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    Athens, Greece
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  • Present cars
    996 Carrera 3.6 Tiptronic
  • Future cars
    991 Carrera S
  • Former cars
    VW Beetle,VW Scirocco GTX,VW Golf Mk4 GTi,BMW E36 M3 Evo SMG, BMW E34 520i, BMW E32 735i,BMW E38 750iL,BMW E46 M3 SMGII

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  1. Speedart has one steering wheel with paddles for the 996 , in leather looks very impressive. Total cost inc postage is 2800euros.....
  2. I wonder if its possible to retrofit in my 2004 996 C2 Tiptronic F1/ like SMGII paddles behind the steering wheel, i wonder if thee can be retrofitted withiut having to replace the steering wheel? Anyone knows about such a retrofit if possible and where it can be found ? I would imagine from a technical perspective two paddles connected to the tiptronic switches shouldnt be very complicated
  3. Hello all from troubled and -sunny no more- Athens, Greece . while i am trying to figure out how to make a donation to this forum i joined earlier today , i thought to drop a line and introduce myself. First things first, my ride is a 2003 Porsche 996 Carrera 2 Tiptronic in Basalt Black Metallic with Nephrite Green leather interior ( i must be one of the few people who love this color ...LOL) has only 52000Km and its weekend driving basically. My C2 has various options and these include Porsche Sports exhaust with deactivation switch and Porsche Sports Suspension - not the best of ideas for the Greek awful roads but its only the MO30 RoW. Has the usual toys, heated , sunroof, phone , PCMII, rain , dimming etc etc . No BOSE though .... I have installed the 911 Anniversary plague - bottom central console which i think is a great aesthetic add on for the 996, found in suncoast autoparts after lots of time of research .... . i have also found an original 996 fire ext holder in red and i think thats pretty rare ( ?) and with the fire exhaust looks pretty good me reckons .... I dont know if that counts but i also ride another Porsche , a Porsche Bike S in Carrara white .... Prior to Porsche , was in the UK for nearly two decades and there i had BMWs , E36, E46 M3s both SMGs and a couple of 7ers inc a 750iL and a 5er . Like beamers BUT love Porsche . I am really pleased with the 996 , have had it for over 4 years now , never has any problems or whatsover and its always great fun for me to drive. Not long ago I had a really good deal for a 997 Carrera S ,manual heavily loaded with all the goodies inc Sports Chrono but decided not to swap my 996 yet ... I will post some pics when i find the right section to do so as i am new here and have posted btw a question on retrofitting the footwell lights and switch in my car which for some stupid reason i really want to have , any info / feedback/ links will be appreciated Anyways , i have been studying a lot on the 911, have driven various in Greece inc a couple of GT's and hope to be able to make some contribution to this forum also all the best G
  4. I bought the original 996 fire extinguisher brakcet and then bought the Gloria 1Kg F1 fire extinguisher which can be foudn and was the standard item for Porsche , looks good , the original fire extinguisher bracket for the 996 is all red and goes in teh drivers seat, a bit in the way but not a big deal. The Gloria F1 fire extinguisher comes with its own simple bracket also
  5. Hello all I just joined this forum something i should have done ages ago. I drive a 2003 996 Carrera 2 Tiptronic with a lot of extras incl the Porsche Sports exhaust and suspension. I want to retrofit the footwell lights in my car, does anyone know what is needed , any related posts and any info on retrofitting these either DIY or at a dealer . I think they come as standard on the turbo 996 and i guess it cant be such a big job to do ... My car already has the dimming mirror , rain sensor i think i read somewhere this footwell wiring links to the relay for these or something any help will be greatly appreciated . I am a big Porshce enthusiast , also ride a Porsche bike and will be posting some pics of my ride etc once i get round this forum and thanks in advance for any advice/tips /links etc etc
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