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  1. A rather late post to this thread, but I figured this would still be useful in the future, for anyone doing a thread search. I bought a Fabspeed aftermarket exhaust (cats, headers, mufflers, x-pipe, etc.). I have experienced persistent CEL problems with it, and Fabspeed will not stand behind their product, and refuses to honor its warranty. For a detailed discussion, please see my thread at the following link http://rennlist.com/forums/996-forum/827647-fabspeed-cuda911-s-cat-replacement-thread.html Mike
  2. Holey macaroni!!! With that "lift" system in your photo, you aren't going to be driving much of anything for long. That system is a death-wish on a stick!
  3. Are those "nameyourporsche.com" guys serious? Those prices are insane. I can see a FEW people shelling out that cash for a little vanity lettering, but enough people to base a company on????? Really??
  4. I like most of the Meguiars products. I drive my car every day. It's an '03. Most people think it is a brand new car when they see it (one thing I LOVE about Porsche... the average Joe Schmoe don't know my '03 from a '13). I have built a whole kit for cleanining, so everything is on one place. Microfiber is the way to go, for everything. Separate wipes for the wheels and body... never the twain shall meet. Glass gets its own set too. Order a couple packs of these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/161015261996?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649 Get a microfiber mitt, too. And a l
  5. 101,000 mi. But, for peace of mind, last month I had the engine and transmission taken out to do the RMS replacement and LN IMS bearing upgrade. As long as the engine was out, replaced all hoses, belts, water pump, plugs, tranny mount, air/oil separator, and all other potential wear items.
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