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Yes, yes. Please keep us posted. I'm very interested. Hope you can do it. Thanks.
aalvarez replied to pmotoring's topic in 997-1 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 2S, Carrera 4S)I installed a fixed wing and I did not cut any wires or sensors. I just removed the hydraulic arms and left the motor plugged in so as not to trigger the rear wing malfunction but I still get a "raised brake light" malfunction. To get around that, I reinstalled the brake light and taped it inside the fixed wing. Or you can get the fixed wing kit for around $80.
No, I have not. But you can buy a years worth of prepaid time. I believe you get more minutes per year of anniversay. Almost all of the wireless providers are offering prepaid but you have to do your research in your area as some are cheaper and some are less restrictive. BTW, I am not an affiliate of T-Mobile or any provider. I just know that T-Mobile works best for me.
I buy $10 T-mobile prepaid sim card and forward my iphone to the sim card everytime I drive my car. Unforward the iphone once I'm on my destination. "Single Number lets you have the same number on your Orange mobile phone and on your PDA or car phone. Which means one bill, one Answerphone, one price plan ..." http://www.business.orange.co.uk/servlet/S...d=1135953583381 Orange in the Uk provide for this - you get two sim's on the same number. when the car sim is switched on all your calls go to that sim. as soon as you switch it off then all calls go to the other sim - it simple and it works. The only downside is when you lend you porsche to someone else - they get all your calls. The souloution - never lend out your porsche !!! BTW it a five quid a month service
Hi All. I have a 2006 911 Cab with tiptronic transmission. Is it normal for the transmission to be on 2nd gear when you put the transmission on "Automatic"? I just recently bought the Cab and was wondering why is it on 2nd gear to start with although I don't see any problems with it. Thanks. Alex