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99C2

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  1. vette67: I am the biggest fan of the Griots products and I have the same set up as you do I'm sure. I have never had an issue dealing with burning and I can tell you first hand and after several uses of the buffer on my 996 that this is totally safe. If you were using a rotery buffer (1750 rpm) you would in deed cause burning on edges and such. That was my fear too when I was looking for detailing products. I bought my car used and with Black I had to do a lot of polishing with #3 to get it right. The Best of Show Wax and the Carnuba is just awesome. I use it on every inch of the car
  2. SIMON: I was dealing with the same situation a few months ago. I finally got the DANSK Turbo Quad Tip from Performance Products. The stock are of poor quality and finish and the Turbo Quad Tips are SS and much larger than stock and have the look that belongs on this fine car. As soon as I get pix is will post. Good kuck, 99C2
  3. Nic: Were you at the local Drive-in Theater by chance? 99C2
  4. Don't even bother with 7mm -- you won't notice the difference. Go with 15mm front from H&R. I did this on my 17" stock wheels and the difference is noticeable. I left the rear wheels as is. Oggie - Thanks for that information I was wondering just how the 7mm would look fearing that the 14mm would be too wide. However you feel that the 7mm will go un noticed. I am running the P-Zero Turbo Twist wheels and am concerned about wheel rub. I have the 14mm on the rear and will be mounting the 144mm on the front this weekend for a look. Thanks, 99C2
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