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  1. #21 Default Project 911 
    Quote Originally Posted by splatt View Post
    Haven't we been telling you to go wide forever? I know I have!
    i honestly never liked the way it looked. but damn..




    i cant find any more pics of it. guy is in the phillipines. its a rwb for sure though.
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    ^^ yes it was. maybe once im bored of it. its gonna need a respray at some point anyway.
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    Can't wait to see this thing in person.

    Always want to have a 993, but after years of seaching ....still no a owner. It's really hard to find a nice clean sample with reasonable price.

    Ps: Those RWBs are awseome!
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    From what iv read. 20k does not include paint. You pay 20k they ship the parts ahead so you can paint before, then naki arrives and assembles. Shoot them a email or call lol. I never got to ask what's his name with 993 pandora 2. I'd like to 100% what you get for that sum of coin as well.
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    meh I think the RWB looks weird with the ducktail.
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    I actually think that looks awesome, minus the huge windshield banner. I've never liked the banner.
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    you could always get these guys to work on your car


    http://singervehicledesign.com
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    Well as much as i want to do it now, spending 30k more just isn't a good idea. At least not today. Long term, i can see it. Crazy that they paint the panels before install. Didnt know that until today.

    Back to reality... Need wheels, suspension. I think i should spend some time refreshing/upgrading all the bushings. Gotta see what all my weather seals are up to. Definitely need to replace the engine sound pad or just dynamat the rear. This exhaust is gonna be loud.
    Need a stereo shop to tell me what can be done about hiding the stereo. I also need someone to wrap interior parts in suede to match the seat centers. Don't want to do that until i have the car back. It has to match perfectly.
    Really want to redo the tach as well. Found some shops who can do it, but haven't pulled the trigger yet
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    10/10 A+ Would fap again

    West Hollywood Speedometer or something along those lines seems to be the usual place to go for tachometer repair. I know Autosport Engineering sends all their stuff there.
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    North Hollywood speedo and porschedials.com are the go-tos
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    I just learned about a place in my hometown that's apparently pretty popular.
    http://www.paspeedo.com/
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    Hhhmm.. They aren't teddy bears, but they are Ronals

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...ce-wheels.html
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    hmmm….wide
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    Quote Originally Posted by splatt View Post
    I just learned about a place in my hometown that's apparently pretty popular.
    http://www.paspeedo.com/
    I have used that place couple times and the outcomes are all amazing, and total worth the premium price.
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    Paging Johhny, those would look awesome on the 355. Though I'm assuming they won't fit his car because f-car.
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    Awesome project! Love the Porsche!

    Oh...and the wide body is sick!
    "The E60's V10 is like dating that hot girl who takes you for granted, makes you buy her stuff all the time, the sex is mind blowing and she screams too loud during the act, mother never approved of her, and she got too drunk at your wedding and made out with the best man"

    Aldiyar (Boston, MA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjm4life View Post
    Need a stereo shop to tell me what can be done about hiding the stereo.
    Passenger airbag delete, then hide the head unit where the airbag unit was? They could hinge the airbag flaps and have one of those spring loaded magnets for the release, so you push on the airbag panel and it pops out enough to flip it open.
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