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  1. I have yet to see any Porsche without some type 1 over revs. Type 1 are the safe over revs - they were controlled by the rev limiter. As said here before we suspect that the actual count is "ignitions" - so in one crankshaft revolution there would be 6 ignitions. I would not worry about any type 1 over revs when buying a used Porsche just type 2. Just a correction, one crankshaft revolution is 3 ignitions ;) Don't worry about overrevs 1... Only 2800 rev's correspond approximatively to 6 - 7 revs during one second. The man who drive this car was very cool B)
  2. Great ! It works correctly after pushing hard !! :thumbup:
  3. Thanks Clord, I've tried last time but maybe not too hard enough....? I will try tomorrow :)
  4. Hello, On my car, I don't be able to move the steering wheel when I push locking lever downwards.... :angry: Is anyone has similar problem? Thanks for help.
  5. So, why is there various parts numbers : One for the GT3 One for the RS And one for the cup....
  6. If you don't drive often and you want to be sure of less usure, you can pull up the C4 fuse (benzine pomp). Start two times during 5 seconds to read an oil pressure and start again with fuse ;-)
  7. I don't understand very well... You will say that people who has an normal 996/986 uses 7GT3 ducts because there is with these minder scratching than 6GT3 or GT3CUP ducts? More, Thr price for 997 GT3 are cheaper as only 30 $.
  8. When I see on the PET, the references you've given are for a GT3 MkI from 2002....
  9. Unfortunately, I've looked at the picture and the part is 91 at the end.... So, are you sure than RS is the same as CUP? Thanks.
  10. Thanks guys for help. About the first link, finally, the 997 GT3 ducts brake are better than stock model but are there better than stock 996 GT3? Model from 997 doesn't make problem of scraping in bad roads... Following second link, my GT3 is a clubsport, so have I already the Cup/RS model? I've made some pictures about mine to see which I have. I post these tomorrow.
  11. Hello there, Thanks for this great forum :) I wonder which is the best brake ducts for GT3? I've seen on the PET that there are two models : For example in Right for a 2004 : 996.341.118.91 GT3 996.341.118.92 GT3 RS Which is de difference between these? Is de model for the cup is longer/better? Is anyone has the number OEM? Thanks guys.
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