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Feroz

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About Feroz

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    Lake Balboa, California, USA
  • Porsche Club
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  • Present cars
    2000 Porsche 996 Carrera 4
  • Future cars
    Porsche 918
    Audi R8
    Ferrari 246 Dino
    1989 911 Slant nose Turbo
  • Former cars
    1961 MGA RHD
    1965 MGB BRG
    1973 Porsche 914 2.0L
    1974 911S 2.7L
    1982 Porsche 928 4.5L
    1991 Porsche 928 S4 5.0L
  1. Thanks to all that replied. much appreciated. I have spoken with my tech, and we suspect that I may have over filled my oil after a recent oil change. Does anyone else agree with this possiblity :unsure:
  2. I am running 19s for almost a year and I have the 235s in front and 285s in the rear. I tried 305s and 295s on the rear and they just didn't fit :huh: The ride is a little harsh, but it is something I have gotten used to.
  3. I also have the ceramic coating which I understand reduces the amount of heat the engine is exposed to. I've had mine for almost a year, and to me the best part of the Fister D is that as time passes the sound gets better and better :cheers:
  4. Thanks for the advice, I will take it to my tech and have them check it.
  5. I have a 2000 996 C4 that I purchased about two years ago. It has run perfectly with regular oil changes. Yesterday when I started the car in the mid afternoon, the check engine light came on. My frined used his durmetric and it shows two codes. They are po420 and po430. Dpes anyone know where I can find out what these codes are?? Assistance or advice appreciated.
  6. I am new here at RennTech. I was referred here by my friend Rolf who has a sweet '03 996 Cab. I have perused the forums and found some very interesting subjects. I am on RL and PP and enjoy gatherings with Porsche friends on the weekends and DIY days. I look forward to meeting some of you soon. I own a 2000 996 C4 that I purchased over a year ago and am totally in love with it. My 996 is Black with Savannah interior. I've installed a few mods, such as a plenum, FisterD cans, upgraded 19" wheels with Bridgestone rubber, an EVO CAI, and a Yellow DPS Coilover system. I've had a 1973 914 2.0L, a
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