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About dustinbriq

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    San Diego
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2000 Porsche 996 Carrera, Aero Kit
    2002 Ford E350 Sportsmobile 4x4
  • Former cars
    2000 BMW 540 6-speed, VF Engineering supercharged, 360 whp.
  1. Formula One 'Millenium' is another good brand of tint, like Llumar. The metallic based tints don't fade. I liked the look of my 28% front sides windows, and 18% on the rear 3.
  2. I have a similar rattle that comes from the driver's side, only on start up. The rattle sounds like a heat shield but goes away once the car has been running for 15 seconds or so. I checked everything that can be tightened, but it still remains.
  3. have you taken a look at the cg-lock? (www.cg-lock.com) I'm interested in any feed back on this device, as well.
  4. I think you are stuck. You may be able to heat the adhesive and pull it off, but I don't think it is going to be able to slide 4mm.
  5. I have been doing the same, driving in manual mode, as I am used to driving a manual transmission. This is the first auto tranny I've owned in a car (trucks are a different story). Automatic is a nice option to have sitting in bumper to bumper traffic as the 996 is now my daily driver.
  6. I thought I should introduce myself as I finally got myself a '00 996 C2 Coupe Tiptronic with Aero Kit, black full leather, navigation. I've been lurking for a while, but haven't had anything to post. I just sold my '00 540i 6-speed (VF Supercharged) to take the plunge into the world or Porsche. I didn't think I would like the tiptronic transmission, but it has grown on me. Especially not having to clutch 1,000 times in stop and go traffic. I still have to get used to only 2 pedals, but the speed of shifts are surprisingly responsive. I have found a lot of good information on this site and hope to be able to contribute what I learn about my car. Here is a pic of it.
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