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About phrankandbeanz

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    los angeles
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    bmw x5 4.8, bmw 330ci, porsche boxster
  1. I am trying to swap my OEM brushed aluminum for the OEM carbon fiber trim. All the parts on the door and the dash strips were done rather easily however, I am now stuck on the center console part. It took the shifter trim apart, got the center console trim loose but there 2 clips from the center console trim that is underneath the PCm module. It seems like the PCM/Nav unit might need to be removed. Anyone have any idea how to remove the center vents so I can get to the screws on the PCM module? TIA Frank
  2. ijust plugged and played...i didnt want to splice all those wires because when I sell my car I want to sell the litronics on ebay and put back my haolgens
  3. he can do any plastic product look like it is carbon fiber!! and the price is considerally cheap!
  4. I just recieved this through a person I met in florida who does carbon fiber prints on regular plastic and all I can say about this product is wow!!! The fitment is perfect and the price was only $235 in comparison to 1200 for the oem real carbon fiber. This doesnt need the careful attention of the real carbon fibers and doesnt turn green after a while. I will post more pics when I install it! If anyone is interested feel free to email me at PHRANKANDBEANZ@JUNO.COM. BTW he can do any plastic parts in the carbon fiber patterns. The weave looks real!
  5. Does anyone know what type of glue they use on the inner headliner to stick to the plasric area where it latches? My inner headliner has come off in that area and it seems like there has been some sort of glue or adhesive there. I am talking about the area where your top latches in and where headline meets
  6. Can you instruct me where I can get carbon fiber for cheap? I am interested in experimenting with carbon fiber. Frank
  7. Does anyone know how to take the convertible top apart ? I am talking about the actualy fabric top and not just putting the top down.
  8. brakes might be dirty? Is your car dirty? Maybe the brake pad is misaligned and I doubt the pad is worn out.
  9. OK this is an opdate I got from the dealer. I took my car into newport porsche yesterday afternoon and I recieved a call today from my service advisor saying they will replace my whole cluster and that the part will come in on monday and it will be f inished on monday. I got lucky. Thanks for the help fellow porsche guru's. Frank
  10. Thanks henry. I will soon learn tomorrow what is going to happen. Frank
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