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  1. Just replaced the original Porsche muffler/silencer boxes with Dansk OE-style stainless, on my low mileage 2003 C2 Targa. The originals had split and rusted seams, and everything else under there, bracket long bolts, studs, clamps etc was rusted as well. Par for the course it seems. But with wheels and bumper off you can see just how exposed to road spray and grit are the mufflers and their mounting hardware. But why did Porsche not continue the rear wheel arch liner down further in front of the mufflers to protect them better? It stops about 12" above the bottom of the wheel arch on both
  2. I have been considering converting the halogen headlights on my 2003 Targa by installing a Morimoto Bi-Xenon HID projector. The facelift 996 models (post 2002) with halogen headlights, are fitted with a projector dip beam, mounted above a conventional reflector for main beam. Part number is 996.631.066.50. They are quite different to earlier 996 headlights. On first inspection the conversion appears a straightforward project - as the existing dip beam projector is bolted to a carrier fame inside the headlight, and is the same shape and just slightly larger than a Morimoto Mini 6.0 H1 HID pro
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