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  • From
    Vernon BC Canada
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    996 Turbo S cab
  • Future cars
    dont know, may be an other turbo S
  • Former cars
    963, 993
  1. I was totally against buying a 911 cab (sold my 993 c4 hardtop) found a 996 Turbo S cab and loving every minute of it, no regret what so ever moving from hardtop to cab, matter of fact if I was going to buy an other car I would by cab. It is all up to you and how do you want to drive it (tracking etc...) it is my daily drive summer car and I would not have it any other way after driving it for few months now.
  2. I know this is old post but I have a question, I just bought 2005 TurboS which came with PCM 2 software version 3 and cd maps were 08-2004 map 1A, I bought a new cd from ebay for my zone (zone 1) with 05-2013 maps, it is all installed but maps still seem old, not showing the area road which were built in 2000, is there any way to check map dates in the unit?
  3. You are absolutely right, it is a u clamp part # 99950760009
  4. I bought the car last week, this is what the previous owner wrote me about the part and he sent me the above diagram. "I just remembered one small issue to keep an eye on. On the bottom of the convertible clamshell there is a rubber seal that extends all the way from one side to the other. It is held in place by several metal spring clips but I think 1 or 2 might be missing and the rubber came off on me before. You should probably order a couple more of these clips. What can happen if it comes off partially, it can jam between the clamshell and the body and will prevent it from coming down
  5. I wonder if some one can give me info on this please, it is number 16 in this picture, it goes on rubber seal under the clam shell http://www.autoatlanta.com/porsche-parts/hardparts.php?dir=996-99-05&section=811-13
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