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    Dana Point, CA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1999 996 C2
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    MZB CLK430
    1979 911 SC
    1971 LT1 Corvette
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  1. Bring everything over to Dwain at Vision Motorsports in Laguna Hills and tell him Peter sent you..
  2. I am an OEM guy only, so my advise is Porsche factory parts, especially when it comes to the body. May cost more but the quality and fit is always right on.. IMHO...
  3. I have this and love it. http://www.automotion.com/car-cover-coverking-satin-stretch-indoor-car-cover.html?crosssell=Homepage_Featured_Category_Car+Covers
  4. I have this one... http://www.automotion.com/car-cover-coverking-satin-stretch-indoor-car-cover.html?crosssell=Homepage_Featured_Category_Car+Covers
  5. You can buy OEM side skirts for the MK1 right from Porsche. Sunset in the US..
  6. Nick, My car is white... Note that the black ones are not really black. They are called back chrome and they have a real unique look to them. Here is a black chrome wheel. I will try to take picture this weekend of my tail pipes.
  7. Nick, I will try to get some pictures tomorrow to post. Not sure what color your car is but---You may want to change your order to the black chrome because it is outstanding. It is not really black but blackened chrome-hard to describe-but I was extremely impressed and glad I did not get the other. They do look great..
  8. I just replaced mine with the Fabspeed duel pipe. I must say I was very impressed with the quality of the Fabspeed product. Make sure you order the correct ones for your year car as the MK1's are shorter than the MK2. Taking the old ones off was very easy but you do want to jack up the car for more working room. Putting the Fabspeeds on was not that easy because they (the dual pipe ones) fill up more of the opening and it is a little tighter to work. I also, put painters tape around the exhaust opening on the bumper so I did not scratch the paint when working in that area. Also, adjusting the tips takes time, at least for me, becuase I wanted them perfect. All in all, it was an easy job. Just take your time. And afterward---well they look great..
  9. Thanks, for your advice on the sideskirts. I installed them this past weekend and they came out great. Thanks again.

  10. You do not have to drill any holes to install the MK1 side skirts. There are small retaining clips that clip onto the lip under the vehicle (~10 per side I forget). The side skirts are taped on the top along the vehicle and screwed into the retaining clips that are under the vehicle. There are also two screws in the back wheel wheel and one in the front. Do not use glue and do not drill holes. PM me if you want.
  11. 996.512.985.00 Strip -- US MSRP $126.80 Try the folks at Sunset Imports (Porsche Parts at Dealer Cost) for a much better price. Thanks Loren..
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