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  1. My rear speakers are broke. So are my dash speakers. In fact so are my door speakers. I think this is the way they all came from the factory, so bad they you can't tell if they are blown or just junk. I did buy my Porsche used in a private sale, so it is possible that they have been overused, but I doubt it. Before summer, I am going to have the door speakers replaced. Of course, I didnt buy a Porsche for its stereo!
  2. So I tried NASA's technique for fixing curb rash on my poor mangled wheel. I used every product he recommended. The technique for filling and priming works like a charm. Unfortunately, the Wurth paint doesn't match very well at all. I thought it didnt look very good in the pics he took, but I was hoping it was just bad lighting. Oh well, it was worth a shot. I must say though, the edge of the rim is like new in its form and texture thanks to NASA's technique. Anyhow, I'm only out about $40 for the supplies. So what to try next? Wheel Wizard This guy is in Atlanta and is recomm
  3. I had those on my Corvette, liked em just fine. They were quiet and handled pretty decent. The real bonus was the tread pattern looked kick arse! Got any pics?
  4. Thanks for all the responses ya'll. There are a few here I have not even heard of. I will check them out. Anyone else want to ring in? Looks like I opened up a can of worms with this one. :D Still looking for anyone else who might have used Klasse who also may Zaino.
  5. Klasse Homepage Its been a while since I have actually used polish. Anyone have any input? I am especially interested if any of ya'll have any input on Klasse polish? If I don't get any decent feedback on this, I am just going to have to go with Zaino, which I have heard many great things about. However, it seems like Klasse is really easy to apply... even with my orbital. Of course, theres no hurry deciding since the weather here is CRAP! Wet in GA, Patrick
  6. I also would recommend trying the "Langka" if you opt for the touchup route. I have used it before, and it works great for smoothing out blobs. :cheers:
  7. Thanks for the quick response, guys. I ended up having to work all night, just got home at 7:30am. Couldn't get it off my mind... car-perfection-lust and all. Need to go to bed. Anyhow, that fix by NASA looks interesting. The only reason I am considering this at all is the fear that I may do this again. I am sure I will be more careful in the future, but its my daily driver, so who knows. It is my right rear wheel, 2000 model 18" turbo-look wheel. I forget the width, but I am guessing you know. I'd appreciate info on pricing and p/n. Also, does Porsche take the core in trade?
  8. One of my beautiful 18" turbo-look wheels just got thrashed by a curb tonight. Please, don't ask how. I am so dang upset I could kill a kitten. Heres the way I see my options: 1) Live with the fouled up wheel. (is this really an option?) 2) Buy a new wheel from Porsche. (like $500, right?) 3) Buy a "remanufactured" wheel from one of these internet dealers I am seeing. 4) Get the wheel repaired. (however, im not sure this can actually be done) Please folks, I am desperate for your input. The wheels are my favorite part of the car, I'm really bummed. Thanks, Patric
  9. This is so funny. I am new to my P-car, but from the very beginning I had a sneaking suspicion that the OBC option was preinstalled and able to be turned on and off. That this is true is rather annoying to me, but alas... I didnt buy this car to stare at my average gas milage. However... If I can get it turned on, that would be neat. :) Don't you have to have an extra control arm sticking out of your steering column, though? I guess I am going to try to find a tech in ATL who is feeling generous. Has anyone heard of a private porsche owner who has his/her own computer to se t
  10. The TSB did the trick, which I am very jazzed about. Very quiet now, esp compared to my last vehicle which was a late model Corvette. What a rattletrap!
  11. Yea, that could be a problem. I'll check the manual and make that right. Thanks for the heads up, SF. Patrick
  12. I would be happy to donate. This seems like a great group that is forming up, and I am glad to be a part of it from the near beginning. I have a couple questions about the forum in general, I'll move that stuff to another thread/forum.
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