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About raglem03

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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 Porsche Turbo
  • Future cars
    997 Turbo
  • Former cars
    04 M3 - 98 M3
  1. Beware: Electric problems galore. #1 So when I first received my car in February (2002 Porsche Turbo) I noticed that the key fob worked okay but sometimes I would have to get closer, and sometimes it just wouldn't want to work so I used my key manually into the door to unlock or lock. I coincidentally had a problem with the ignition switch that was a little sticky and would sometimes not let the headlights, windshield washers, etc work. So I went to Porsche and purchased a brand new ignition switch mechanism. Everything began to work perfectly except for the keyless entry... the keyless wo
  2. Most of the aftermarket wheels are made with an extra aggressive offset different then stock so the wheels do not look tucked at all. They are made to look flush with the fender yet still work with lowering modifications. I find it very odd that these wheels were made a little "off". My guess is that you need a crazy alignment with some camber adjustment, very aggressive. Interested in selling those wheels?
  3. u should have a passcode card i ur car with ur manual or such or ur gonna have to call Porsche with ur VIN# or possibly pull out the NAV unit and get the serial code from the back... they will give u the code right away
  4. where'd u pick up the gauges from? if u don't feel VERY comfortable with the install just don't do it, too many potential problems
  5. u could make some small spacers, i've seen people do it before but honestly u should fix the problem properly. if u wanted to raise it get different springs, or the more expensive upgrade which would be to get full adjustable coilovers. I don't think ur problem is ur wheels hitting and bouncing or else u would have mentioned that u hear some kind of scraping. u should go an alignment shop and get every single spec printed out on the car, make sure u are corner balanced. if everything checks out properly the same shop will be able to tell u what exact problem is causing this, obviously its no
  6. Are those replica wheels or OEM 997TT wheels? They look like OEMs. I believe you only need a 5mm spacer in the rear to make them work... I would use more like 15mm just to make the wheel look more flush to the fender though
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