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About Thechris

  • Birthday 07/16/1972

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    997 carrera S, Aerokit Cup, GT Silver,
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    BMW M3 E46 343HP
    BMW 123D Coupe, Chip tuning 240HP
    997 Carrera S 355HP

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  1. In Europe, the aerokit cup is really rare! Many people want to buy it. Nevertheless, purist Porsche lovers prefer without. I personnaly recieved a lot of compliments !!! It is only a question of choice I guess. Chris.
  2. It comes off a regular GT3. The offset of RS wheels is effectively different. I have Pilot Sport Cup 305 on the back. Regards, Chris. :drive:
  3. the price was 2600€ = +/- $3500, including the pilot sport cup tires. (a good business case !!) The wheels were coming from germany (europe) from a guy which was racing on the Nurburgring racing track. Regards, Chris.
  4. What wheels are those exactly?? and where to get them?? ==> The wheels are 997 GT3 original equipment. I bought it on Ebay. B)
  5. Thank you for the info. My Porsche dealer also told me that many people have GT3 wheels on 997 models without any problem.
  6. Hello! Just have a look on the Pdf file attached! :D Please give me an answer to my topic about GT3 Wheels! Aerokit_cup_Porsche_997_Eng.pdf Chris. :renntech: Aerokit_cup_Porsche_997_Eng.pdf
  7. Aerokit Cup Porsche 997 S Hello! Just have a look on the Pdf file attached! :D Please give me an answer to my topic about GT3 Wheels! Aerokit_cup_Porsche_997_Eng.pdf Chris. :renntech: Aerokit_cup_Porsche_997_Eng.pdf Author Thechris Category Carrera (997-1) - Accessories Submitted 01/27/2009 02:00 AM
  8. Hello, I have Michelin pilot sport cup tires (235/19 and 305/19) for trackdays, and I have the opportunity to buy second hands GT3 rims. I would like to know if it will fit my 997 Carrera S Aerokit Cup? Perhaps someone has already done this? :huh: I'd appreciate if someone could give me advices before bying it. If I compare some rims dimensions, GT3 front wheels will be 4mm more outside vs OEM and rear one will be 1mm more inside. OEM wheels: 8J*19ET57 - 11J*19ET67 Sport wheels:8,5J*19ET55 - 11,5J*19ET67 GT3 wheels: 8,5J*19ET53 - 12J*19ET68 Another question: What is Pilot sport cup pressure that you put for trackdays with a 997 S? Thank you for your comments and advices! :rolleyes: Chris. :renntech: --> Car transformation with Aerokit Cup... waiting for new rims... Aerokit_Cup_Carrera_S.wmv
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