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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2001 Porsche 991 Turbo
    2007 GMC Acadia
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    2005 Accord v6 6Spd coupe
  1. when I took my 01 911TT in for spring service my clutch was looked at because it seemed stiff. It was still very tolerable in traffic but it was getting progressively worse. The car has never been raced or on a track so I wasn't expecting to get a new clutch. I only picked up the car in April '09 and the car had only 26,000 km when I took it in to Porsche this past March. They took a look at it and replaced the clutch system accumulator for $550 cdn. The clutch now feels lighter and better than my Accord's clutch ever did and it light and easy in traffic. Unbelievable even with a 1.5 hr commute at 10-20km/hr.
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