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Old 01-23-2009, 10:56 AM
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Fellow 993tt owners. I am trying to understand the option codes sticker in the service book of my 993tt. I have been looking at Porsche Option Decoder web page. Some of the codes are not translated there I believe.

I bought my 993tt from 1997 2 years ago second hand. Artic silver/classic grey. It is a standard 408 hp engine with 63k miles. One of the previous owner probably installed an front oil cooler afterwards. It has carbon fiber interior, 92 litres tank, hardback sport seats, no sunroof and a mobile phone installation.

I don┤t know which original stereo that was provided. Today an Alpine is installed. I believe it has had an Cd changer in the past. Under the passenger seat there is an Nokia amplifier. I was provided with an old Porsche Blaupunk stereo but I am not sure its ever been installed in the car. The car was delivered late november 1996 to its first owner in Germany.

Please fill in the gap:

993 770

MB 460-61U G6451-20

L92 Paint Code for Artic Silver
TF

C00 Eurospec emissions
XMC
XMD
X47 Carbon fibre hand brake
X54 Oval Stainless Steel Exhaust pipe
X56 Carbon package instrumencluster
X57 Carbon package Dorrpanel inserts
X58 Carbon fibre gear lever
X70 Door Entrance panels (threshold) in stainless steel porsche insignia (in my case it says "Turbo")
X71 Aluminiumpainted Instrument Dials with brushed chrome inner rings
X78
139 Seat heating, left side
340 Seat heating, right side
373 Sport seats, left electrically adjustable
373 Sport seats, right electrically adjustable
445 Silver wheel trim with multi-coloured escutcheon (what is that?)
454 Automatic speed control
567 Windshield tinted upper darker coloured.
602 Araised stop lamp

09981
09991 Manufacture from exclusive program
023 (written by hand, countrycode?)

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Old 01-23-2009, 02:35 PM
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A "Porsche" Becker CR 210 is the correct Radio for the Car.I prefer the "Porsche" Becker CDR 220 instead.Easy plug and play swap,assuming they didn't cut the wires for the Alpine.
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I don┤t know if they cut the wires. It would not suprise me if they did. I think I might try and find a Porsche "Becker" stereo for the car even if I won┤t install it right away. The differance between the CR-21 and CDR 220 is that the first is a cassettedeck and the second one cd player. Since I no longer have the Cd-changer it could be a good solution.

The US use a different radio frequency than Europe. Is that correct?
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