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About jwolf

  • Birthday 10/12/1955

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    Vincennes, IN
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2005 987 Boxster
    2000 Dodge Viper

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  1. Porsche 987 Sport Chronongraph replacement Author jwolf Category Boxster/Cayman (987-1) - Accessories Submitted 02/11/2013 05:47 AM
  2. I scrubbed mine well and treated it with 303 fabric top kit, it did not do anything to the marks, but it does repel water now.
  3. I removed mine and painted the semi-gloss black nd put them back in. I like it I thought the original argent gave the car the MR2 look. Since it won't let me post pictures here is a link: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10200149191948308&set=a.10200149186188164.185305.1106298277&type=3&theater
  4. Here is a comparison between the $8 Mann and the $31 Porsche in my opinion the Mann is better made and more filter area. It would let me post picture but here are the links to the pictures: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10200322615003776&set=a.10200322614083753.188152.1106298277&type=3&theater http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10200322615123779&set=a.10200322614083753.188152.1106298277&type=3&theater
  5. I have an 05 with the chrono package, I have not done any real testing with it but when you push the sport button there is a big difference in the way the car drives, Mine is a base (non-S) with the 5 speed manual. On my dash mounted stop watch the small hands fell off of it so it is worthless for over a minute. When sport is pushed the PSM comes in much latter, it even lets you drift it a little before coming on. The Throttle response it totally different.
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