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    porsche 996 tt
  1. anybody have the part# to 997 gt3 rs underdrive pulley and the Serpentine Belt???
  2. anybody know if this is this interchangeable to the 997tt? thanks
  3. i did but they said they don't have any thing for street cars. here try these http://shop.fvd.de/us/en/Porsche-0/-/-/-/i...2%2CGT3-RS.html
  4. thanks loren do you know if there's a part number for the front floor mats with a hole for the safety roll cage that comes in the euro 996 mk2 gt3 rs oh and also the foam that wraps on the top left, right, front of the cage?
  5. hey loren do you have the 996 cup car parts diagram for front and rear suspension i have cup car center lock system on my car and i need some replacement parts. also do you where i can order those cup car parts from? thanks What model year? parts change. i am looking for the parts diagram for mk2 gt3 cup car front and rear suspension. i got a centerlock system with wheels and its missing some parts. thanks
  6. hey loren do you have the 996 cup car parts diagram for front and rear suspension i have cup car center lock system on my car and i need some replacement parts. also do you where i can order those cup car parts from? thanks
  7. thanks a lot Brad that is the hose i am looking for. how sure are you that the hose in your diagram is the one that is connected the plenum?
  8. it doesn't show. on the 3rd picture can you tell me what hose is connected to the top right side of the 3 on the stock plenum? thanks loren melvin
  9. hi i installed a idp plenum in my 01 turbo and i cut the line that is suppose to be connected to the yelow check valve in this picture below i am looking for the part# to the hose that is connects to the one by itself on the top right side. i have a old hose that is connected right now and the hose collapse when i just start the engine because of the vacuum and its throwing the psm abs code and when i connect a pocket scanner to the car it show no codes thanks in advance melvin
  10. is there a different part number for the rear bumper without bumperettes? its for my 996 turbo... looking to change my rear bumper cause the previous owner has some touch up paint on the one side.... thanks in advance
  11. thanks a lot i will give it a shot I did it today on my 996tt. This is easy. 15 min on the first 10 min on second. I took the front wheel off and then the old duct with a title force. When you put the new on you have to take one hand on the top of the duct and the other on the lower part. Then force one hand to left and the other to right. Then there will be a big gap. You then place the duct on the control arm with the lower part of the duct first. Take care that the 2 locks has to be on the inner side of the control arm. Then you turn the duct so it lock correctly around the control arm. Secret is to widen the gap. Thats all. Hope this helps. NB! i had to take off 15 mm of the duct since there is no space between the duct and the brake (rotor). The rotor will face the duct when you turn the steering wheel
  12. need help with diy for gt3 rs brake ducts for my 996tt? can someone shed some light thanks in advance
  13. lucent motors said they will fit cause the old gt3 bucket seats fit the 997 but dam its $9000 something for a pair
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