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  1. You are the man! Board should be called LORENTECH.ORG Thanks again. Joe
  2. Page 76 of the MY03 Boxster Owners Manual Loren you are the man. Much thanks.. Any idea why the alarm is blinking 21 times before it sets? Joe
  3. Seems I missed counted. The alarm light blinks 21 times before it sets. Anyone?
  4. Need some help. '03 Boxster. Pulled into my Garage just now. Remembered i wanted to sweep the garage floor. Pulled the car back out of the garage and noticed there is a timer on the display counting down from 60 mins. Currently at 52:33 on the way to zero. Also when I turned the alarm on just now to come inside and pled for help the red alarm light on the dash blinked 7 times before it started to do it reg flash every 2 secinds or so. Has never done that before or at least I have never noticed it. Anyone now what the deal is? Is my car about to explode? Thanks, Joe.
  5. Those are the factory/stock speakers. I replaced them in mine with the Focal Kevlar series. Same speakers in the factory door box's and then MB Quart Ref's in the front. With the factory Becker head unit and amp it sounds decent. 100% better then it was. Have ordered 2 new JL Audio amps and a new Nakamichi deck to make it sound even better. did you just replace the woofers in the box, what were the impedance please mate. cheers steve Yes. I reused the factory box. They fit right in. Bolt/screw holes lined up like perfect. I had to make blanks to mount the tweeters to as thef
  6. which Nak deck did you get? CD-400/500/700-II? i picked up a CD-500 about a month ago and it crapped out on me. i kept getting disc errors with any disc that i played (brand new discs, burned CDs, etc.) it's sitting here in a box ready to be shipped back for replacement. i did a lot of research on the Nak decks before i bought one and read that while the sound quality is top-notch, the build quality is less-than-stellar. something to do with them being built in Malaysia now, as opposed to Japan. the only Nak deck that i personally wouldn't buy is the CD-300 which has a 1-bit Digital/Analog C
  7. Those are the factory/stock speakers. I replaced them in mine with the Focal Kevlar series. Same speakers in the factory door box's and then MB Quart Ref's in the front. With the factory Becker head unit and amp it sounds decent. 100% better then it was. Have ordered 2 new JL Audio amps and a new Nakamichi deck to make it sound even better.
  8. i'm going to estimate that it's 10" wide and 4" high (the speaker). it fits in the section under the rollbar (where the storage shelf is) and it doesn't take up the whole length of the rear shelf, just the middle part. i don't know how deep it is... but i hope Thomas will post back to tell us how it sounds. FYI.. There are two 5.25" subs (more like mid bass drivers then woofers) along with two 1" tweeters. Spend the money on something else. I loaded the factory bose box with 5.25" FOCAL components. Is like night and day. Joe
  9. Had the ZR rated Nexan installed a few weeks ago. Have only put 50 miles or so on them, but the few times it has been on the street I have run it out at 120-130 MPH and the held together nice. No floating feel. No sliding effect. All in all not a bad tire. Joe
  10. I know is frustrating when no one replys. I don't have the answer to your question, but if you send PM to Loren or Toolpants I bet they can answer. Joe
  11. Hi. Pretty sure I read a TSB about that. Contribute the $25 and you can see for yourself. It's well worth the money. Many other interesting things along with the specific TSB you need. Joe
  12. Had thought of that White. But after researching speed ratings along with wear and temp limits, seems to me a tire is a tire. A tire with AA traction is a tire with AA traction. Good year or BF Goodrich. The ratings don't lie. The wear rating for the exact Nexxen tire I am looking at is actually higher then all the "name brand" tires I have found. As I said before. A tire is a tire.. Thanks..
  13. Hey Chris. You mention "pairs" in your reply. From what I have read all you need is the adapter itself. What do you mean by pair? Thanks, Joe.
  14. Hey thanks for the reply. Is hard to justify spending 11 or 1200 dollars on tires for the amount of use the car gets. Joe
  15. Hi Joe, MY02 with just over 50 K miles had Nexen's put on about 600 miles ago. I use it to pick up the kids in the evenings and short drives around the city. They handle quite well both on city streets as well as the highway. Very quite and smooth. Sharp fast turns ( PSM kicking in ) so far leave me without suprise. I would get them again when the time comes.
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