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    Oklahoma City, Ok
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
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    99 996c2
  1. I haven't has any time today to do anything to the car, but I did pay attention to the volt meter in the gauge cluster and I noticed that when the engine was cold t would over around 14 volts, once the engine started to heat up it dropped and stuck around 13 volts.
  2. I have this exact problem, I was wondering if yours as well once you do get it to start it has a very inconsistant idle dropping as low as 600 RPM and jumping up to about 1200, where as it usually just sits at 800. once I set off the car will idle properly at stop signs/stop lights, but at first it has this problem. also I found that if I pump the gas a little it will start up a little easier when having this problem. It could just be mental, or it could actually be helping. would this help diagnose my problem or is this consistant for all the possible issues discussed above? Thank you,
  3. Thank you for letting me know that they have a diecent reputation, have you seen any of their systems in person? if so how is the build and material quality? I am still trying to wrap my head around the drasticly lower prices then I have seen elsewhere. Also do you have any idea how they sound? I want something with a good sound and a little louder then stock, but I dont want anything annoyingly loud.
  4. I was looking around for options for upgrading my exhaust system on my 99 c2 and everything I found was looking to be up around 5 or 6k, but then I came across design911.co.uk and they list their systems for much less, $1600 for a system with x-pipe but no headders, and $2400 for complete system headders to mufflers. has anyone heard of this site, or even used it themselves? this just seems to me like there has to be a catch or something, i was seeing 200 cell cats for around $2000 and these are entire systems with 200 cell cats for around that price.
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