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sat nav in a993

pee cee

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some pics of sat nav in a 993 installed in 1997 plus 997s wheels on the same car.

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good stuff.....

19's on a 993, your oesopath must have recommended those :wink:

for your sat nav, still the original spec? if so it is possible to upgrade it to a modern spec, quite tricky to do but I know of someone who fitted a tom tom into that space


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How much are the 997 S wheels for a set?

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The wheels and tyres cost 2400 but I bought the car with them on;the ride is firm but not bone braking,also Ihad heard that the s cars tram lined quite alot but theres no trace of that. I dont know if they fit the narrow body cars. The sat nav dosnt need upgrading as map discs are still availble,and itsalso a colour tv, I was thinking of puting a dvd in to see if it would play a film.dont know why i would do that though

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