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  1. s4senna
    11-27-2017 01:43 AM
    hi Jim,
    unfortunately I won't be of much help for a few reasons.
    first, these were on my 993 when I got it. I did not like the fact that the light was extremely dim and they were pitted, so I purchased another pair on ebay that comes with some low watt yet relatively bright LED bulbs.
    I know some people have put some HID set up in there, but my search is as good as yours
    hope this helps a little.

  2. tuto993
    10-11-2017 09:50 PM
    sorry for all the typos,
    I forgot to add this email address should you want to share some info/pics of the install with me:

    [email protected]

  3. tuto993
    10-11-2017 09:47 PM
    Hello Foxman, this is Hector Negron. I am a new member and got your name from yet another member, John Cordes. I am considering installing a 993 TT rear wing to my 993 C4S. John said you may have a good explanation/write up on this matter. I am seriously looking into the MA Shaw product, a fiberglass wing.
    Will you sure with me the important points/things to do? For example, I would imagine I have to take care of some electrical issues, as the 4S rear wing operates electronically... Some pictures may help if available.
    Sorry for the intrusion, and if you decide you can share the info with me, please do so at your convenience. I still have to talk to my local body shop to confirm they are capable/willing to prep paint and install the wing, as I have no skills for this...

    Thank you and cheers!!
  4. ToreB
    04-06-2016 03:25 AM
    Hi again.
    I am sorry, it is difficult for me to give you any answer to your question. I do not know your capabilities in electrics, and I do not know what type of bulb this is. I suggest you wait until you have the lights at hand, and then consult a car electrician.
  5. ToreB
    04-04-2016 03:57 AM
    Hi Jim, thank you for contacting me.
    H4 lamps are double filament, most often 60/55W for high and low beam. I have never heard of anyone else using H4 in this position on the 993. If you plan to have both filaments lit you will need to upgrade cabling and fuses compared to the original single filament 55W H1.
  6. Magdaddy
    02-26-2016 06:40 PM
    Thanks for checking...I have a beer buddy that has quite a selection of different Trilliums, he is coming over tonite for some sampling. I believe he had a source that was able to get some Artaic. He has travelled the last two weekends to breweries in the greater Boston area. I'll check with him tonite, and see if there is a favorite of his that we might be interested in. Maybe we can do a straight up swap, or something.

    Big Double IPA fan myself, even though it should be stout/Porter season...just way too many good and super fresh IPA's around.
  7. becker - 97'C4S
    11-09-2015 09:04 AM
    Hi ... Sure send me the video to compare with mine, what's the logic? when the starter is warms it goes shaky?? But never changed it i'm the original owner so I guess it's time for these little thingies to pop
  8. justin993
    09-05-2014 12:15 AM
    Yes they are

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