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    2006 997 C2S
    2007 BMW M6
    2003 Audi RS6
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  1. I had OEM sport exhaust system installed (through dealer at the time of purchase). I love it!!! I use the switch often as I live in a rather quiet suburb (I also love feeling the car come alive after turning it on!). I don't regret going with OEM vs. aftermarket at all. I strongly suggest you hearing and driving with this exhaust system before making decision. Just my two cents....
  2. The wing is made by NRauto (www.nrauto.com). Sun Coast also sells them. http://www.nrauto.com/sub_index.asp?makeid...p;spage=Spoiler. They were $1595. I opted not to go with GT3 for personal preference also. Good luck!
  3. http://www.nrauto.com/ Overall, I was satisfied although my body shop had to resurface the top. Since my car was black, any imperfection on the surface would show. Let me know with any questions. good luck! Looks mean and hot. I also did something similar from misha.com. A GT3 front and rear bumper, and a GT2 wing like yours. It does improve the looks. Although I did end up taking the splitter off for now, as my car was lowered and I was scraping everything. Great to see someone else with similar taste! :)
  4. http://www.nrauto.com/ Overall, I was satisfied although my body shop had to resurface the top. Since my car was black, any imperfection on the surface would show. Let me know with any questions. good luck!
  5. i have the same color combo as you black on black 05 997s. I just got my gt3 bumper painted install. Will get her back today. I haven't decided n the spoiler. My wife's been nagging about the rice rocket look if i added the rear. But that's all relevant to the eye of the beholder. Scuzy - I struggled and researched quite a bit on spoiler options myself. Naturally, my first option was to consider the factory GT3 spoiler (which was not offered by dealers at the time when I got mine done - still may be the case). But, GT3 spoiler was a bit too big for me; I know my pictures make mine look bigger but it really isn't. I wanted a bit "classic" look to my rear spoiler. GT2 spoiler is more traditional but a bit too high for my taste. So, I settled for this hybrid solution. I was a bit nervous ordering this (aftermarket) part without looking at it first, but I couldn't be happier with my decision. Per others' comments above, it is your preference. But, I think you'll be itching for a rear spoiler as soon as you see your car without one. :)
  6. Thanks all for your thoughts. Personally, I think Porsche did a great job with GT3 front (kubota - I don't know that answer to your question, but I know that they have now recognized that they've mis-priced the body part and will likely adjust the number accordingly (coming from a dealer)). I knew that the rear spoiler was going to be interesting/controversial as it's a hybrid solution. I decided to share this with you all because I am absolutely excited about it - my wife and two kids are also big fans (votes that count!!!) To be honest, it does get a bit too much attention on the road with these "fast and furious" Japanese car guys nagging to race. :) Let me know if you have any questions and interested in doing something similar.
  7. Interesting feedback. I also know that these pictures in the shadow are helping much either. Also, I'm getting almost the opposite feedback from people who've seen the car in person. Thanks for letting me know. :)
  8. Hello all, I just joined the forum. Great to be here and look forward to future dialog... I just picked up my 06 997 C2S from a body shop where I just got my front and rear body kit upgrades done. What's unique about this is that I got the GT3 front (I highly recommend doing this before Porsche pulls their OEM body kit out of their dealers) and the rear spoiler is a combination of GT2 spoiler on top of GT3 base (primarily to keep it lower than GT2 base). Take a look and let me know your thoughts.
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