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Ziff

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  1. My 2007 did that too, but as mentioned, it was aporadic and when i had it serviced, I asked and was told there was nothing wrong. Keep in mind that there are oil seals that seprate the two side of the turbos that may drip a little oil until heated up. If the smoke screen was constant and lasting more than a couple seconds and if it were happening under load or boost, then I would be concerned. Walt
  2. My new clutch and lightweight flywheel are installed and I drove it home tonight. The clutch pedal feels about the same as before and the gear rattle I expected to hear as a result of the LWFW is almost non-existent. I had to push the clutch in and out a couple times until I could hear the difference. Not at all what I expected and very pleasantly surprised. The engagement feels exactly the same and if I didn't know the clutch was upgraded and a LWFW installed, I may not have noticed anything different at all. The only noticible difference is that it revs easier and quicker than befor
  3. JFP, thanks for the Marcel spring visual and explanation. You are correct that the unsprung disks are not used in street cars. The picture of the sprung hub clutch is in fact the factory type clutch for the 997 Turbo and GT2 cars. I am scheduled for the new clutch install on Monday. Will update afterwards. Thanks again! Walt
  4. OK, now I think I got it figured out. I spoke with Mike at AWE tuning this morning and he confirmed that the GT2 stock clutch is a sprung hub. He also confirmed that a Porsche Motorsports clutch is a Sachs racing clutch. The Sachs stage 2.5 kit that I bought will work with either the stock dual mass flywheel or the lightweight single mass. He confirmed that there are no issues with engine balance using their LWFW and the stage 2.5 kit will have a very similar clutch pedal feel, release point, and engagment as the factory GT2 clutch. Even though the clutch hub is unsprung, Mike tells me
  5. Yes, a 2008 GT2. The photos are the ones I viewed on the EVOMs website. The middle photo appears to be the Stage 1 Dual Mass - Sport Clutch Kit and it appears to be unsprung. Since the photos don't seem to match up on the site, I will give them a call. The shop I am using is ordering a Porsche Motorsports clutch, but I can't find any information on it. This is getting very annoying. Thanks for your help JFP.
  6. Thanks guys. I was told that the stock clutch disc is not a sprung hub, which is surprising. The shop that is going to do the work is recommending the Porsche Motorsport clutch kit and I am being told the disk is unsprung. I told them to show me the stock clutch and pressure plate before installing a new one. I just want the stock like pedal feel and engagement with a clutch that has a higher rating than stock. You would think this would be easy, but apparently it is not. Any other GT2 owners care to weight in on this topic?
  7. JFP, Thank you! That was exactly the feedback I was hoping to receive, however the reference in your response says "....on non-Metzger engines...." and unless I am mistaken, my 2008 GT2 is one of the best of the last of the Metzger engines. Regardless, I am not going to install the LWFW and unsprung clutch as you confimered that it would be a noisy pain on the street which I don't want. It is my understanding that my 2008 GT2 motor and the motor in the 2011 GT2RS share most of the same parts, however I read that the GT2 RS does have a single mass flywheel whereas my 08 GT2 has a dual mass
  8. Anyone upgrade their clutch yet? I have experienced an intermittent clutch slip and decided to replace my clutch and flywheel with an upgraded package from AWE that includes a lightweight flywheel. Anyone have any feedback or experience with an upgraded clutch/flywheel package? I received the package last week, but have not had it installed yet. I noticed that the clutch disk is a non-spring type and before I install it, I wanted to get some feedback from some users. The clutch package from AWE is the Sachs Stage 2.5 Clutch Kit - With Flywheel. Thanks, Walt
  9. I recall that the UP arrow appeared when the car was in the over boost mode. .
  10. I recall that my 2007 Turbo was 0-9-18 and had the Sport Chrono package. The up arrow is indicative of when the car is in over-boost mode. The stock 997.1 made a maximum of 18 lbs of boost. This was a peak boost, not a post level that was sustained for any significant period of time.
  11. I have found 36 so far via online listings, still far from the 185 figure.
  12. When I bought my used 2008 GT2, it came with the Porsche CPO, I would not have purchased this car without it.
  13. Thanks! Any GT2 owners in the DC area?
  14. Bummer, thanks for checking. Maybe we should start a registry. Mine is GT Silver Metallic.
  15. For what it's worth, I had a GIAC program installed on my 2007 TT and just sold the car two months ago. For the 5 years I owned it and over 19,000 miles, not once did I have any problems and the performance was outstanding.
  16. bbywu and Loren, thank you guys! I will be ording these parts x2 right away (replacement and back up set). bbywu, are you on the East Coast?
  17. Thanks, I have seen the 185 figure for USA in 2008, but I was wondering if there was a breakdown by color?
  18. Has anyone found a reliable source that lists the number of 997 GT2s produced and additional details such as how many in various colors?
  19. Thanks! It is a fantastic machine.
  20. I too noticed today that I have the same issue. I am concerned that it will just keep happening again and again. Thoughts???
  21. I drove it for the second time this morning and I am getting used to it. Launch control is a blast. it is a weekend car, so I am sure over time I won't even notice it.
  22. I sold my 2007 Turbo on Wednesday and just took delivery of my 2008 GT2 this evening. The clutch is very stiff, but doesn't require a bionic leg. At this time, I prefer the Turbo clutch, but the GT2 is a pleasure to drive. Not sold on the stiff clutch and short shifter, but I am sure I will get used to it. Otherwise, I am thrilled with the GT2.
  23. Looks great. I would consider using black instead of the factory grey color.
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