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About ondafly

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    Dublin, Ireland
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  • Present cars
    Audi TT
    Boxster
  • Future cars
    911 (996)
  • Former cars
    BMW M3
    Honda Integra Si
  1. Isn't there a requirement to have a high-vis jacket for when driving in France/Germany ? Dunno why you want to go - sure its scorching here in Dublin these days :D Enjoy the trip thought ! I would love to be doing something similiar, but the other half doesn't enjoy Ferry crossings !
  2. try http://www.porsch-apart.co.uk/ or (however they charge in Euro, and the old Sterling ain't what it used to be ;) ) http://www.karrera.net/
  3. does anyone know what the part number is for the bracket that fits a boxster s exhaust ?
  4. Hi Folks, I plan to purchase a 3.2 oettle'd backbox. However I remember someone on here posted pics of one with additional taps/valves on the new bits of piping. The idea being they could open/close the valve to control the sound of the exhaust. Can anyone find that thread ? as I've spent ages looking for it, but still can't find it. Also what do I need to install a 3.2 backbox on a 2.5 boxster. I assume a bracket of somesort is required ? Again I've search the forum, but can't find a thread ! but I'm sure this has been done 100s of times. Thanks Brian
  5. Kinda bumping my own post :) but with new knowledge. We put the boxster up on axle stands, and had no issue removing the exhaust backbox. We didn't need to remove the rear bumper, as we managed with the space available. Complete downside to all this, was the new replacement exhaust (hand made!) didn't line up with the brackets, was out by a couple of MM either side which made it impossible to put on. Lesson learned :)
  6. I might be able to help - I purchased a retro fit kit from porsche recently. I'll grab it and have a look for part numbers (i do remember seeing the audi symbol on the mirror!) ok in the kit I have 3 seperate bags. Bag 1 = N0209094 <-- just a bag of Porsche zip ties ! Bag 2 = 99661298400 <-- its a porsche wiring loom for the mirror Bag 3 = 4DO857511D <-- the actual Audi mirror, its alot wider than mirror currently in the car. Also its black in color
  7. Hi folks, I plan to purchase the M030 suspension kit for the 986 boxster. What I would like to know, is can someone provide me a with a list of the parts that need to come off the current suspenion (top mounts etc)? I will then purchase new versions of all these parts, and effectivily build up the M030 suspension prior to fitting on the car, with the idea, of just removing the old setup and popping in the new one. Thanks Brian
  8. hi Folks. I'm planning on changing my exhaust at the weekend, and I'm just looking for a guide on how to do it. I have a rough idea, but its always handy to have a few photos to guide you. Thanks Brian
  9. in my experience LEDs in general are not as bright when used individually. I think you would be better off with red bulbs ?
  10. There is a company in the UK called Porscheapart who sell the kit. Should be cheaper to ship to Cyprus :) than from the USA
  11. grand no problem - I'll send a PM of good mechanics in the area. We will have to organise an Irish boxster meet in the next few months !
  12. Hi, Can anyone identify the wheels fitted to the GT3 in the attached pic ? Thanks Brian
  13. Hi - i'm in Dublin also. If you need a spare pair of hands let me know, I've done one or two things with the boxster and don't mind helping out. I have a voltmeter handy too, which might be useful for fixing the alarm issue ?
  14. Lovely Pics ! what are the make of those alloys ? they look like BBS LM reps ? Great to see a boxster on here, with the wheel on the correct side too ;)
  15. Hi Folks, Can anyone post pics they might have of a black 986 boxsters with black alloys ? Thanks Brian
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