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Sven, Sorry for the late response. I changed the CCB rotors to Alcon iron from England and run Pagid rs29 pads. This was before there were other rotors available. NNow I believe there is a greater choice of replacement rotors from other manufacturers. I am not sure that the GT# PCCB and the Turbo are interchangeable. Check with some of your local DE guys, they may be able to point you in the correct direction. DO NOT USE anything but the factory pads on the PCCB rotors. They will be damaged in short order by th wrong pads. hope this helps. David
Thanks for the info. I just want to empty the system of the ATE blue and get some better brake fluid in, and be sure all of the blue is out. This raised another problem, namely the clutch slave cylinder. I can't even get to it to bleed it, not sure where it is. This is on a 2007 GT3 and I boiled the fluid on the last track day, hence need to get better stuff in there. Thanks again.
The bar is a safety devices rear half cage , the seats are the nomex GT2 Porsche seats. The Safety Devices cage is distributed by Stable Energies in N.J. I got the removable harness bar for when we take the 3 on the road, undo four bolts, store bar and harnesses till needed again. There is a front half available also. It bolts to the rear shock towers and two plates that are welded to the round crossbrace under the rear seat area, not yo the floor of the tub. It gives you more room to move the seat back.
I run 18" CCW and Fikse 5s wheels on my PCCB equipped 997 GT3. The only thing that will rub will be the bottom of the rear gen 2 brake ducts if you have them attached. But only on compression of the rear suspension under load. david
I am trying to find the gel center for the rain sensor, also the glue or whatever it is to reattach the mirror mount. Mine fell off 4 times and finally the gel center fell on the floor and was stepped on during the search. Anybody have this happen before? Car is 2008 Cayman S. Dealer in N.O. closed and have not had any luck with independents. This should be in the 987c-1 form. Sorry.