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About HamsMKIV

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  • Birthday 09/01/1975

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    Austin, TX
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2001 996tt Slate Grey Met/Boxster Red
    2006 Pure Red Cayenne Titanium Edition
  1. Hey there, this is Chris from 6OS. I just sent you a follow-up message but I figured I would post here as well. Check your message over there as I left you my email address as well. Kind regards, Chris.
  2. Do you still have all the OEM strut hardware? If so, you could do the Euro springs paired with a set of the Bilstein Sport struts. That would make for a fantastic ride and lowered look; albeit not as low as a set of the normal H&R springs. Are you familiar with the Euro springs? - If not you could always pair the H&R sport springs with the Bilstein Sport shocks. - Pretty nice street setup honestly. Chris.
  3. Help! Just re-installed my OEM CD220 Model: BE 4462 Serial Number: Y5046347 Thank you so much, Chris
  4. Curious, what did you search for on Ebay to find the replacement LED panel? I'm not having much luck. Thanks, Chris
  5. Interesting question. I bet the caliper might bolt onto the hub, but who knows about the rotor
  6. I just lost the exact same part yesterday... When I got home from work, I just happen to notice mine was missing. I REALLY hope that we can purchase just that piece. I would really be upset if Porsche makes me purchase the entire sill just to have the cover! - Chris
  7. You mean the Cayenne engines blow up as well? A 2008? What the heck is up with Porsche? :o Isn't your car still under warranty? This car is a salvage pool car with no warranty. You bought a Salvage title Cayenne? Wow... ok.
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