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Loren, I saw your post concerning the amber vs. super blue having the same boiling point. My question is, do you think it's necessary to use Super Blue or Amber for higher speed DE events, or will the factory fill do the job? I have a 2008 C2S Thanks alot.
I've read the posts on this topic and would appreciate a clarification. When the computer records type II over revs, does this simply mean that the rev limiter was activated. In other words, is a type II over rev simply hitting the rev limiter anytime at all ? Thanks
thanks loren....sorry to hear that Chuck...good luck
Cosmos, Right you are....thanks very much...pulled the box this AM and sure enough the rubber inserts were gone. I found one lodged down in the lower frame area, but one is between here and the take out restaurant I went to last night..... Any idea of a part number to replace the missing one? Thanks, Skipp
I did mine today too...cranks up much better now...when I reinstalled the air box, I noticed the air box wasn't completely tight(you can wiggle the whole box around alittle bit)...I tightened that "one bolt" that holds the air box in place as tight as it would go, but the big plastic air box can be wiggled around a bit. Is this normal? Thanks
skipp replied to Nick_USA's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Can you say, "dealer BS?"
skipp replied to a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I haven't had any experience with the row suspension, but can say the X74 is probably much stiffer. It's factory, which is what I was looking for and it performs very well in my opinion...bought from Carnewal online. Good luck
low power steering fluid?
skipp replied to a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)get an X74 suspension.....my US stock suspension floated alot above 100 mph...recently got the X74....much better...I've only been to 120mph since the install, but it was very stable.
Go with the factory aero kit II...the one designed for your car....keeps it from looking over done.
yeah...I agree about the tint...I've been looking at your tint, seveal times, and it's really not that dark.. Thanks for the input
Russ, Thanks, I found your pedals at the revozsport website..250!!!...you got a good deal. The ones I ordered are the same w/o Porsche written on them...they also have rubber grippie things in each hole. I called the tint guy today...looking for an appointment soon. Thanks for the name. Attache is a picture of my new decal....what you think? Skipp