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Flash1034

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About Flash1034

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Motorcycle riding / touring<br />Porsche Track events

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  • From
    Southern California
  • Porsche Club
    POC (Porsche Owners Club)
  • Present cars
    2007 Porsche GT3
  • Former cars
    1972 Porsche 911S
    1995 Porsche Carrera (993)
    1997 Porsche C4S (993)
    2005 Porsche Carrera S
    2006 Dodge Viper SRT-10
  1. After removing the two end screws and the plastic pop rivet, do you just pull, yank, it off? I can't get mine off. Which way do you pull? Thanks. Out (horizontal) away from the bumper. Pulls right off. Flash
  2. Does anybody know where I can nuy a Porsche fire extinguisher and bracket like the ones optioned on the new GT3s? Thanks, Flash
  3. Where does one acquire these shims and how much are they? Id like to add a little wing to my car...can't hurt. Flash
  4. Thanks for the replies guys. Good info. Flash
  5. What brake pads are you guys using to replace the dusty squealy stocker pads for the steel brakes. The car sees 3 track days a year (maybe) and plenty of spirited street driving. Is there a hot ticket for less dust and no squeal? Thanks, Flash
  6. Thanks for the response. Thats exactly what I wanted to know. Flash
  7. Does anybody know the procedure for installing the Porsche RollBar in a GT3? Is it reversible without damaging the car? Thanks, Flash
  8. I hear the castrol SRF is VERY hygroscopic and needs to be replaced often. It is also VERY expensive. Most guys I know, myself included, use Motul 600 or ATE Blue Racing fluid. Flash
  9. Flash1034

    GTS tires

    Id like to hear from somebody who has actaully used the Pirelli Corsa System tires. Flash
  10. Flash1034

    GTS tires

    I know one individual that routinely tracks his GT3 RS. I was chatting with him at Texas World Speedway a couple of weeks ago and he mentioned that the Pirellis, in his opinion, were far superior to the Michelins. He drives his RS to the track. He seems to cut respectable times - or so I hear :) Thus, it seems like the Pirellis have at least one enthusiastic and knowledgeable supporter. Don't know/think this helps much, but at least someone out there thinks you have the superior tire. Nestor The word on the Pirellis is that they grip like no tomorrow but wear horribly. Flash
  11. I suspect I was running way too much air last weekend at Willow. It was 95 degrees F ambient and I was running the recommended street pressures. The tires became pretty slippery on the track. I was catching the car all day. After reading the Michelin PDF, It appears I was running at least 5-7 psi (cold) too high for the prevailing track and conditions. Flash
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