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  1. 996 107 22552 (DR 1125) I bought these from Autohaus Arizona so I'm not sure if this is their P/N or if it's the OEM P/N. It's a Mahle 0X128/1D After looking online - Pelican Parts says it's th same P/N https://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/shopca..._ENGoil_pg1.htm
  2. I came from a 1999 996 and have 2 NIB oil filters and I am curious if they will work on my 2006 CS? Shot in the dark but seeing as both were 3.4L i thought I would ask.
  3. Eric - I change mine every 30k miles. It's inexpensive and it's a noticeable difference in feel once it's changed.
  4. I've been using this site for years. http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
  5. you can go with 285/30-18 on a 10" wide rear wheel. I don't see the need for anything bigger with a C2.
  6. Anyone have instructions on replacing the fuel filter and where it's located? I can't find anything on Renntech DIY.
  7. '99 C2... the Renntech DIY article doesn't list what the gap is. TIA.
  8. I have the GHL's and LOVE them. Zero issues... no resonance at any RPM at any time. I would highly recommend them. :thumbup:
  9. WOW... best prices BY FAR. I saved $43 over Thepartsbin.com! :thumbup:
  10. I need all the items for a 60k service (plugs, filters, wiper blades, belt, etc..)
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