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    sammamish wa - us
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    99 996 C2 Aero
    92 carrera cup usa
    59 356 A
  • Future cars
    Porsche Junior Tractor
    59' 356a Cab
    1988 911 Club Sport
    2004 GT-3
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    1969 912
    1992 964 C2 - Cab
    1972 911E
    1965 356c
    1969 911E/S
    2001 986
  1. I probably have them mixed f/r - but the Colors are correct WHite /Blue - White Grey (could be white/WHite but they definitly grey have a grey dot. M030 is what i am thinking
  2. Hi trying to figure out what i have (these are left overs from my 99' C2 w/M030) presumably M030 springs Front White/Grey Rear White/Blue Normal- comfort or M030? Thanks Rob
  3. thanks Loren - did a search and missed it some how It's a manual proceedure if i remember correctly
  4. anyone have the PS-2 "path" to reset the auto locking function on the 996 (1999). If so can you point me to the B or section in the workshop manual that has it. also there is a feature moves the rear view mirror down when you engage reverse. I need to get that one as well Thanks Rob
  5. all, I need to instructions for adding a resistor to simulate the Airbags in the car - this is to prevent the warning light and code in the DME. Here's why: My car has all 4 airbags installed and working. My plan is to A. install a infant seat in the front (the porsche seat is NLA and frankly crappy compared to recent seats). the infant seat will be used only on rare occasions as my wife will be home most of the time but i need a way to transport in the case of emergency. Before everyone starts in on the Airbag topic - i know and realise that yes the are safer and that a car seat should not be in the front seat, etc. Porsche provides no other alternative for infant seat mounting from the factory. It's strickely for occasional use only, etc. The second reason is that the car will hit the track in the future- i do not want air bags in a track car. I will be using a 6pt harness and custom roll bar with hans device. The steering wheel will also be changed out as well. This will happen in about 1.5 years so the timing with the child seat transport and the track are working out. (i will be moving daily driving chores to another car/955) i f you have the instructions/location for placing the resistor - please email it if you are not comfortable posting it here Rlynch@microsoft.com I will use them at my own risk and liability. Thanks Rob
  6. any ideas where i can source a plug to interface with the existing amp plug to wire in a new amp? i would like to doa totally reversable install on the amp - i am planning to mount in the stock location also ar ether any adjsutments on the amp?
  7. what year is your car? was the replacement work done on the eastside for your tranny? my shifter was also *way* out - seems better now
  8. coming back to this thread.... i just preformed the a shifter re-alignment and it now feels much better the clip on tool worked like a champ and my shifter was not able to snap in until i removed and re-installed the cables. definitly out of alignment. it feels much more positive and does not "clip" 2nd any longer. it never popped out of gear before or after
  9. does anyone have the spec on the shifter set screw - i found that mine has been replaced by a huge allen head bolt :) which sticks out quite a bit
  10. actally the weight may not be as much as an issue as you think. The stock wheels are pretty heavy - this is partially negated by the light weight Fikse wheel - the end result should be with in 5-7% overall. i'm going to weigh the wheel combo before purchasing though (the guy how has it should allow that NP). also i might go with a 295mm rear instead with a 235 front. 19" are not really an option for me (lack of tires, esp auto-x specific hoosers)
  11. :drive: 1.5" gotcha probably not a good idea for me right now with my ride height in the weeds @ 5.5" adding the lip would put me at 4" (yikkes) - probably just go through them like popcorn <edit> this is Raised by the way from when i got it by 0.5" as i was having some shock travel issues - hitting the bumpstops on the pss-9's </edit>
  12. true - but possible seen it done on a 1999 NA 996. the setup was with an 11" rear wheel (fiske) and i believe a 9" front (235) just asking if anyone here has done it. I'll try to hunt down the car locally
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