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  1. GTgears
    11-01-2018 09:59 AM
    Ask away. Or email if you prefer it be private.
  2. calvinchan
    10-31-2018 10:33 PM
    I want to ask about a comment you made, not about Guard. Thx.
  3. calvinchan
    10-30-2018 07:17 PM
    Hey, can't send you PM. Inbox full
  4. Scooter8
    04-12-2018 11:35 PM
    Hello,

    I'm interested in a Guard Transmission Limited Slip Differential or Torque Biased Differential for my 2016 Cayman GTS (981)

    I'm primarily wanting a better daily driver in the rain/low traction situations. I live near Seattle. Would you recommend a LSD or TBD?

    Do you have a shop recommendation for the installation in the Seattle/Bellevue/Redmond area?


    Thank you
  5. stubble88
    07-18-2015 09:08 PM
    Hi
    I'm new here and you don't know me
    But it looks like your are willing to help a newb out on a possible purchase
    I'll keep it short
    Here is the link

    http://www.remingtonwestcarz.com/198..._256206087.veh

    Let me know what you think on the price
    Motor has been rebuilt
    Paint is mostly original except for one panel

    Any advice would be very appreciated

    Thanks
    Chad
  6. Porsche997dxb
    06-10-2015 01:34 AM
    sorry something wrong happened, I cant post a reply, was trying for the last 45mins

    Hi thanks for your immediate reply,

    actually they did not tell anymore details, as they did not remove the gearbox... only said the Whining was coming out from the Diff. !

    but the question is: is it true that the gearbox attached to the diff as one part?
    FYI: this the 2nd opinion and both garages expected to be professional! but still not convinced

    its taking long time to post!!! please repost the same for me

    appreciate you help
  7. zagaone
    11-04-2014 09:10 PM
    Hi. My name is Angel Areizaga. My business partner & I are building a 1999 996 c2 track car to promote our Porsche repair service in Puerto Rico, Sciro European Service. Do you have a LSD that fit the 1999 996C2? I'm keeping the engine mostly stock. Just a GIAC tune w/plenum. Most work directed to improve the suspension, brakes and tyres. Your input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  8. PhilMorrison
    06-16-2013 05:07 PM
    Hi, I'm interested in sending you my LSD from my 997.2 GT3 to work some magic. I'm in the UK. Could you give me an idea of cost and time to turn around please. My email is [email protected]
    Many thanks
    Phil
  9. 964RS_NGT
    09-10-2012 10:19 AM
    Hi

    Do you know if there are any options to OEM R&P for a 6-speed 997.1 base Carrera?
    Car will get a new clutch, Aasco LWFW + Quafie TBD after this season (sorry, already sourced the TBD as part of the package).
    Anyway, seems like a good opportunity to go for a lower ratio final gear (if avaliable).
    Would the R&P of a Tiptronic car fit? I beleive they use 3.56:1.

    Thanks for any kind of input.
  10. Spey
    06-15-2011 01:24 PM
    Hello Mat,
    Read a post where you mentioned having accumulated various info related to 1976 911S Signature Targa that you worked on. I am researching my late fathers '76 911S Signature, and would appreciate anything that you could pass along to me. Thank you for taking the time to read this. My email address is below.
    Respectfully,
    Christopher Olson
    [email protected]

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