lid. Is this right? Also, what is the overall width dimension for "Carrera 4" when using 996559237074PU and 996559241014PU. (Are these the correct logos?). Thanks for your advice. Chris
  8. Try 0419 Spot on ! Thanks Loren.
  9. ultegra

    Rear Wing Gurney

    Can anyone supply the fitting instructions for the rear wing gurney strip that goes on the lower element of the Mk1 GT3 rear wing, please? PN 996 512 988 00 Alignment distances etc would be useful. Thanks in advance. Chris.
  10. Greetings All,, i'd be grateful for any help in unlocking the radio in my car. 1999 Carrera 4 Porsche (Becker) CDR-22 Serial Number X5011588 I twisted the seller to fit a fresh Bosch battery to it when I purchased it last week and then found the radio not to be operable on the drive home. Many thanks in advance. Chris
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