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About pa30crewchief

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  1. Serpentine belt replacement eventually, air filters. Brake service (new fluid every 2 years). In Dubai I can keep extending the warranty which covers pretty much everything else (this year a coolant cap, some valves in the cooling system, and a cup holder repair under warranty). Oh and tires. Compared to my M car it’s got a lot let plastic bits so should bode well for longevity. Last point is forget about it as a DYI car. Taking the bumper off to get to the engine isn’t conducive to tinkering. Mine is a 2012 CS with 47000 miles. Added a duck tale and GTS front spoiler as a hommage to older 911 cars. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Same issue. Glad to know new tires will cure it. Wish I could mount Michelin instead of Pirelli on my CS. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Porsche in Dubai specifically advised me to stay with PZeros which is disappointing. I have MPPS on my M car and they are quieter, more comfortable and outstanding roadholders. I was hoping to make the change but Porsche said absolutely not. Go figure. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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