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    Bay Area, CA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2004 Cayenne Turbo(GIAC, bypass pipes, KN filters)
    1975 911S 3.0
  • Future cars
    Porsche Cayenne TT
    Porsche Carrera 4S Cab
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    2004 Porsche Cayenne V6
    1983 911 Cab
    1988 Toyota Supra Turbo
    2001 RX300
    1992 4Runner
  1. If you guys want to install a wind deflector, here's some pics. I bought this from a P9 member for cheap.. make sure you asked if there's mounting kit included.. that would cost you an additional $50+ ... mounting kit part number for all 987 - 98756190102 still cheap compared to the retail of $450..lol tools needed - Rivetter, flathead screwdriver.. First open the top,put the seats all the way towards the front and remove all the headrest pads.. puling them out, in my case they were easy, but I saw some posts that they had a hardtime pulling it out.. 987's comes with predrilled holes for the mounting kit.. Line up the mounting kit.. kit comes with 4 rivets, use a rivetter to install the kit.. left side - right side - this small piece needs to be installed on the middle cover using rivets provided.. the kit comes with 8 new plastic pieces , replace all 8.. the old ones will get damaged when the headrest cover gets removes... reinstall all 3 piece headrest pads/cover..same way finish side view install the wind deflector in the middle slot, sorry i havent cleaned the glass..lol that;s it, installed pics.. now better to commute with the top down:)
  2. 987/987.2 wind deflector installation pics If you guys want to install a wind deflector, here's some pics. I bought this from a P9 member for cheap.. make sure you asked if there's mounting kit included.. that would cost you an additional $50+ ... mounting kit part number for all 987 - 98756190102 still cheap compared to the retail of $450..lol tools needed - Rivetter, flathead screwdriver.. First open the top,put the seats all the way towards the front and remove all the headrest pads.. puling them out, in my case they were easy, but I saw some posts that they had a hardtime pulling it out.. 987's comes with predrilled holes for the mounting kit.. Line up the mounting kit.. kit comes with 4 rivets, use a rivetter to install the kit.. left side - right side - this small piece needs to be installed on the middle cover using rivets provided.. the kit comes with 8 new plastic pieces , replace all 8.. the old ones will get damaged when the headrest cover gets removes... reinstall all 3 piece headrest pads/cover..same way finish side view install the wind deflector in the middle slot, sorry i havent cleaned the glass..lol that;s it, installed pics.. now better to commute with the top down:) Author alex911s Category Boxster/Cayman (987-2) - Mods Submitted 03/03/2012 05:02 PM  
  3. i agree with Loren,mine's not diy worthy:) you guys can just reference the b&m docs, it's more detailed..
  4. dont the wheels cost around 10 grand? plus the conversion? not worth it
  5. maybe youre right.. this is from a previous post here Total # of 996 TT sold in U.S. by PCNA: 6,604 Coupes 2,556 cabs 2001 Coupe: 2418 2002 Coupe: 2318 2003 Coupe: 1384 2003 Cab: 482 2004 Coupe: 298 2004 Cab: 1490 2005 Coupe: 186 2005 Cab: 604 Total # of 996 GT2 sold in U.S. by PCNA: 317 2002: 198 2003: 90 2004: 24 2005: 5 Total # of 996 GT3 sold in U.S. by PCNA: 960 2004: 864 2005: 96
  6. Cayenne Turbo S no question.. only made in 2006, very limited.. and 520 HP..:D but make sure it's certified or you can extend the warranty:) the only thing I like on the new Cayenne S is the sport button and power tailgate..LOL what do I know I only had 7 of them ... hahaha
  7. I've had the B&M ssk on my boxster before and the oem ssk on my 996 carrera.. but nothing compares to the 987/997 shifter assembly.. shorter throws, easy to shift/precise such a blast to drive. Some shift knobs like this uses tork screw, like what other says make sure you watch out and dont knock your teeth off while pulling it..:icon501::evilgrin: old one.. the longest to remove..LOL old one coming off I cant tell the difference..lol 997 at the bottom new one is in part # Finish product
  8. I havent posted this here, but I got another 996TT and it's great to be back.. First wanted to thank Alex(Sharky!) for such a great deal.. I dont hesitate to point every Pcar owner to them, Alex ,James and now Dan are great people!!!thanks!! guys You've seen this car on Total 911 with 800 HP,, now it's back to stock with evomsit flash, gt2 front end, ducts and high perf clutch.. around 500+HP hard to find Biarritz White with black interior/red stitching and CF.. I'm loving it, some pics Red seatbelts for additional 5hP..LOL factory CF yummy
  9. Ok here's the update, works great on 99-01.. pics of my 01 on X74 suspension..
  10. wow .... the ride height is awesome... Can you post sound bites, i know there are people here who wants to get them:D have fun...
  11. Took the car to the Dealer and they told me that the upper strut bearing is different, i have to purchase it for $800 so I said no way,LOL so they didnt do it.. Took a '99-01 upper strut bearing for the front, connected it to the X74 bolts right in, no problem.. It's a matter of it's recommended by Porsche or not... the PSS9 coilover has one part for 99-04, should be all the same.. Mine's all assembled, i'm having Sharkwerks install it next week.
  12. Thanks to this forum...for all the DYI info.. installed the following.. :cheers:
  13. Mine will be installed on Monday.. I have an 01 c2...will give you feed back..
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