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    2002 986 S
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    Nothin but Porsche
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  1. I just purchased an EVOMS CAI unit used. Got it installed. But I have a Tip and now I'm left with this open breather hose flappin in the wind. EVO instructions mention the breather hose, but don't tell u what to do w/ it after the airbox is removed. Can I just cap it?? Would Kragen have some type of cap that would work? Thanks, A
  2. Some A-hole rear-ended me last week. To me it looked like minor cosmetic, but the body shop came back w/ $8k of repairs. I remember reading a post about submitting a claim to insurance for the diminished value of a P-car after an accident. I can't find that post, but it mentioned a website or company that even provides devalued estimates to submit (I think). Does anyone know what I am talking about, or have I been sniffing 91 octane too much? Thanks, Medtech
  3. DIY FRONT BRAKE JOB Total elapsed time including jacking, wheel removal and the job itself was 90 minutes I ordered the rotors from Sunset and the ceramic pads from Pap-parts. Due to manufacturing differences we have seen, you must determine the size of the rotors on your vehicle prior to ordering. The easiest way to figure out your brake size (other than actually measuring the diameter of your rotors) is to look at the caliper. It should have "17ZR" or "18ZR" cast into the body. 17ZR=330mm (black caliper), 18ZR=350mm (red caliper). You can probably see this with the wheel mount
  4. Cayenne Front Pads and Rotors DIY DIY FRONT BRAKE JOB Total elapsed time including jacking, wheel removal and the job itself was 90 minutes I ordered the rotors from Sunset and the ceramic pads from Pap-parts. Due to manufacturing differences we have seen, you must determine the size of the rotors on your vehicle prior to ordering. The easiest way to figure out your brake size (other than actually measuring the diameter of your rotors) is to look at the caliper. It should have "17ZR" or "18ZR" cast into the body. 17ZR=330mm (black caliper), 18ZR=350mm (red calip
  5. Abraxas, I would like you to have performance & save money. Since you already have an exhaust that flows well and sounds good you don't need to do anything else there. As far as the intake, I would highly suggest the BMC F1 free flow filter for $110. It seems too simple but it works great. You will get much better sound and better throttle response (especially on a tiptronic). I think it has just as much if not more surface area than the EVOMS CAI (I haven't measured them). If you take out your stock airbox and look at it up close you will see that it is very well designed and has all
  6. Ok, found the Hawk dustless at Pap-parts.com Do you know what size/type the bolt is that holds the rotor on? Is it a Torx?
  7. Mudman, Do you have a good supplier for the rotors and pads? A
  8. I put Darin's Stage II (MKI) on my 3.6 a few weeks ago and it sounds great! no excessive vibration and not too loud. I think this should be STOCK on all P-cars! :)
  9. They are supposed to come with gaskets?? :o That's another thing those a-holes left out! Who packs their boxes, Chimps?
  10. Jim, You can definitely do it! Check out this link! http://www.avic411.com/forum/viewtopic.php...hlight=mivey911 The problem with any aftermarket stereo is the stupid fiberoptic Bose amp. To my knowledge there is no way to go from RCA to fiberoptic. This means you have to replace the Bose amp and then of course you may run into issues with the crappy Bose speakers. Good news is, once you rip all that junk out you never have to worry about it again! B) Aaron
  11. Definitely recommended!! I plan to do it myself very soon.
  12. Hey Miks, Do you have any sound bites of this set-up? I'd love to hear it! Medtech :D
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