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Thank you sir. Unfortunately, I have looked on 997 section with no luck finding the subject. I don't think it should be a problem. Just want to make sure that it is possible before I spend the money purchasing the other steering wheel.
Hello, New to the forum, hopefully stupid questions are tolerated. I have a 2013 911 (991) base model with PDK, but without the Sport Chrono and PSE. Thinking of swapping the 'dull' black steering wheel (image 1 attached) with the one that comes with brushed aluminum and 'real' paddle shift (image 2 attached). Is this possible? Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
Good to know, thank you sir
Hello, I have a 2013 base Carrera (first time Porsche owner) and was a little dismayed when driving the car under 'normal' mode. The gear upshift so fast that I was still driving at 20 mph and already on 7th gear. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the engine works extra hard under that condition? But when I switch to 'sport' mode the throttle response properly and I was always on the right gear. My question is, is there any drawback/down side if I drive the car on 'sport' mode all the time? Thanks.
Good to know, thank you for the advise...
I have a 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera Base, would like to replace the brake calipers with those from 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S. Is it possible? Do I also need to replace the rotors? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.