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About tekky

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  • Present cars
    2005 Carrera S Cab
    Turbo wheels, GT3 Front

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  1. The only squeak I have is driver door, dealer told me it is normal on convertibles - I still dont think that's a reasonable answer.
  2. That is how all GTS come - they have the wider rear like the GT3 RS and come spaced out with 305 wide rears.
  3. Excellent - this makes me happy. Do you happen to have a deck-lid assembly on the turbo? Specifically how i can detach the top winglet from the bottom main lid. Tekky
  4. Hi Guys, I'm looking for the engine-lid wiring diagrams for - 997 Turbo (2010) - 997.2 Carrera GTS (2012) From the looks of it the connectors are the same but the pin-layout may not be. Also, does anyone have the assembly layout of the turbo wing and how the top wing could be removed to be painted? thanks a bunch Tekky
  5. I have added all the aero-kit to the front, have you read my other posts and could you please answer the questions?
  6. cheers Lauren - that is great! One more request I'm hoping you could help me with... If I get a turbo decklid + wing (997) is there a difference between the cab and coup models and since my car is a wide-body it should fit without problems, am I correct to assume that? Thanks Tekky
  7. Yes those exact parts - I am ordering new ones to paint them black and would like to know how easily they could be swapped. I would probably order the cheapest parts then have my local body shop take care of the paint and would put them in after. Tekky
  8. Hi Lauren, Hope you are in good health; I need a couple of part numbers and if you have any graphics how they could be taken out and replaced: - The light switch surround which is a circular piece about 3-4mm thick that goes around the switch assembly on the right side of the steering wheel on the dash (just the outer surround) - The Shift boot surround which is usually the aluminum piece that matches the cup holder dashboard trim - the piece between the center console and the shift knob leather. thanks in advance Tekky
  9. You do not want to "skim" the rim to get rid of the scratch - send it to a professional to fix it properly and rebalance as per Lauren's post above! I have got none yet, I know it will make me :censored: when that day comes Tekky
  10. Ladies & Gentlemen, The eagle has landed. Photos to follow today! 32km on the dash - gotta work on that! :thumbup: Tekky
  11. Hi guys, A friend of mine recently acquired a set of 997 C2 (narrow body) rims in 19" x 11 rears for his 2001 996 TT. We were told 15mm spacers were needed for rear wheels to fit properly, however after installation the inside of the rear wheels hit. Does anyone know what are the exact or the range of spacers that will work for this fitment? Again 19" wheels off a 997 C2 (235 35-R19 fronts and 295-30-19 rears) Thanks in advance Tekky
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