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  1. I wouldn't think so. All warranty work usually goes through a dealer.
  2. I spoke with my dealer about this. Apparently, it's not a TSB. It's a recall campaign issue. You either get a phone call from your dealer, or something in the mail from Porsche. There are only twelve cars affected.
  3. viken

    PCCC on GT3

    I don't think it fits. The Carrera GT clutch is a lot smaller and is designed to bolt-on a different flywheel.
  4. viken

    GT3 shop manuals

    Well, you know what it means to scan and distribute copyrighted materials. Don't you? :eek:
  5. http://www.carnewal-europe.com/cpx_p96137.htm
  6. Your brother is correct. No dipstick in the Turbo and GT2.
  7. This has already been answered: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=1725
  8. Check inside the trunk to see if you have a paint code sticker. That year, the only orange color was "107 Continental Orange."
  9. Well, despite the fact that the Sport Techno rears are 11" wide, they have an offset of 63 mm to accommodate the narrow body 996. The actual Turbo rear wheel's offset is 45 mm. Not a good fit on the narrow body.
  10. That's great, Craig. Keep us posted with the alignment check. Mine was way off on the right side. Both front and rear was toe'd in too much.
  11. Has anyone installed the mesh grilles from the Cup cars? I would think that these might keep the radiators mostly clean?
  12. Loren, I have L719 for flat black and L746 for metallic black. This is for all the 996 models. What do you think are the differences? Solvent vs. water based?
  13. Bridgestone S-02 N2 Michelin Pilot Sport N0 Pirelli PZero Asimmetrico N3
  14. Andrew, There is no minimum headlight regulation to be concerned about. That was back in the 70's. Nowadays, all headlights are designed to sit where they need to be. The main reason why most US spec cars are raised, is because the typical US driver always complains of bumpers rubbing against curbs. That's really all it is.
  15. I have not measured my GT3's ride height, not do I care. However, in looking at pictures of ROW cars and my car, I can see my front being higher by a finger's size. I am going to guess that the raised front on North American cars is intentional, but I am not certain.
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