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davegemini

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  1. as i am about to purchase an extended warraty for my 00 996, and now knowing that the rms issue isn't such a big deal; before i plunk down my hard earned $$$$$, how common have engine failures been? i can live with a $600+- repair for a rms, but an $8k engine from pcna isn't exactly chump change. as usual tia dave in nj
  2. tried warranty direct for my 00 996=ng no longer availble.
  3. A friend of mine has a 996 with door pockets. Having come from an 87 carrera, i certainly miss having them. My car is a 2000; anyone have any info on where, how, or whatever about these door panels with map pockets? btw---i have the grey interior
  4. get in touch with larry reynolds; carcarespecialties.com?
  5. was thinking of the pse---- eneded up with ghl mufflers. your welcome to stop by and listen. gem1@porsche259.com
  6. I got it through my Porsche dealer when I bought the car. I don't know how to contact em directly. how about the name and number for the p-car dealer?
  7. do you have contact info for repairmaster? does anyone have contact info on repairmaster?
  8. i wouldn't call 10-20 hp just a few. does anyone have any independent dyno test to show what gains what? don't mind spending $$$$$ on go-fast stuff, as long as it works.
  9. just to be on the safe side, if you are that concerned, i'd have a compression/leakdown test done. while this may or may not be definitive as to whether there is engine damage ( bent valves ) it might just give you the peace of mind you are looking for. on the other hand..........................
  10. if you are going to do trac days only occaisionally, leave it bone stock. invest in a decent set of tires and have at it. if it is a track car you want-----then the slope gets quite slippery.
  11. go to pca.com, follow the links to your region. local chapters usually have links to the local repair shops.
  12. just got a set of pss9 coilover at a good price. on my 00 996, do i need to change the f&r sway bars? car will be used primarily for the street. thanx
  13. you might want to save the oil and get an analysis done. i beleive that someone by the name of turner on rennlist does this. i would also send/save a sample and send it off to pcna.
  14. I just got this quote from this company below Vehicle: 1999 Porsche 911 Mileage: 58,600 Plan: W4W Super Plus listed component coverage Term: 4 years from today and 60,000 additional miles on the odometer. Deductible: $100 Features: Wear and tear, towing, rental car, road- side assistance, seals & gaskets and full parts and labor replacement are included. Based on contract guidelines. Discounts: $2,700.00 Payments: $305.00 down and 12 monthly payments of $228.75 Valid until: June 11,
  15. who has the best pricing on a GHL muffler for my 00 996?
  16. so i take it that the b&m unit is superior to the porsche unit? in terms of materials and or installation? drove a short shift b&m car---great!
  17. having just heard in person the oem pse, i have all but made up my mind to get it. has anyone seen a legitimate better prince than brandywine @ $1499 as advertsed in excellence? one a scale of 1-10, 10 being the hardest, what is the installation for one of these units?
  18. just found that ghl has a money back guarantee as posted on pelican partshttp://www.pelicanparts.com/catalog/shopcart/996M/POR_996M_EXHprf_pg1.htm#item0
  19. tell you what, you seach, i'll seach, we can keep each other posted. while i am not quite ready to buy something ( i have to listen to at least the pse, fabspeed, and ghl if i can find one ) i'll keep the list informed. :lightbulb: :lightbulb: :lightbulb:
  20. would like to know where/how much you paid for it----if that isn't too tacky asking publicly.
  21. anything to do with cleaning, polishing, or detailing of these cars, the one person/website you need to talk to is larry reynolds of car care specialties. do a google search and ccs will come up.
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