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    997 C2S
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  1. Agree! Please spend a little bit of time looking into Europipe. I have had mine in my C2S and everything has turned out great. The hardware itself is of great quality. Fitment is perfect. Sound is great. At least EP is one capable option which should earn a place in your shopping list.
  2. Thanks Paul! Are there any numbers just relating to the shock absorbers and springs for the rear in the list you posted above? Thanks again!
  3. Hi, there, Does any know the part number of the standard suspension for a 997 Carerra S? Various types of factory suspensions: 1. Standard suspension (non-PASM) - this is the one I am looking at 2. Standard PASM set - not the one I am looking at 3. -20mm Sport Suspension (non-PASM) - not the one I am looking at Basic info of my 997: MY05 C2 Coupe 6-speed Country: RoW (Hong Kong, RHD) Your help is appreciated! Thanks in advance!
  4. Thanks for your feedback! Please do share more if you have any further info! Thanks again!
  5. Hi, there, it's my first time to post thing in here...thanks in advance! Info of my car: MY05 Carrera S, 6-speed manual, without PASM, instead the -20mm Sport Suspension with mechanical LSD installed. Country I am located: Hong Kong Just acquired my car and found that the -20mm Sport Suspension is a bit too stiff for the road condition here in HK. So I am considering of possible ways to restore some bits of ride comfort. Options: 1. Go for factory standard suspension (to give up the -20mm good looking but in return better ride quality) 2. Go for Bilstein PSS system My quesions would be: 1. What would you recommend over here, factory or PSS? 2. If PSS, anything that I need to pay attention to? Say whether I have to dis-arm the mechanical LSD or I can keep it as-is? 3. If PSS, whether it should be PSS9 or PSS10? I checked the official website of Bilstein but noticed that 997C2S should only go for PSS9 but not PSS10. I am a bit confused here. Your advices are greatly appreciated! Thanks all!
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