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Old 07-06-2018, 02:08 PM
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Lucerne, as part of European delivery, Spring 2016
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Originally Posted by TsaiCo View Post
and you finish everything in one day?

how many miles on yoru P-car?
Oh, no way to finish it all in one day. The original oil/air filter job would have been a couple of hours but there were unexpected repairs to be done, parts to be ordered, DIY's to be searched out and watched and schemes to be implemented. It's a 2012.5 with 42k (yeah I know the air filter change was a little tardy). Even though it "looked fine" I ended up doing the serpentine belt because of the 6yr replacement interval, not a huge deal because I had removed all the intake stuff already and the belt was right there.
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Post Home Depot run.....
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Lucerne, as part of European delivery, Spring 2016
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Old 07-06-2018, 02:38 PM
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but...officer....the ad says....it was a school bus....and does all the duties of daily driver...and then some...

nice one!!

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Old 07-06-2018, 02:41 PM
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I'm planning to buy more tools, like a quick jack year end sale or something, so, i can do some work like yours...belts and filter...definietly will keep in mind checking those too...

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Oh, no way to finish it all in one day. The original oil/air filter job would have been a couple of hours but there were unexpected repairs to be done, parts to be ordered, DIY's to be searched out and watched and schemes to be implemented. It's a 2012.5 with 42k (yeah I know the air filter change was a little tardy). Even though it "looked fine" I ended up doing the serpentine belt because of the 6yr replacement interval, not a huge deal because I had removed all the intake stuff already and the belt was right there.
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Old 07-06-2018, 02:53 PM
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Just had a wash before a romantic weekend away...


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Originally Posted by NiteJav
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Proof positive that Porsche owners have BIG wood. We are grow-ers, not show-ers.
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Bonneville Salt Flats


Emptiness.....


smoking


Wide open....


160mph ...try to take a pic with my phone
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Freshly washed!

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A buddy of mine in his new to him 997 happened to be turning onto the road I was exiting. The whole thing was captured by my SA who unknown to me, was behind me, and was taken within an hour of me taking delivery of my GTS.

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Freshly washed!

Beautiful! Mine needs detailing - hopefully this next weekend. The beach called us away on Friday.
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A buddy of mine in his new to him 997 happened to be turning onto the road I was exiting. The whole thing was captured by my SA who unknown to me, was behind me, and was taken within an hour of me taking delivery of my GTS.


That's an incredible photo story. You win!

Which red is that?
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Stripped the finish off the Carrara side emblem.




Trying to fix a couple of scratches on the emblems on the engine fan cover turned into a disaster. Wound up stripping off the finish. Instead of spending about $200 for a new fan cover, I just sprayed the emblems with plasti dip. The plasti dip seems to be holding up well with all the heat in the engine bay. See no issues at all with the plasti dip melting or lifting off.
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