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    92 968 Cab
    01 996tt
    04 Volvo V70R
    CRG 125 Rotax Kart
  1. Wow, ToolPants...that is the cleanest inside of wheel I've ever seen. Thank you both for posting pics.
  2. My understanding is that it's not that easy on the TT's since there is an oil cooler up front. Is there a draining proceedure for TT's that's slightly different?
  3. On my 01 tt, the horn beep means that you have pushed the button twice and it deactivates the interior motion sensor (located in the dome light cluster).
  4. Moogle...glad to see you loiter in more than one place. And my thoughts almost exactly. I'm hoping time spent over the years in my kart has prepared me to drive at 7/10ths in a 996tt. Maybe a Porsche experience driving school is needed. But the mods I've been looking at (my car is still in Chicago waiting for me to drive it back to Utah), The bumper plugs, rear bumpers painted, the bumperettes were alreadys deleted at the factory, but I'm considering the GT-2 front bumper (it's beautiful), Good tires, and I'm going to have to get rid of some of gap betwwen the wheels and fender. I was t
  5. So if you're looking at the doing the conversion, the bumpers range from $1500 to $3200 US$ (depending on quality and material), and any out there that has done it right, do you have a price and part numbers for the Porsche bits that will be needed?
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