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About llacourte

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  • Present cars
    '02 996 C4S
  1. I'm selling (maybe trade) my 02 Supercharged 470hp 996 C4S. Are you interested? Details below: Some details: - Brand new supercharger just installed. (includes, ecu program, additional front radiator, larger injectors, etc.) 470+hp. - Evo Stage II clutch and flywheel just installed. - Complete service just completed (2/1/08) including ALL fluides changed and flushed etc (diffs, tranny, brake fluid, etcc) belts replaced, spark plugs, etc, etc. etc. Car is tip top. - Grand Toursimo Brembo 380MM disks all around. 6 piston monoblock front calipers, 4 pot rears - Custom built headers, high flow cats, fabspeed mufflers - larger throttle body - Two sets of black Fikse 12x18, 9x18 wheels. One set with new R888s (315/30s rear and 245/40s front) and one set with Micheline Pilot Sports - Bilstein PSS9s all around, GT3 front and rear sway bars, GT3 suspension links - GT3 Black leather seats racing seats - GT3 Rear end w/ Carbon Wing - GT2 Front end w/ Carbon splitter - Top OEM Option package: Full leather interior, nav system, sunroof, Bose stereo system, etc. - GT3 Stainless roll bar - 6 point harnesses driver and passenger - stainless breakelines, strut brace, more... Interested? - please call me (Lu) at 415-652-0001 or post here.
  2. Wow - Ziiz996, very sorry to hear about what you're dealing with.... but now I have to ask a question of Loren and Todd on this thread given how knowledgable they are about conversions... I've been playing with the idea of putting a 996 GT3 motor and turbo transaxle in my '02 996 C4S. This would be instead of supercharging the 996 engine and seeing if I can re-gear the 996 transmission (or just the final drive - do you know if someone offers a different final drive?). I know all the rational arguments for why I shouldn't even think of doing it but I love the car, love what I've done to it so far and the way I have it dialed in at this point, and am curious to know if this is a reasonable option. Do you know if anyone has done this successfully and/or if I will encounter electronics issues? Thanks for your time and opinions. -Lu
  3. MA Shaw (Mike Shaw) has a good Carbon wing. Google "MA Shaw Porsche" and it should come right up or you'll see his ads in the major Porsche mags. I have one on my car. It's now clear coated but looked fine without the clear coat as well. I have a carbon front splitter from him as well - unpainted. I happen to have my wing on a 996 C4S that I converted to be able to carry it's the wing orignally for a 996 GT3. Good luck!
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