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Hey Guys - can anyone recommend a rack for a 911? Preferably one that can be easily removed when not carting bikes about. I know its a bit of an odd question but thought I'd throw it out there.


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I personally would go with the factory option. It will insure the best fit.

An example is:

Part: 955-044-002-66

Name 05+ 911 Bike carrier

Description Lockable carrier for standard adult bikes, up to a maximum frame tude diameter of 3 3/8 inches. Three carriers can be mounted on a single roof transport system.

List Price $142.00

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I use the Porsche RTS racks. I'm riding every weekend training for the MS 150, so I leave the front brackets on the windshield and screw in the rear brackets every Saturday morning.

I just keep the RTS assembled in the garage and carefully set it down onto the mounting brackets, then bolt it on. It takes 10 minutes or less to install and remove, and it's very secure.

I was originally using a Yakima Raptor with Yakima Universal Mighty Mounts on the RTS for my bike, but ended up switching to the actual Porsche bike carrier. It's virtually the same design, but it slides into the crossmembers of the RTS instead of bolting over them.

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