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About sds911

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    Alta Loma, CA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2004 Porsche 911 40th Anniversary Edition
  • Future cars
    911 C4S
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    RX7 (Twin Turbo)
    1984 Toyota Supra
  1. I installed the 997 shift console and purchased it from Suncoast. I am happy with the results and the relatively easy DIY. The B&M instructions are helpful in taking apart and removing your old console. The 997 is plug and play once you get the old one out and Suncoast has them on sale so the price is comparable to B&M without the hassle of swapping out parts on your old console and replacing with the B&M.
  2. I purchased Blizzaks LM 60 for 18 inch wheels in the same sizes. I believe TireRack is closing these out for under 700 a set. They are fine in light snow, but not very good on real ice in my experience (i.e., I had no traction on ice).
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