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  1. I'm assuming this is oil pressure and and not level. Bad sender/sensor?
  2. I've only been a GT3 owner for a couple months, some people have installed home-made screens, but I wouldn't spend too much time worrying about it.
  3. I'm almost positive there isn't any mesh installed from the factory
  4. Nice. Well there you go achillies. :) The Locktite 5900 is what Suncoast sells. No leaks.
  5. Could you post up your reference doc or source? I could not find any documentation for the install. Its not even called out in the X51 documentation.
  6. I found what I was looking for, thank Loren. :)
  7. Thanks Loren. Upon some deeper digging I’ve been told there is a race pad application and a street pad application for the Gen 1 PCCB setup. What about these? Street PCCB Pads 980.351.939.00 (front) 996.352.947.03 (rear) Is there only 1 set of brake pads available as replacements?
  8. I have found a number, but cannot locate them within the PET or on a couple parts sites 996 351 940 92 Front Axle Brake Pad Set 996 352 930 90 Rear Axle Brake Pad Set ???
  9. I tend to agree with lenobleb If you are really concerned about it, get two more ramps and drive up on all 4 :) Level, and plenty of room to work underneath safely. I do this with jack stands, or on a friends lift.
  10. The ability to misalign the shifter cables and the adjustment set screw on the shifter itself during install IMO is pretty high, which why I think some folks says it notchy, while others like me think its perfect. JMHO
  11. Basically on top of the cats. I doubt this is the problem, but its worth ckecking.
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