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David in VA

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  1. Second the suggestion to use a hockey puck. Cheap, readily available and works great.
  2. For mostly street can't go wrong with Porsche oem. If you want something a little more aggressive without being a full track pad try the Porsche sport pads.
  3. That's the Mk1 aerokit wing or a replica. You would have to replace the rear lid altogether, the stock one includes a retractable spoiler. You would also probably need a different wiring harness as they are specific to fixed or retractable wing/spoiler. For what it's worth that's a pretty desirable wing, I looked for mine for a long while and love how it looks. especially with the full aerokit which you seem to have.
  4. I had a grinding metal on metal noise, turned out to be the dust shields rubbing the rotors. Easy fix, just bend them back a little bit.
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