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About 229golfer

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  • From
    Montreal
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2006 Carrera 4S, Cabriolet
    2006 Lexus GS430
    2011 Ford Explorer
  • Former cars
    1967 Austin Healey
    1978 MGB
    1988 BMW 635CSI
  1. Thanks for the input. I will probably just hang tight for now as I just installed new carrera 2 classic mags and four new Michelin pilot sport cup n2 tires. I will be storing the car in a few weeks and decide what to do next year. thanks again for the note..
  2. Philipj are you sure that your friend installed the kn intake on a c4s 3.8liter? On the web, I read they don't make any for 3.8L porsche engines
  3. Well, I think that as long as I check my pressure every week, spending this money for tpms sensors is a major cash grab and I am happy I don't have it anymore. Thanks for your feedback and input everyone.
  4. It is done. Dealer deactivate the tpms, I am happy, I checked my pressure weekly anyway.no need to spend $800.
  5. Interesting. I am picking my ar tomorrow and will get back to everyone about the deler and disabling the tpms. It remains to be seen, stand by.
  6. My tpms sensors are done. I am going to ask the dealer to disable the tpms function on my 2006 C4S. Is there any reason I should not ask them to do it? The cost in Canada is a little over $200 per unit tax included at the dealer. Any feedback would be appreciated.
  7. Hi Guys. I am new at this. Did anyone get any pictures, I have a 2006 c4s launch car, want to do all preventative maintenance. Please post pics if you have them.
  8. Yes.. They have Porsche part number embossed on the inside of the wheel as well as the triangle with a P inside of it . It also has lettering that i googled showing the patent by Porsche for the alloy construction of the wheel am thinking that they are original since Porsche makes parts everywhere nowadays and maybe the embossed wheel size on the valve stem is a thing of the past. These are 2010 wheels....any thoughts? If someone has newer wheels, can you please check the valve stem area to see if there is a number on them?
  9. Hi guys, I am a new memebr and have owned my Porsche Carrera C4S Cab launch car since April of this year. I would like some input please... I did not particularly like my lobster fork wheels so I found a set of 19" Porsche Classic II wheels locally. I was told by the individual that the wheels came of a 2010 C4S and are OEM original. I bought them yesterday but after careful inspection while cleaning them this afternoon, I noticed that there is a "Made in Italy' stamp embossed inside the wheel. I got concerned so I went on line and read that OEM wheels also always have the off set size
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