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    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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  • Present cars
    2001 GT3 (Mk1)

    2006 Subaru Forester STi SG9
  • Former cars
    2001 BMW e46 330iA

    2002 BMW e46 M3 SMG
  1. Sad to say, I haven't had time to drive the GT3 in a while. The battery is completely dead and I can't open the boot to jump start the car. Any ideas? Thanks!
  2. Hey LVDell, thanks for your considered reply. What I'm looking for is to ease/eliminate the feeling (that's backed up by tyre wear) of the car being driven solely on the rear axle. I realise that that's a very vague explanation of what I'm trying to achieve! Unfortunately, there aren't any commercial race shops out here that deal with the 911.
  3. Yes, I'm running 235/40 PS2s inflated to 32psi cold. No, I've not tried that yet. How much should i deflate by?
  4. Hi, does anyone have any recommendations as to how to increase grip/traction/tyre wear over the front axle? I'm already running -2.5 degrees of camber.
  5. Hey, I've got the PSS9s on my Mk1 in combination with 996 RS springs. I've been very satisfied with that combination thus far, though I feel that the components from Tarett (www.tarett.com) have probably made a bigger difference to how the car behaves and handles than the shocks/springs themselves.
  6. Hi, I follow the recommended tyre pressures of 32psi front and 39psi rear. I measure these pressures late at night when it's coolest. I don't bother messing with the pressures even when I track the car and, its worked fine for me so far.
  7. GT3.My

    Ohlins.

    Hi, does anyone have any experience of a GT3 equipped with Ohlins (36 HRC/X, 46HMRC/X) suspension? In your opinion, is the added performance worth the USD7K+ asking price? Thanks.
  8. I was referring to item 6- the spring hanger. But, I've found and downloaded the PET. Thanks!
  9. I've got a LWFW, a GruppeM intake and the Europipe exhaust. Lastly, I got the car dyno tuned using a Unichip.
  10. Hi, does anyone here have the part number for the Mk2's rear spring hat? Thanks!
  11. Nope, it was done on a Dyno Dynamics. Wow, 15-20%? I'd have thought that that's the figure for a front engined, rear wheel driven car and that, rear engined, rear wheel driven 911s would have a much lower figure- say around the 10% mark.
  12. After tuning the car (it was running rich before), I've noticed that the bits of the bumper surrounding the tailpipes have started to melt, approximating an appearance much like melted cheese. Also, the driver's side (RHD) side of the rear bumper, immediately next to the muffler, has began to bulge ever so slightly compared to the left side. Now, I think the increase in engine/exhaust temps is probably due to the car running not as rich as before and, that's what's causing the bumper issues. My question is; does anyone know if there ways/products to contain or manage the excessive heat? Like
  13. Anyone here have any data on what the transmission loss for a 996 GT3 is? I just dyno'd my car, a 2001 Mk1 with a couple of mods and, got 350hp on wheel. Thanks.
  14. I just discovered that I've been driving around with the bleed valve open the entire time!
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