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  1. Hello Loren, This is similar to the part I'm looking for, however I've read that the RS version has a slightly different design to allow for more brake cooling. I'm trying to verify whether this is the case. I have the part numbers you have listed Thanks, Bill
  2. Hello Loren, My understanding is that the Porsche 993 RS rear disc / caliper backing plate ( protection plate as noted in PET ) is different from the normal NB or TT version. Would you happen to have the part number for both rear backing plates? (I apologize for Subject Line typo P / B Backing Plate :) ) Regards, Bill
  3. Hello All, I would like to get your opinion on the use of Pagid Black RS14 pads for a combo street driven and part time DE car. My Carrera is a narrow body RS clone with Turbo front calipers and RS rear calipers. Car is driven 80% street. I've been advised that using the RS 14 pads on all four calipers works well but may not be the best option. My concerns are primarily related to street driving in terms of excessive brake pad noise and dust. Much appreciate other opinions. Regards
  4. If you read through the entire thread that is linked above in Laporsche's post, you will get some good along with some more bad. Reputation within the Porsche Community takes years to establish. Every business's reputation is a product of the after sale support and perception by its customer base. Good Luck.
  5. Would anyone please direct me to a step by step installation link to install a traffic Pro into a 993 Carrera coupe? I am have problems trying to find a good step by step showing exactly what wires need to be tapped and so on. Thanks , Bill
  6. I would like to get opinions on which suspension system is best for the casual canyon driver. I enjoy taking my Carrera through winding roads but am not the type of person that pushes the envelope often. I am looking to lower my stock ride height as well. Regards, Bill
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