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andyp
Monza


Joined: 23 Aug 2007
Posts: 161
Location: Nottingham

1995 Porsche 993 Carrera 2

PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2019 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HPNer wrote:
Zingari wrote:


There's only one 993 owner I know who drives his 'up to and beyond the limits' as a daily driver. Step forward HPNer worship


After many years of trying to get my car to be agile and feel tight (as opposed to the sloppy thing it was when I bought it), its quite quick enough for UK roads (in Wales anyway) the following is some of the stuff I've placed on my daily driver,in no particular order;
Goldenrod
Shortshift kit
Ohlin's fully adjustable (prototype) Road & Track Coil-overs
Turret cross brace
Bloody thick front anti-roll bar
GT2 Evo 2 (unobtainium) rubber free steering components
RS engine mounts
Cargraphic RS/Cup exhausts (by Thomas Schnarr)
Light weight flywheel etc
MPL Clutch Slave
Wayne Re-map (showing 313bhp - but all smoke and mirrors IMHO)
Big Reds all round
All new electrical sensors, anti-knock sensors, dizzies and leads.
Removal of all PA and other after market Alarm crap (just original Porsche factory alarm) with Tore-B remote entry.
RS-Momo steering wheel.
Full Southbound interior refurb in Nappa.
Scuttle, sills, and chassis rails all sorted, new wings for good measure as slightly corroded.
Full bare metal respray in Riviera Blue
All maintained by the good Dr down at Devizes.
Plus other things I've probably forgotten!

It now drives like it should have, and probably a lot better than new. It handles remarkably well and is super compliant on its 17" Cup 2s, it flies to 6250 in each gear still maxes out at what it should and is a delight, over 110,000 miles and climbing weekly. Puts a smile on my face whatever the weather . . .

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Apologies for the thread hijack, but how do you get Big Reds to fit under 17 inch rims, as I thought you needed 18inch wheels for clearance?
 
  
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Endoman
Barcelona


Joined: 11 Apr 2011
Posts: 1321
Location: Bolton U.K.


PostPosted: Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No mods needed for big reds with 17" rims. 16 " won't fit though. I use Cup2s 17" with winter tyres on (rarely)

List of mods slightly more than £20,000:-
Sunroof delete
Hans Hahn RS replica seats and door cards
Evo front uprights and trackrods
Pss10s, ER bushes, RS arbs, RS top mounts
Steve Wang Strut brace
Big reds
Speedline 18" RS wheels
Southbound RS carpet set and headlining
RS trunk liner
RS center console
Techequip gearstick and handbrake lever.
RS rear scren
RS shift, Goldenrod
RS engine and gearbox mounts
Vram conversion
Clutch vent delete
Full Fabspeed x-pipe and cans.
Wide oval tips
Lower dash delete (964 fitted)
968 CS steering wheel
OBC retrofit
Headwasher delete
Morimoto + Tore B Hids +cyclops main
RS washer bottle
RS battery switch
Motorsound airbox
Air bag delete
HP alarm delete ( immobiliser fitted)
Tore B leds all round
RS M002 aerokit
Currently used daily 174,000 miles up.
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