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    2000 911 Carrera 4
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  1. Hi Loren Changed battery and got locked out. Radio is CDR 220 4462 Ser is X5036708 Thanks in advance. Sean
  2. If your car is designed to run on 93 max and if it isnt programmed to adjust timing to anything higher then 93 then going higher in octane will loose you hp. The higher the octane the slower it burns. This is why turbos and very high compression engines can take advantage of higher octane. You will be wasting money by adding expensive high octane fuel and you will have slightly less hp. Save your money and spend it on tires, brakes, track time and things that are fun.
  3. Haha. Yep. Got my winter tires on. Hard top installed and ready for a 30 cm (12 inch ) dump of snow today. Im thinking that might be a little much for the c4 but ill give it a try.
  4. Hi guys. Im going to get a set of winter tires. I found a complete set of tires / rims with almost new Blizzaks on them but they are 17" Porsche rims with 17" x 7.5 front and 17" x 9 rear. Front are 215/50R17 95H, Rear 255/45r17 98H. These were on a 2008 Targa 4. He said they will work on my car but I wanted to make sure. Is the hole pattern exactly the same on the 08 targa as my 2000 C4? Also is the offset the same. I just want to make sure they will work before I get them shipped. Does anybody know for sure if these will work on my car? The rims on mine are the 18" twists right now. Thanks
  5. I did this job in about 45 mins. Its a tight squeeze under there but it all went well. The one thing I can add is when putting the vents back together under the dash you should connect the elbow that goes up to the dash to the center section of the tube first. If you screw the elbow in to the dash first it makes it almost impossible to connect it to the center tube. Just attach it and then put the elbow in and screw it on. The other side is easy and just snaps in. Great DIY and saved me a lot of money having the stealer do it.
  6. Great DIY. I just ordered the part from Napa. Will take a few days to get here but it will be nice to have it work properly.
  7. I posted this on 6speed too. I am looking to purchase a 2003 Boxster S. Everything checks out good but there are 2 concerns with it. There is a sharp click with the clutch pedal every time you press it in and then let it out. You can feel it in the pedal and its fairly loud. Its seems to be coming from inside a small plastic cylinder right by the fire wall. Ive read about some similar problems but did not find a definitive answer. It clicks after pushing the clutch in about 2 inches and then again when you release it. Anybody ever have this with their car and what was the repair? Next is m
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