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  • Present cars
    2006, 987 2.7, Tiptronic S, LHD, Hardtop, Basalt Black,
    Part leather Seats, Black interior, Bi Xenon, PASM,
    Automatic air conditioning, BOSE Surround Sound System, CDR-24 CD autochanger.
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  1. Well it's not on my 06, so I would say it's damaged. Did you buy it from new?
  2. Just a guess it may be the gearbox filler
  3. Hi,Well I have got 06 987 now at 51000km with just normal servicing every two years at Porsche with new front rotors and pads all round, and one new set of tyres, that is all so far. In fact my last car was a 01 986 and that was just the same, dam good cars. You need to drive them every day, all year like I do. Good luck.
  4. Hello, That is about the same that Porsche want in the UK. And it includes the vat, see attach PDF. http://www12.porsche...servicepricing/ default.pdf
  5. Hi, The short answer is yes you do if you want to drive at below +7c and be safe. I have Michelin Pilot Alpin PA2 on my 987, they are first class for cold weather driving. This year have driven down to -21c. Good luck.
  6. That is normal, they come from Porsche like that.
  7. Try one of the three Porsche Centers in Saudi Arabia. Good luck with it.
  8. Well that is the same that I had on a 986 9 years ago, and all they did to fix it was a new light switch. Hope that helps.
  9. Hi, I would say it needs a new main light switch. Good luck.
  10. Hi, I too live next to Germany and drive on there Autobahns, at least once a month at high speed. Your 911 spent the last nine years going slow most of the time in the USA, I would change the spark plugs, plus are your wheels standed size or bigger? if bigger that would slow you down a lot. And turn off the AC on a high speed test. Good Luck with it.
  11. Hi, Merry Xmas and happy new year to you. I got one in the post today as a Xmas present from my Porsche dealer that I got my car from, and they service it every two years as well. Just put it up looks nice. Email your dealer and ask them. Last year got a bottle of honey vodka from them.
  12. The Pirelli's are real winter tires the Nittos are not. Only use tires that are branded with the snowflake-on-the-mountain symbol on them.
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