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William Haupt

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    NY
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  • Present cars
    07 GT3, 02 M3
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    Not sure
  • Former cars
    944 T, 928S4, cyclone
  1. Hello, I have the same beast, the most important things about the trailer are the ramps, will the GT3 bottom out while loading and number 2 is the tow vehicle that is pulling it. I have a 8.5 x 22 ft Haulmark enclosed trailer and pulling it with a Suburban was a chore, not very good aerodynamics and a lot of weight, I also have not tried putting the GT3 in it yet but, suspect it will rub because it looks lower than my 356. The Trailex trailers are lighter and more aerodynamic. Bill
  2. I just picked up a stock GT3 with only 8500 miles, I noticed this droning noise only at 2800 to 3000 rpm, also sounds like a buzz and don't recall hearing it the times I drove in my friends 996 GT3. I looked in the service records I got from the prior owner and he complained to Porsche about it when the car was almost new and they told him that it was normal for this model. Can anyone else confirm or deny this? Thank you.
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