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About cakasa

  • Birthday 05/17/1937

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    Resisting Gravity (Gym Rat) .........

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  • From
    Atlanta, Ga
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    03 911 Carrera, 05 BMW 545i, 00 Dakota
  • Former cars
    03 350Z / 93 Mercedes 300E / 90 300ZX / 74 260Z

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  2. WHAT! NO PICS?????????????
  3. Clean to the bone ..... You should have no problem selling this dream on wheels. Good Luck!
  4. In your above response Loren you shared the many 'pats on the back' with the rest of the Renntech team. In doing so .... you only confirmed the popular belief that you're a 'CLASS ACT.' I would like to thank the entire team for the work they do to keep this site on point. All of you are so deserving of the accolades in this thread. However, every time I ran into a mechanical wall / challenge. You ALWAYS got back to me in fast time. Which is so important when you're in the middle of a fix on your ride. Mr. Loren I don't know when you sleep, or even if you sleep at all. All I know is when I reach out to you for help you've NEVER fail to respond with the correct answer. THANK YOU BROTHER!
  5. Where can you purchase the Durametric software? Is it a high ticket item? Had a 06 Carrera serviced at a non dealer shop. And I want to reset the light.
  6. You are probably no going to like it, but IMHO, the best place to introduce BG44K or Seafoam is into the nearest trash can. Both of these products have chemical make ups very similar to ladies nail polish remover; hardly something you would want to pour into a decent engine.................. THE CHEMICAL MAKE UP IN NAIL POLISH REMOVER YOU REFERRED TO IS: ACETONE. IT WILL EAT THROUGH PLASTICS, AND A BUNCH OF OTHER MATERIALS. DON'T INTRODUCE THIS STUFF INTO YOUR ENGINE. My 2 cents.
  7. In other words ........ You mail your oem mufflers to them for the mod!!!!. What's the turnaround time?
  8. I became a contributor a year ago. I've reached out for Loren's help on several occasions. And he has never failed to respond ... not only with the correct info. But in an timely manner. There's nothing like a quick response when you're under the car and you have hit a dilemma. I CAST MY VOTE FOR LOREN AS PRESIDENT OF THESE UNITED STATES. WAHOO!l
  9. Since I'm a DIY oil changer ...and haven't experienced this problem. I found this thread to be most valuable. I'm purchasing the stainless steel replacement plug just in case. Thanks
  10. Surely appreciate your willingness to share your Pcar expertise. Coolant cap leak/removal ;-) cakasa

  11. Must be nice! Good luck with your new ride. Waiting to see the pictures.
  12. Your valuable suggestions (Muffler Removal) was right on point. Can't thank you enough for taking time to write a thorough response. Don't drive faster than your angels can fly. ;-) cakasa

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