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  1. Thanks Tony, have looked into it a bit more, I've learned quite a bit which was not clear from the info I had. I've managed to remove the panel and complete the cable run, I just need to wire into the fusebox. I will post some pics when I have a minute to help anyone else. Best Regards Martin
  2. Thanks Loren I was beginning to suspect that , seems theres not a spare bolt set. thanks for the advice All the Best Martin
  3. Hi I removed my exhaust tips to install a Sharweks bypasss pipe, the bolts were seized tight and when I refitted them , one of them Sheared off, I need a replacement bolt and the 2 rounded clamping nuts. Please can anyone identify a part number(s), the PET just shows the whole exhaust tip and not the bolts separately. It's a standard dual tip exhaust tip i.e one pipe in to 2 pipes out on each side and fixed with a single clamping ring ( Torx bolt I think 12 or 13mm head and rounded nuts that sit in to the clamp to tighten. Cheers Martin
  4. Hi All , can anyone help with how to remove the inside rear panel to get access to the bulkhead to allow running a wire through to the engine compartment for wiring the remote switch. I've read that you remove the Hex bolt on the seat belt anchor and a screw ?. Where is the screw ?, I found one above at the coat hanger. I cannot loosen the panel enough to disconnect the speaker or pull the panel loose. Please help if you know instructions of how to do this . Many Thanks Martin
  5. OK managed to get it , I just put a flat bladed screwdriver into the slot on the connector and wiggled it a bit. Maybe theres a better way or a tool for it. Thanks
  6. Hi All , can anyone please help I'm removing my rear bumper and have taken the rear lights off 997.2 , I can't seem to pull the wiring harness off , is this some kind of clip on connector, I'm worried I might break it if I don't know how to remove it correcly. Can someone let me know how to pull the LED cluster off from the harness. Maybe a dumb question but want to be sure. Many thanks Bevvy
  7. Sharkwerks bypass is fantastic , I'm completely happy with it on it's own , but I've now decided I'm going to next install the PSE as well. It is not an x pipe so it is more free flowing than that and you get apparently 10HP increase as it is uses straight through mandrels. Good luck Bevvy
  8. Really appreciate if some can show me where to find the install instructions for 997.2 PSE. I can't find them e.g. in TSB where it said they could be found in other forums. but no sign anywhere any help on instructions greatly appreciated Thanks Bevvy
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