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Paul,

There is not a "kit" you will need individual part numbers for shocks, springs, and sway bars.

In all cases we will also need to know: MY, coupe or cab and 6 speed or Tip. Yes, there are that many variations.

Also, if someone already has US M030 they will not need sway bars as they are the same.

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Just an FYI... all C4S and TT come with either US or RoW Sport suspension.

MY02 C4S - 6 speed -- RoW M030 (sport suspension)

Front Springs: 996 343 533 30

Front Shocks: 996 343 043 26

Front Sway Bar: no change

Rear Springs: 996 333 531 48

Rear Shocks: 996 333 051 28

Rear Sway Bar: no change

MY03 C4S - 6 speed -- RoW M030 (sport suspension)

Front Springs: 996 343 533 30

Front Shocks: 996 343 043 26

Front Sway Bar: no change

Rear Springs: 996 333 531 48

Rear Shocks: 996 333 051 28

Rear Sway Bar: no change

MY01 TT - 6 speed -- RoW M030 (sport suspension)

Front Springs: 996 343 533 18

Front Shocks: 996 343 043 17

Front Sway Bar: no change

Rear Springs: 996 333 531 19

Rear Shocks: 996 333 051 17

Rear Sway Bar: no change

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Loren,

When you say that all 02-03 TT's and C4S's come with either US Sport or ROW Sport, can you tell us the differences between the two?

I know the US C4S is already 10mm lower than the C2, how much lower (if any) is the ROW 030 vs. the US 030? What other characteristics are different?

It also looks like the 03 C4S got a different rear shock than the 02 C4S, any idea why?

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Well, the primary difference is US/Canada cars come with US ride height while RoW cars come with the slightly lower ride height. Lower (or slightly shorter springs also means a little stiffer. Here are the specs for US and RoW C4S (with 18" wheels):

US/Canadian C4S axle height"

Front: 158 mm (+ or - 10 mm)

Rear: 163 mm (+ or - 10 mm)

RoW C4S axle height:

Front: 138 mm (+ or - 10 mm)

Rear: 153 mm (+ or - 10 mm)

So the difference is RoW is 20 mm lower in front and 10 mm lower in the rear (same as Carrera's)

It also looks like the 03 C4S got a different rear shock than the 02 C4S, any idea why?

Actually, it looks like they just changed the part number for both. 996 333 051 24 has been replaced by 996 333 051 28 for both model years. I have corrected the table above also.

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I know this post is old, but I am looking for similar information, except that I need the part numbers for a RoW M030 Carrera 2, 6 speed (1998 model) front shocks. Do you have these at hand Loren? Are the Porsche shocks completely different from the ones offered by Bilstein? Anyone have the correct Bilstein part number for what I need?

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I know this post is old, but I am looking for similar information, except that I need the part numbers for a RoW M030 Carrera 2, 6 speed (1998 model) front shocks. Do you have these at hand Loren? Are the Porsche shocks completely different from the ones offered by Bilstein? Anyone have the correct Bilstein part number for what I need?
Porsche shocks will meet Porsche specs - Bilstein shocks will either be a bit softer or firmer (in my experience).

Front shocks for a MY98 RoW C2 6 speed Coupe (M030) are:

996.343.041.16

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