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  1. Ahh yeah I did miss that. Guess I have to find a way to source that kit in Japan ... I think I should stop all work on the headlight as is and try to get the Sylvania kit, see how that goes.
  2. Yeah I found the thread where you talked about it and where people suggested 320 may have been excessive, hehe. In my case, I'm wondering if I should go to a 400, since the 500 is doing absolutely nothing. Did you water the lens at every step? I'm not watering it at all, since the 3M manual never tells me to do it, but it seems like some people are recommending it?...
  3. Thanks. What's throwing me off is the lens won't cloud or become frosty at all, no matter how much I sand it ... maybe I need a stronger grit sandpaper?... I've gone over it a number of times with the P500, and it hasn't begun to frost up at all except for a few places.
  4. Hi all, So I'm trying to restore my headlight using the 3M restorer, except I think I'm going from bad to worse. I first tried with a random orbiter and the P500 discs, but that didn't go so well - I scratched up the lens more than I restored it. So I aborted and restarted using a drill. But I have these "hot spots" on the lens that I just can't seem to get rid of (see picture). What am I doing wrong? I am running at the prescribed 1,200 rpm or so (my drill has a speed limiter, is a 2,400 rpm max drill, and I have it set at about 50%). I am not exercising excessive pressure. I'm also makin
  5. Apologies - I tried to be sufficiently specific with the 'pre-facelift' part, but you're right. It's a 2001 Carrera 2, European model LHD.
  6. Hi all, I bought an OBC stalk to install on my 996's steering column ... and only when I took the car apart, did I realise that it didn't come with the appropriate attaching bolts. :blush: So two questions. 1. What bolt size attaches the OBC stalk to the column? There are two, and they are identical to the bolt that holds the grounding connector on the steering wheel (fortunately, I'm switching steering wheels, so I cannibalised one bolt from there, but would like two). I feel like it's M5x20, but I have no basis for this statement. I am talking about the bolt about 2cm diagonal to
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