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    996 C4 2000
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  1. thanks for the feedback I think I should test some car that has gone thru that mod and see if I really want it or if it really worth the cost best mmb :)
  2. Hi I have a 996 2000 C4 with 100K km(60K miles) which I bought couple of mounths back. The service offered to go thru a chip tunning which they say it will increase the HP by 30 and will not need too much of parts replacement. I had a major service which they changed the all lower control arms and forwards , which I am not sure if it was neccessary (the car feels more stable now or maybe I just feel like that after all I paid). So I am again not sure about what the service offered , does that tuning really works ? or will it create other problems ? All the best
  3. There's a company (companies?) out there providing a kit for the conversion, which uses some stock 997 parts such as the headlamps, signal lamps, etc. The bumper skin and fenders must be "hybrid" to meet the 996's trunkline and door cut, which are different than the 997. Those parts are definitely not going to be Porsche stock. I did a quick search on the Googles and found www.prestigebodykits.com, looks like what you'd need. thanks for the feedback but as I understand it will not worth the cost ,time and effort you put in and what you get back
  4. 2000 996 has the silver and black emblem on the 3 spoke steering wheel and also one of the ignition keys is with the silver emblem.This was for Millenium year (but not the millenium edition, which came with other differences)
  5. Hi Is ıt possible to get a facelift for 2000 C4 into 997 look with original Porsche parts >Best
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