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  • About HEDR
    1992 964 C2 - Caffeine & Carburetors Fan, Porsche Nut since a kid.
    Marblehead, Mass.
    Country of Residence
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    Ĺ15 991.1 Targa 4
    '92 C2 Black

    '98 Boxster Triple Black


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  • Last Activity: Today 10:28 AM
  • Join Date: 03-21-2013


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  1. Dr Mitch
    10-13-2017 09:37 PM
    Hi Darren,

    I just posted pics of the feet - the crossbars are in fair to good condition - some cracking of the plastic. The feet are overall in good condition - no locks and only two o fthe feet accept locks, the others don't.
  2. Goughary
    06-18-2014 01:36 PM
    Hey - I completely missed this message you sent - I usually am on rennlist on my iphone and this didn't show up at all...I didnt even know this type of message existed on the forum,..

    anyway - sorry it took so long - I wanted to write back and let you know I didnt blow you off...

    I'va also been under my car an aweful lot lately - trying to avoid the shop. I've done tons in the past two months - and then today......My new power bleeder arrived, so I will be doing a full bleed of all 13 bleed points and completly flushing the system soon. I need to get new diff lock seals from colin at 9meister first though, and rebuild my diff locks.

    My number is 917-862-6819 - we moved to fairfield in november, and I ambasically out of work and around all the time. Give a shout sometime and we can get together, grab lunch or something. And if you need help with the car, let me know. Lots of tools over here in the garage.

  3. HEDR
    10-06-2013 11:27 PM
    Thanks for the input. I'm looking for low end torque as most of my driving will be there. As for suppliers any ideas? Seeing lots of Fabspeed remakes and no idea who makes the GPipes. I'm leaning towards a more mechanical zing sound rather than a 60's Musclecar thumping boom. I like the low end bass of these Catless Cup pipe combos but I'm concerned about a boomy drone.
  4. Mr.Alex
    10-06-2013 10:29 PM
    The cat bypass came with the car, so I wanted to put that on just to let it breathe better. Then there were some debates which supported the theory that cup pipe is better for hp gain at high rooms, while g-pipe is better for mid level torque. I figured the cat bypass should help both, and the 'torque' from the g-pipe would be better for driving around the city. I had a cup bypass before, I feel like its a more pure flat six sound than what I have. I'm pretty happy with my setup however. Sometimes I hate the smell from having no cat, but I feel like the car has more grunt over 4k.
  5. Mr.Alex
    10-06-2013 05:47 PM
    Great to meet another 964 owner. I have a G-Pipe and a Cat-Bypass pipe. The G-Pipe I bought used of another rennlist member, just post in this thread to see if anyone has one (

    Its very easy to install, but you'll have to remove the rear passenger wheel to undo one of the supports holding the secondary muffler.

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