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About jim911

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    Mequon WI.
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    04 GT3 , 03 Boxter, 73 911T, BMW330XI, 3/4 ton Suburban
  1. Mike, how will you tie down the front. You sure can't get a ratchet under there, and I don't think there is enough clearence under the spoiler to run straps foward.
  2. Thanks, I will check it out.
  3. Where do these attach in front? Has anyone used the performance products wheel tie downs, the ones that attach to 3 lug bolts on ea. wheel.
  4. Since these cars do not have center lock wheels, how do you plan to tie down for trailering?
  5. I am not knocking your choice, just did not know if you knew of other options. Sorry I do about 14 DE events a year so to me its very important.
  6. With the toe out the car feels like there was a pivit point at the center of the dash, you had that oversteer feeling even though it did not realy come around. There is a lot of camber in these cars so by going to toe in car still turns in very good and that oversteer feeling is gone. Won't really know whats going to be final till I get on a track.
  7. Opps, forgot ,there is a red one a couple miles from my home, and a silver one somewhere in the city.
  8. Yes, welded in bar ,Gt3 cloth seats, Schroth 6 point belts, These few touches are needed to track the car next year. Parts should be installed by 1st of year. hope to be ready for Sebring in Feb.
  9. Safety Device makes the best roll bar or cage other than factory cage. Finished nice with black powder coat, and fit well. Plates have to be welded in and then roll bar is bolted to plates. All for about the same cost as the bolt in factory bar which is mostly cosmetic with little strength.
  10. 1/16" toe in works fine. Car came with 1/8" toe out.
  11. We used the factory specs. that GTSteve posted
  12. These cars have a lot of castor and mine had toe out. after doing an alignment and correcting the toe adj. can handles great. You will still get a little of that oversteer feeling because of the castor but much better.
  13. Do it now skl, if you think there is a need. Mine is going in tues. however the inside of fronts are scrubbing pretty bad.
  14. Thanks much, Jim911. Has anyone out there have their car checked, and have all settings been correct?
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