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RobScott

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    986 Rallycross

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  1. Just out of interest; does the Boxster your selling have either Traction Control or PSM (Porsche Stability Management)? If it does it should have an oval shaped button to the top right of the heater controls on the center console that says either "TC Off" or "PAM Off"

    Cheers

    - Guy

  2. RobScott

    986 Actuator Knob on Instrument Cluster Broken......Help!

    Yeah I can fit them easy enough Or I can sell you a new stalky bit
  3. You can either go on the 4 jacking points. Or front chassis legs (where the occupant feet would be), and the aluminium lower braces for the subframes (extruded alloy parts)
  4. Hi Rob,

    How much for the M030's ?....

    give us a call mate?...

    07931510688

  5. RobScott

    How to weigh you car for cheap with bathroom scales

    A similar idea to one of these: http://www.advantage-motorsport.co.uk/ada-corner-weight-gauge.html?gclid=Cj0KEQjwosK4BRCYhsngx4_SybcBEiQAowaCJeWS92gj1LROtMWzwoUwcsWaAwEcpYsx2m2E8oDdtWMaAoGF8P8HAQ
  6. RobScott

    How to weigh you car for cheap with bathroom scales

    Its a pretty old trick of making up a metal or wooden lever system, you just hook it under the top rim of the wheel, push down on the lever till the wheel just lifts off the floor, and the scales are pushed down, you then multiply the result by the about of leverage you have used. Its not totally accurate as you also have the weight of the person pushing down, but you can subtract that too if you are being an*l.
  7. RobScott

    How to weigh you car for cheap with bathroom scales

    There's an even cheaper and easier way to do it with bathroom scales its all about levers
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