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A awesome edit of the Porsche 911 factory's assembly line process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IG0c7Giybng B)
So i've been ordering my filters through suncoast porsche for a long time now, but i figured i would take a chance on one of my amazon orders. Here are some comparison shots: The short of it....looks like Mahle is one of the OEM suppliers of this filter. In case anyone was looking to save a few bucks. I change mine every 5-10k so i buy several a year. for 13 bucks and change. http://www.amazon.com/MAHLE-Original-OX-128-1D/dp/B004JBQ3T8/ref=au_as_r?ie=UTF8&Make=Porsche%7C2&Model=Cayenne%7C19&Year=2004%7C2004&carId=001&n=15684181&newCar=1&s=automotive&vehicleType=automotive
All, Looking for some help here. I bought a GT3 whose original owner put aftermarket Champions on it. At some point, the Champions were replaced with GT3 design wheels. Unfortunately someone failed to notice that they are GT3 look wheels with widths/offsets for wide body cars (8J x 18 & 11J x 18). Any assistance in helping my dealer source these wheels would be great. Hoping someone replaced their stock wheels and has them sitting around Thanks!!