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  1. Did this along time ago, the full electronics/self levelling is a simple and seperate loom that can be retrofitted. The mounts are there for the sensor, both on the shell and on the suspension arm, a single run of wiring goes to the ECU mounted under the frunk. The washers are straightforward to fit also, either wired in correctly or through a simple relay switched through the lights. Well worth doing
  2. Duffy,

    It is very good to see you back on the forum. I for one have missed your knowledgeable and wise words. I have no idea why you have been 'missing' for so long but I hope your health is ok and your return is not a one off.


    Tony (Brilliant Day)

  3. Not seen this before, off to the 'How to' with it! :-)
  4. Hi,

    Thanks for getting back to me, I'm in Edinburgh can you give me any pointers of who i can get a second opinion on my car from? 

  5. Hi Duffy

    'Newish' here.

    Noticed that you had your centre console painted in you "rusting 987" thread. I was wondering how and what with ?

    My console needs a little tidy up (metropol blue) and the silver finish might 'lift' the interior.

    Getting up to speed with the 987 coming from a E85 Z4 and going through a tidying process.



  6. Going to London for the American Footbal and food and drink! Huzzah!

    1. edc


      Enjoy - if you are making a long weekend of it and are around the City on Monday will buy you a lunch time beer.

    2. topradio


      Enjoy the 'big smoke'

    3. Duffy3074


      in the Arc Sapphire at the game, it's full of bloody yanks! That shouldn't be that surprising I suppose!

      Back on the choo choo at 11 tomorrow unfortunately EDC or that'd have been great!

  7. No they aren't. You just need a small hooked tool and give them a pull to the centre and they slide off as easily.
  8. Well documented, thanks for that
  9. As long as it's not going to cost your insurance company then you should be fine. If you'd been at fault then it might have been a different scenario.
  10. http://www.BoXa.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=58079&hl=+wheel%20+nuts&page=2 A guide and discussion for different paints Thanks to all who contributed
  11. A straight lift from guru Berty987, however it works perfectly. http://www.planet-9.com/reviews/electronics/p376-replacing-porsche-key-head-997-2f987-key-head-replacment.html I used one of these http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/191048797242?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 It looks and works as a genuine one for a fraction of the price. Thank you Berty!
  12. Yeah more info needed. Can you start a separate thread in the technical section with more info and we'll chip in there
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