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Little 't'

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About Little 't'

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  • Birthday 12/02/1973

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    http://www.linkedin.com/in/alexbermudez
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    Los Angeles
  • Porsche Club
    POC (Porsche Owners Club)
  • Present cars
    997 Carrera S
    Spec Boxster
    964 Growler RS
  1. It seems to me, from the inception of the 996 through to the present car, the Porsche evolutionary process has transformed the 911 from a small lightweight sports car (think 993 and earlier) into a grand tourer laden with all the associated creature comforts. Perhaps Porsche is repositioning the 911 in order to give the Cayman and Boxster more room for further development, after all, there is no denying how much has been left on the table when it comes to Porsche's mid engine offerings. While the mechanical grip achieved upon acceleration by the rear engine platform cannot be matched by it's
  2. Buttonwillow next weekend...

  3. I'm off to Willow Springs International raceway for some winter testing!

  4. Today I am headed up to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for three days of racing with the POC...

  5. Hey jcraw, The car is great! frankly it is far better than my 997s! Unfortunately my motor blew up, but the good thing about Boxsters is there are many relatively cheap motors floating around... The new motor is in the car and it's ready for my next event. I have posted some more photos... Talk Soon...

  6. Hey jcraw, I have been to 6 track days this year thus far and I am loving it. We just stripped the car down again, in order to paint the interior and the cage. I have to say, it's looking really good! Talk Soon...

  7. Little t -

    thanks for your kind words regarding my p-car. love your car as well, and your photography is amazing.

    hope you enjoy Road Atlanta. Cool place.

    on another subject, I too am looking at a car exclusivley for the track. had my scca license in a formula mazda but need to find something a little more accomodating (6'3'' 240). saw the pictures of your ...

  8. is headed to Road Atlanta, for the 13th Annual Petit Le Mans. While this is the last race of the season, it is shaping up to be quite the finale, with the Audi R15, Peugeot 908 HDI, Saleen S7R and last but not least the Porsche 911 GT3R Hybrid, joining the already distinguished field of competitors!

  9. Loren, I am building a Boxster Spec and was hoping to tap into the knowledge base on this forum. I am attempting to take out as much weight as possible by eliminating the unessential parts of the wiring loom and its related systems. Additionally the Immobilizer sits directly below the drivers seat, restricting the seat from being positioned as low as possible and thus keeping the center of gravity unnecessarily high. That said, I apologize for my faux pas...
  10. Can anyone give me a heads up on how to circumvent the immobilizer located under the drivers seat of my 1999 Boxster. I have been using the factory wiring diagrams with great success, however this Immobilizer is rather tricky.
  11. Good morning Loren, I am having trouble creating a Blog on my profile page, can you shed any light?

  12. just went canyon blasting up Azusa Canyon Road, Glendora Mountain Road and then along Glendora Ridg Road. What a blast!

    1. Little 't'

      Little 't'

      But now my tank is empty:[

  13. is headed to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, for the ALMS Race at Road America! Its time to start panning again!

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