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Everything posted by Perf

  1. Does the 2007 Cayman S have 4 TPMS Sensor Antenna, one for each tire? Like many other owners I have aftermarket wheels and rims in my 987 and I failed to have the TPMS sensors installed. I have considered building a small transmitter that will generate the correct frequency to the TPMS Antenna. This would turn off the annoying TPMS light on the dash. Any thoughts? Regards
  2. I recently had the same issue. When I purchased my C-2 four months ago I failed to notice the locks and spent several days going from the various parts stores searching the correct size lock key. I finally resorted going into my local Porsche dealer and to my surprise he had the key set. The service manager handed it to me and I pulled the locks out in the service lane. I gave the key tool back to the service manager, thanked him and drove the eight miles home with four lugs in each corner and then mounted my new wheels. Ask the dealer to let you use their set but take along four lug bolts
  3. My bellows is in great shape but the spoiler was peeling. I replaced it in i7 min. Great DIY and great directions. Thanx
  4. I've put 6,000 miles on my 99 C-2 with Tip. Now it has 135,000 miles and is running strong. Oil, trans fluid/filter change recently and had a busted transmission mount changed. I love this 911!
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