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About danes

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  • Birthday 07/24/1979

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  • From
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Porsche Club
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  • Present cars
    2007 Porsche GT3 RS
  • Former cars
    2008 Lexus ISF
  1. !!!? :eek: :eek: Holy sh*t, that's some serious wax!
  2. do you think its worth trying the whole air intake system by K&N? Thanks IMHO - no. It would make some difference on a turbo not much (if any) on a normally aspirated car. Lauren, Really not much of a difference on my GT3 RS, because the engine is normally aspirated. Thanks for the clarification, because I was going to buy an air intake system, but obviously not anymore after learning this. Regards, Dane
  3. racedeck, You lucky, lucky guy. Regards,
  4. danes

    Hello

    Professor, Welcome to the club. Regards, Dane
  5. aaleencar, Welcome to the club. Porsche driving lessons, is that something your dealer offers? Regards, Dane
  6. Hi everyone, Have any of you upgraded the OEM audio system to something with some more bass? Where have you positioned the sub-woofer without taking up all the space in the back? Thank you, Dane
  7. Hey Guys, From Toronto Canada Just took delivery of a 2007 Porsche GT3 RS!! Bought it with 20,000 kilometers. Major options were the PCCB brakes. I think I'm gonna opt for upgrading the stereo to play MP3s or MP3 plugin, an exaust and the mesh grill to keep the leaves out of the radiator grill area. I originally wanted a Porsche Turbo, but I think the GT3 RS is a better look, and would be a more fulfilling driving experience. I think the GT3 get's more respect, but I'd love to know what you guys think. I want to start getting involved with the track so I can take advantage of the car. Do I need to join a car club to do this? I'm gonna update my VIN with the GT3 Registery web site. I'm so happy, it's such an accomplishment for me! That's right, I drive a Porsche. a GT3 RS!! :jump:
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