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About TwinTurboTrijet

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    Guitar, Cars, flying, RC airplanes,surfing

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    Gig Harbor, Wa
  • Present cars
    2005 Turbo S manual, 2011 BMW M3, 2015 Fiat Abarth
  • Future cars
    Some of these. 4C,ZL1 1le,GT350R,458,Raptor, AC cobra rep
  • Former cars
    2005 TTS TIp, 86 944, many BMWs
  1. Hi guys, first post. I bought a 2002 996 hardtop. I have a 2005 TTS that did not come from the factory with a hardtop. Do I need receiver bayonets? Did the 2005 996 TTS have them or did they go to the newer style? Is there a way to change the top to the newer style fittings? or do I need the old style receiver Bayonets? Do all Cabs come with fittings inside them even when ordered without a hardtop? Thank you guys.
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