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About richardcarrera911

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  • Interests
    Autocross

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  • From
    Hudson Florida
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    Porsche 996 Turbo 650BHP
    Porsche Cayenne S
  • Future cars
    GT3
  1. Put a 997 short shifter in my 996 Turbo easy job, makes gear shift great less throw. Cost around $400 takes about hour to do if you can throw a wrench.....
  2. Replaced 996 coilpacks for 997 coilpacks and plugs, also had a leak on small hoses to diverter valves replaced valves with new billet DV and put clamps on all small hoses as they tend to pop off and changed out intercooler hoses to silicone, will some times go into limp mode with prior issues and boost leaks.
  3. I am running Yokohama Neova fronts 235/35 R19 87W and rear 305/30 R19 102W these tires grip like glue best tires I have run, great for Track and Autocross and every day reasonable price for set, would not go back to Hankooks V12 or Continental both a little squirley..... These sizes will not tear up your differential running 650bhp at wheels........
  4. Coolant pipes run under car from front to rear, aluminum tube to rubber sometimes leak at connections mid way, I also had to replace all 3 radiators in mine which had a mild leak, and replaced all the lines under the car which are hidden under the underside protectors my car is a 2003. Worth checking whole system you have to remove front bumper to get to radiators, Pelican Auto Parts has replacements at reasonable prices and also lines. Also check transmission mounts for cracking rubber and engine mounts whilst car is up on ramps. FYI
  5. 10mm Hubcentric spacers from H & R you may need to have longer bolts you can go to website or call them, do not get anything BUT hubcentric
  6. Would love a set sign me up, been looking for a while not yet available anywhere will get a set soon as they are.
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