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    TSD Rally, watching F1, LeMans + ALMS races

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  • From
    atlanta, ga
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2006 Cayman S
  • Former cars
    1988 BMW M3 (e30)

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  1. the question to consider is - have you ever taken old film off of a car. the film on my previous cayman s started to look bad, gray spots and lines. it is a major league PITA to remove. i found it best to start by heating it with a hair dryer, then peel one of the corner of the hood loose, then wrap it around a 3/4" wood dowel ... pull evenly and wrap it around the dowel and keep pulling. that way its a lot easier on your hands and tends to keep it from breaking / tearing into smaller pieces. didn't spend the money to put it on my 997 when i bought it.
  2. many thanks kbrandsma ... this looks extremely helpful. i will tear into the trunk and find the routes you have described. cheers scott
  3. white987s ... sounds very reasonable ... especially if there is a way thru the firewall between the inside of the fender and the glovebox. anybody know this route?
  4. Guys, i am new to the 997 community as i just purchased a 2011 911s. previously had a 987c1, i do a lot of TSD road rally and i need to run a sensor wire from either front wheel well into the car to provide an input signal for a rally computer. what i have read so far is that there is a grommet to the right of the battery into the car (thru the firewall). what i need to find is a way thru the bulkhead either into the trunk interior and / or directly thru the inner fender. are there any possible routes? any advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance scott
  5. i am having a similar experience ... my 2006 cayman s (6 speed), 67k miles, has a different noise when the engine is under load in 3rd gear or higher. if i slow down, and don't downshift, as i accelerate, i hear a rattle / buzz ... usually starting around 2500rpm. when i am cruising at 3000 / 3500, i don't notice the sound. i do not notice the sound at idle. i am wondering if it is a heat shield or something simple.
  6. as far as i know, it is, as the PCM 2.1 is the same throughout ... up until pcm 3.0 was rolled out (not sure when that occured in the cayenne). i bought mine from my local Porsche dealer w/o specifics to year ... only the part number. i made use of the PCA 20% off coupon at the end of last year. similar price is available everyday from Sunset Imports.
  7. I have read all of the posts regarding this subject on Renntech.org and Planet-9.com as well as other internet forums and discussions with third party manufacturers such as mObridge. I have found one post that was particularly helpful – musclehedz101 on Renntech.org – as a followup to my post titled – “xm / sirius install w/ pcm 2.1 cayenne kit vs. nav-tv sirpor2 vs. itronic” dated 7 November 2010. His post was based for a 997 (2007 C4S) with a cd changer installed. I decided to go with the Porsche Cayenne unit rather than one of the 3rd party vendors. Yes the Porsche Sirius tuner is still
  8. How To Install Satellite Radio to a 987 Cayman S For Native PCM Integr I have read all of the posts regarding this subject on Renntech.org and Planet-9.com as well as other internet forums and discussions with third party manufacturers such as mObridge. I have found one post that was particularly helpful – musclehedz101 on Renntech.org – as a followup to my post titled – “xm / sirius install w/ pcm 2.1 cayenne kit vs. nav-tv sirpor2 vs. itronic” dated 7 November 2010. His post was based for a 997 (2007 C4S) with a cd changer installed. I decided to go with the Porsche Cayenn
  9. I have read all of the posts regarding this subject on Renntech.org and Planet-9.com as well as other internet forums and discussions with third party manufacturers such as mObridge. I have found one post that was particularly helpful – musclehedz101 on Renntech.org – as a followup to my post titled – “xm / sirius install w/ pcm 2.1 cayenne kit vs. nav-tv sirpor2 vs. itronic” dated 7 November 2010. His post was based for a 997 (2007 C4S) with a cd changer installed. I decided to go with the Porsche Cayenne unit rather than one of the 3rd party vendors. Yes the Porsche Sirius tuner is still
  10. i think there is an error in your parts list. part #955.647.117.01 comes up as "navigation antenna s". is the correct part # 955.645.280.02? can you post all the specifics of the actual part ... who made it, and their part number? can't quite read the photo. many thanks for your fantastic post! scott
  11. Loren, Could you clear the personal information of Scott to protect his identity ?

  12. actually i didn't

  13. Fred,

    paypal is fine w/ me too.

    my shipping address is

    scott perkins

    mandarin oriental hotel group

    (personal info removed)cheers,

    scott

  14. Hello Scott

    I prefer Paypal for payment. Also please provide me your full address for the shipping option available.

    Best regards

    Fred

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