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Le Chef

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  • Present cars
    Seal Gray/Black 996 C4S Atlas Gray/black Audi allroad
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    998 C4S with DSG
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    Alfasud ti quadrifoglio verde, Alfa 164, Audi S4, C36, MR2 Supercharged, Golf GTi Mk I 8 valve, Mk II 16V, Mk III VR6

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  1. I recently discovered a 4" long scuff mark in the leather side bolster of the driver's seat back, on the door side of the seat. The interior is black full leather and the seat is a sport adaptive btw. Regardless of how it got there is there a way of hiding the scuff so it doesn't show? Car is a 2006 997S Cab.
  2. Mine work fine using the technique you used. Take it to the dealer!
  3. Try going to the link below which is Yoseif's Gallery where you can see just about every combination and compare http://www.whiteson.org/boxster/gallery/ You should also get a Boxster brochure and look at what's in the book Or best of all go to your nearest dealr and look at the color and leather swatches and put them together to see which combination you like best. Personally I would look at Atlas Gray and Boxster Red.
  4. @ 400 miles you would have no idea. I'm assuming that you're running it in for the first 2000 miles and keeping it below 4000 rpm?
  5. How many miles do you have on your 04? These things loosen up after about 5k, and mine, now @ 8k feels looser than before, and more willing to sprint around to the redline. I've been told they really free up after 10K when people claim to have noticed measurable improvements in performance You might also be "misreading" your car's performance: It has so much torque that it can feel as if nothing is happening, whereas the M3 is lacking on comparison, making more noise to get there.
  6. If you're close enough to Goodison it could still be the sound of Ronaldo after Wayne's tackle...! One question. does the car screech on start up if it's hot? If not it might indicate a slipping belt
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