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Will these fit a gen1 cab

Dougnorwich

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Hello chaps will these fit a gen1 cab do you know ? I see that the original Porsche ones are different for a cab so wondered if these will fit
 

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are they any good? how do they compare to stock?
 
Porsche seem to show coupe and cab as different mounts are they actually all the same ?
 
Thats the 993RS engine mount upgrade for the 996/7 with the longer bolts . There are two types one is OE and one is aftermarket the latter is a bit cheaper . very popular upgrade as an alternative to semi solid mounts . I have never heard anything negative about this upgrade :thumb:
 
Dougnorwich said:
Porsche seem to show coupe and cab as different mounts are they actually all the same ?

The part numbers are definitely different for the cab. I read somewhere on Rennlist that the cab mounts were stiffer.

I picked up a pair from Porsche for just £200 for my cab
 
badbadtz said:
Dougnorwich said:
Porsche seem to show coupe and cab as different mounts are they actually all the same ?

The part numbers are definitely different for the cab. I read somewhere on Rennlist that the cab mounts were stiffer.

I picked up a pair from Porsche for just £200 for my cab

The rs ones or standard ones buddy, what's a good price from Porsche either way
 
Phil 997 said:
Thats the 993RS engine mount upgrade for the 996/7 with the longer bolts . There are two types one is OE and one is aftermarket the latter is a bit cheaper . very popular upgrade as an alternative to semi solid mounts . I have never heard anything negative about this upgrade :thumb:

Christ alive Phil I'm pretty new here but are you suggesting something cheap is good that has to be a first :grin:
 
Dougnorwich said:
badbadtz said:
Dougnorwich said:
Porsche seem to show coupe and cab as different mounts are they actually all the same ?

The part numbers are definitely different for the cab. I read somewhere on Rennlist that the cab mounts were stiffer.

I picked up a pair from Porsche for just £200 for my cab

The rs ones or standard ones buddy, what's a good price from Porsche either way

Standard ones, which is cheaper than most places online
 
Dougnorwich said:
Phil 997 said:
Thats the 993RS engine mount upgrade for the 996/7 with the longer bolts . There are two types one is OE and one is aftermarket the latter is a bit cheaper . very popular upgrade as an alternative to semi solid mounts . I have never heard anything negative about this upgrade :thumb:

Christ alive Phil I'm pretty new here but are you suggesting something cheap is good that has to be a first :grin:

:floor: :floor: :floor: Doug, seems you have been badly influenced by the guys on here :grin: I am not that bad :grin: :thumb:

I have not tried the 993rs mounts , I have tried the rennline ,RSS and function first but I have never heard anything bad said about the 993rs , If they are like the others give them about 500/600 miles to bed in initially there is usually some NVH but it does go as they settle down. :thumb:
It will be good to hear your thoughts once they are fitted :thumb: :thumb:
 
:pc: :pc: oops duel post :grin:
 
Fitted them to mine last spring. Did a track day a few days later and the handling was much better. The old ones were shot mind you.
 

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