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  1. hey everyone, I go back to part of the original question - does anyone know if there is a way to change the settings so that the rear spoiler operates at lower speeds? I'd like to see it come up at 45mph like the older 911s. much appreciated...
  2. I have the same problem, I want to replace the black mats I have on my 02 Cabriolet with gray mats, but when I look on line I see that there are literally two dozen different shades of gray; so be careful when buying through the web that you actually get the color you are looking for. What I’m looking into is having them costume made. There are a couple upholstery shops in the Miami area that can actually make it for me including the Porsche name (or 911) stitching with any color I like. Since I can leave my old floor mats with them they can use them as a template for the new ones. As far as the price, pretty competitive with anything on the web.
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