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  • Birthday 12/03/1977

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    Oporto - Portugal - Europe
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2001 Porsche 996 Turbo
  • Former cars
    1996 BMW Z3 1.9 Supercharged
    1998 BMW M roadster
  1. Thank you, sir!!! P.S. What about a worshop manual, am I asking too much?
  2. Now the Million Dollar question... Where can I get a PET? Cheers Francisco
  3. Thank you! You're always there when needed.
  4. Sorry Loren, Its a 2001 Turbo with steel rotors... Thanks in advance
  5. Would anyone please provide OEM brake pads part number? Thanks in advance
  6. Yes. At the track, I install Pagid yellows without the anti-rattle plates (ARPs). Afterward, I reinstall the stock pads and re-glue (with high-temp RTV) the ARPs. Thanks! Whats an High temperature RTV ?
  7. Loren, Thanks, I got it from Imagineauto website. I needed it for the gentleman who bought my old GHL motorsport.
  8. Does anyone has fitting instructions for the exhaust?
  9. hi: I meant the anti-rattle back plate (which sometimes gets stuck on the caliper pistons..)
  10. Quick question... I want to change the OEM pads for Pagid Yellows just for the track day and then back to OEM, can I use the Pagids without backing plate?
  11. I have PS2's on my TT (N-rated on the rear and Xload on the front) and I've complained about the softwalls albeit great adhesion but apparently thats how they are... the best advise I can give you is buy the new Yoko Advan Neova AD07 instead which were designed with Porsche and Lotus in mind (they're actually OE fitment for Lotus). They in between a street tire and a DOT race tire. Stiff sidewall, ultimate grip and are labeled as Extreme performance tyre instead of the usual Max performance tire by Tire Rack.
  12. Whats the mileage on that clutch? As the clutch dics gets worn the pedal comes up. Maybe you need to change the clutch. A hydraulic clutch system without an adjustable piston either at the slave or the pedal will always engage at the top of the pedal if the system is free of air. No matter how high or low you adjust the pedal, the engagement will still be at the top of the pedal release. Only by somehow establishing play in the hydraulic system can you reduce the level at which the clutch will engage. On a cable controlled clutch, this was accomplished by indroducing slack into the
  13. Just fitted 235/40 in the front but it messes with ABS/PSM to the point of kicking in mid turn just by touching the brake pedal due to the increased turning radius. I already ordered a set of 225's...
  14. Theres a solenoide valve on the filling neck to prevent fuel vapours to be relase into the atmosphere. Te valve is stuck close only a trip to a workshop will sort the problem althought sometimes its only a matter of positioning of the hose but for your description its the valve...
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