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  • About Sneaky Pete
    Biography
    1999 C4 Aero
    Location
    Mooresville, IN (Life Long Cheesehead)
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    Pete

    Now
    2005 997 C2S Chrono Sport Plus Seal Grey/Black OEM Aero Cup Kit...4.0 FSI w/ IMS Solution, welded X51 manifold/intake, GT3 TB, X51 headers, 200 cell cats, FisterD's, B16 Damptronics w/ DSC Sport w/ LNE bits (SCHWING!!)
    2017 Audi Q5 S-Line Moonlight Blue / Chestnut Brown
    1965 Spitfire Red / Black
    1964 Spitfire Racecar aka "The Gnat"


    Past
    1999 996 C4 Aero Artic Silver/Metropol Blue
    1986 Carrera
    1967 911
    1974 914
    1973 BMW 2002
    1987 X19 Bertone

    PCA Member

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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 02:51 PM
  • Join Date: 11-01-2008

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  1. Barn996
    11-23-2018 09:44 AM
    Haven't seen any of your posts lately Pete. Hope all is well with you and your outlaw 997. After 12 years of 996 ownership I'm getting the itch for something else , but not sure what. Just checking in to see how you are. Steve B,
  2. fmmoto
    11-02-2014 09:29 AM
    Hey Pete. Good listing and I'm thinking about your set.... A slight concern with the age of the front rubber and dry rot due to the age. I realize the wheels may not be perfect cosmetically which is OK with me but I need the wheels to be without bends or cracks. Would you mind taking a look at the rubber for cracks and rate the wheels on a scale of 1-10? Thanks. Jay.
  3. 08-26-2014 09:11 AM
    Oh, I forgot to mention...I invaded your Great State of Wisconsin a couple of weeks ago to attend the TUDOR USCC races at Road America...best darn track in America w/best track food (still). But driving back to Cincy on Sunday evening-circumventing Chicagoland-was torturous.
  4. redridge
    01-01-2014 05:40 PM
    didnt krazyK drop his motor?... maybe he has better insight. My motor, tranny drop experience is from an 86 c2, 911.
  5. redridge
    01-01-2014 05:36 PM
    ... once you figure out disconnecting the drive shaft both drops easily, I would drop both and seperate on the ground. Alot easier to wrestle on the ground than up there, this includes remounting the new motor.
  6. redridge
    01-01-2014 04:52 PM
    Pete, Ive never done it, but from what I understand is that you disconnect the drive shaft coupling from the output of the tranny going to the front diff. This is what the dyno guys do with AWD cars. Im assuming your gonna drop the engine ad tranny at the same time.
  7. ahmike
    11-02-2010 09:00 PM
    Pete:
    I just looked at the message you sent me in March. I am new to this and didnt know I had a message. I am in Mke last name is Foster.
    Mike
  8. May911-85
    05-12-2010 11:58 PM
    i have a used Factory FRP wing ready for priming 2004 GT3 @ 12 lbs. ($750), and a New 100% dry Carbon fiber, tooled with 5pt axis C&C, stable to 200 MPH with 10mm wicker @ 6 lbs. ($1750), pictures available if your interested...

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