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  1. den ,pisteuw ,na ,douleuete kai ,simera?

  2. I also used the same technique as Orient Express since double sided tape did not hold good enough, even after the first week. Three years now and everything is still in place! It takes more time & effort but i think is the right way to do it. Nikos.
  3. Thank you, once more, Loren for your great help!!! Nikos.
  4. Could someone please check a couple of part numbers for a friends Euro 2004 996 C4S Cabrio? 1) Part number 986/996 701 105 00 Is that the correct p.n. for the Number Plate Carrier Rectangular-Euro Shape? 2) I am also looking for the p.n. for the 'Front Lock Panel Cover Trim for Porsche 996' (i.e. the black plastic cover inside the front trunk where the red safety for the hood is, and have found the following two 996.504.811.00.01C and 996.504.811.02.01C. TIA, Nikos.
  5. One more question of the same idea Is the following part number for the sport-thicker steering wheel or just the leather 3-spoke steering wheel? 996 347 804 54 A28 TIA, Nikos.
  6. Well, i paid €700 for my 40.000km about 6 months ago but that did not include any alignment on the car. What they did was to change oil & air filters (engine and passenger), oil, spark plugs and do all the necessary checks on the car. Nikos.
  7. Unfortunately i do not think there are much you can do... I think the only solution is changing the parts and hope they are not very expensive. The soft material is quite sensitive and needs a lot of attention. Nikos.
  8. The front boot on the C4 is much smaller (especially in depth) , the spare tyre is not inflated and is located at the bottom of the boot. You can find many pictures of the front boot of both the C2 & C4 so that you can understand what i am saying. Nikos.
  9. Thanks for all your trouble and the information. B) I already have the maps but will contact the guys you mention an see what they tell me. Nikos.
  10. I would also be very interested in any help, if that is not a problem... :) TIA! Nikos.
  11. Hi Loren, i did read both TSB's (for both Aerokit Cup and Aerokit II kits) but i did not find that part number, and i noticed as you mention that it is not complete. The epoxy ant the other parts needed, do i get them from the Porsche Dealer? Can i also use two-sided tape as used for the aerokit II or not? I am thinking whether to buy these or get the aerokit II side skirts which might be easier to fit to my car. Regards, Nikos.
  12. Could someone please inform me what this part number corresponds to? It is supposed to be a Mk1 Aerokit Side skirts. Is that correct? I have found a used set of the side skirts and want to find out if that is the correct one. Anyone knows if i can get the hardware needed to fit these from Porsche or somewhere else, if they are not included? Regards, Nikos.
  13. Loren i was told the the part number that you gave me (000.044.500.35) is the X74 kit and not the ROW M030. I should have suspected that since you mention Lowering kit 30mm. Do you have the part number for the ROW M030? TIA, Nikos.
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