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  1. I disconnected my battery and don't have the code to reset my radio. Can you help? Becker 1 4462 Ser# 15087099 24/99 Thanks. Gorman
  2. If you want to check the oil using the dipstick - and if the oil is so clean you can't see it on the dipstick, touch the dipstick to a white paper towel. You will clearly see the oil on the paper towel and thus be able to measure it against the dipstick to determine the quantity. Gorman
  3. I just bought a 2004 GT3 on Friday. I am having Michelin Pilot Sport Cups put on this week. I have these same tires on my Boxster S as well. Labor Day weekend, I was driving my Boxster S at a PCA DE event at Road America in Wisconsin and met with a Michelin tire engineer who was there. He told me optimal hot pressures on the PSC were 32 psi front and back. I see a number of you recommend higher hot tire pressures for your GT3s with MPSCs. Perhaps the engineer's recommendation was specific to my Boxster S, but I suspect not. Can anyone elaborate as to why you like the higher pressures?
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