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Tom Sch

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  1. hello, that seems to be right... ...this is an euro model! but this car should have a 930/03 engine - 180hp, 265nm, 8.5:1compression. this is the lowest version of the sc motors. the 930/10 engine has 204hp, 267nm, 9.8:1compression!!! look at your motor number... tom
  2. @WolfgangK what partnr. has your lip? 996 505 555 01 or 996 505 986 91 thanks
  3. hi, i am also looking for a small frontlip for my '02er targa - facelift std. front. i have in my garage a spoilerlip with the number 996 505 986 91 on it. will this fit to the front of my car? after checking the partnumber i am not sure... thanks
  4. hi, my 996 '02 targa comes with the std. shocks/springs. the car looks to be in offroad mode, if you drive it is not too soft. in fast corners the car goes over the front end... now i am thinking about changing only the springs to H&R, Manthey or Eibach (by using the old shocks). have you any experience how the car will drive with this springs on the street and on the track? thanks
  5. hi, than you for the fast answer! now i have found 7059 in the TSB section. but i can only read the date/number/title, i can't find there any information or something else?!? where can i find the information for solving my problem? thanks
  6. hi, i have some loud cracking noise's in my passenger door. on most small roadbumps it makes a cracking noise - not funny! any idea what i can do? thanks
  7. hi, you will find some more informations here or here.
  8. some people have bought different parts (used and new), without any problems, fast delivery and for good price's
  9. hi, don't try that! -you will damage your clear plastic parts or/and -if you have removed the cover you will not able to clean everting to new condition and -you will damage the cover (for sure)! if you want to change the optic buy another set of headlights by ebay or teile.pl!
  10. hi, if you need the "pure and original felling" (with a good gearbox - G50 was starting mj. '87) buy '87-'89. if you need more comfort (servo, abs,...), more weight buy a 964 (starting '89 with C4, 90 as 'C2) if you need a really oldstyle car with low weight, nice power, some lovely problems and no comfort buy anything starting '76. what ever your devil is, you will have a lot of fun with anything between '76 and '95 :)
  11. hi, these rims have the name "avalanche", in germany you can buy it by www.cargraphic.com
  12. :wacko: :blink: :wacko: crazy idea, read your warranty paper first...
  13. @Loren hi, i think i have found what you looking for: porsche models an years
  14. hi, my 1987 Carrera is listed in the garage, but aged 1997 - i can write the right... @Loren you can find all the information here. tom
  15. hi, your dealer can adjust the high of the glas parts and the position from each part to the other! it sounds for me that everything is a little bit to high/streng. tom
  16. hi, my have had some small noises first. after readjusting the roof all squeaks are gone! i think it is not a good idea to reassemble the roof mechanism - readjust it, use some (not to much) silicone to make the sealings slippery - that must be the deal... tom
  17. hello, is there any way/hack to see the oiltemperature at the pcm I (II)? also shouldt there be any undocumented features in the pcm? any idea???
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