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About JorgR

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  • Present cars
    996 C2
  • Former cars
    AUDI TT Coupé
  1. 99 C2 Cab at 98k miles - no major detectable engine or drivetrain repair to date. Just had todo the hydraulic top cylinders. Wish me luck
  2. If ever you are again in need of support around the St Pete area try the European Performance Shop down on 4th Av North, I just went there today and got Pentosin fluid for mine. They talked about rebuilding my cylinders but not a the price you mentioned above. I am not affiliated with them but they did good work for me when I had them check out a used car before I bought it. I found it helpful (before removing the fluid reservoir fill screw entirely) to tie fishing line around it and afterwards before tightening, I simply snap it off. Voila
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