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Kimo

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    Ann Arbor, Michigan
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  • Present cars
    2006 Porsche 987
    2005 Ford 500 (Family Car)
    02' GMC Savanna (Work Van)
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    enjoy the moment.
  • Former cars
    71' Olds 442
    74' Pontiac GP
    79' Chevy Camera
    06' 2500 Dodge Ram
  1. Very nice!! I was going to get a ride in this past weekend.But bad weather set in. Now I'm sitting in 9 inches of snow. So I'll be daydreaming a few more days until the roads dry up. Again congrats. Kimo
  2. It was about a 5.5 hour drive. My wife and daughter made it a Saturday trip. A very long day. The dealer was in a northern suburb of Chicago (Motor Werks of Barrington).We went together and followed each other back home. You have a little further to go. A cheap flight would work. if you can find one.
  3. First, welcome to the site. I'm fairly new myself. Pretty exciting impending purchase. I purchased my 987 out of state; however it was through a porsche dealer. Are you planning on making the trip to finalize. If possible it may be a good idea. Your expectation may vary from someone else. For me it worked out great. The porsche far exceeded my expectation. Good luck on your purchase . keep us updated. Kimo
  4. What your describing does not seem normal. just to make a comparison. I have a 987 (2006)base w/6 speed. I experience no vibration what so ever. And the shifting is very precise and smooth. I'm sure you will receive some very helpful leads on your question. I just wanted to give you a comparison that your problem doesn't seem normal. Kimo
  5. I don't mean to be funny, but did you set the gap on the plugs. I only say this because you didn't mention it. Kimo
  6. Thanks for the idea. I will look into that bulb. Any quick leads for me on this. May want to try Hoen. I never bought any of these so I can't give you any recommendations. Some people on a couple of Mercedes forums have used them and like them, especially the Xenon-match bulbs. http://www.hoen-usa.com/cr.htm Regards, paul... I' ve got a couple of bulbs on the way. There silver but emit amber. Also I noticed that LED's are an option .Any thoughts on going LED. Kimo
  7. Thanks for the idea. I will look into that bulb. Any quick leads for me on this.
  8. Are amber bulbs required with clear side markers or can clear bulbs be used. I'm thinking the US. requires amber. Am I mistaken. Kimo :rolleyes:
  9. :rolleyes: I'm curious. there seems to be a few topics on intermittent problems. Can a durometric tool be set up trend these problems to diagnose a pattern. This tool would be a good addition to our bag of toys either way. Thanks for any imput Kimo
  10. Anybody ever get any peeling back of the edges on the clear bra. I'm getting a little of that and end up with wax build up along some edges I personally have not had any problems. It may fall back on preparation before the film was applied. As far as waxing i'm light on the application and pressure particularly at the edges. Kimo
  11. This is all I have at this time. Until I figure out this new camera. The weather was nice enough today to get her out and run. I try not to let it sit too long. Kimo
  12. B) New to forum. I been browsing for a while and have been impressed with topics and tech info. I'm just slow to take the plunge. I always do my homework first. Well some quick info. I am currently enjoying, 2006 Boxster (2.7) Arctic Silv. Met/ Gray Top and Gray Int. W/ 6sp sport pack. (No Chrono) PCM 2.1 NAV. Pref. pack, Wind Deflect, Bi-Xen Lghts, and more. And i am big fan of the 3M clear bra. (worth the $) Lastly I immensely enjoy this car. Kimo
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