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Norby

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    04, 996 C4S
  1. "Long answer is No because when the rear suspension is lowered, your Toe Arm will lack the range to give you respectible Toe in.... So you will end up with WAY too much toe in and when you hit bumps the rear end will feel squirly and wiggle till both wheels are firmly planted again." Hmm. Don't european spec cars come a bit lower than US spec? I'm only talking about lowering it about an inch, then realigning. I'd prefer not to mess with the suspension other than stock. I may go more crazy later with PSS9 kit, etc, but just want a small improvement for now. JP
  2. Hi guys, considering an alignment on my new 04 C4S to make sure it's in spec. Local shop (Porsche expert mechanics) want 275. Is that reasonable? Can the C4S be lowered with factory adjustments? Is it worth "corner weighting"? Same shop wants 1100 to do the works. Advice? Thanks, John Reno,Nv Guards red on natural brown
  3. Hi guys, just got my 04 C4S, wondering if any of the easy mods I've looked at are worth it. Specifically, cold air inatke, plenum, high flow cats, sport exhaust or chip. Appreciate any first hand experience, or even hearsay! thanks, JP
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