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Beanoir

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  1. Welcome Nick! For others benefit, some of you may have met Nick on Sunday at Shuttleworth. I've also confirmed with Paul and Adrian, so we're good to go on this 👍 1. Paul Stevens - confirmed 2. Junky (Adrian) - confirmed 3. Craiglm68 (Craig) - confirmed 4. beanoir (Nick) - confirmed 5. Windymiller (Jason) - confirmed 6. Chateauneuf (Nick) - confirmed Jo - what do we need to do next in terms of paying deposits, timings etc?
  2. Touché! 🤣 Been looking at houses in the New Forest again today. Love it. You know i’d love to join you on another Alps trip mate, I’d need sign-off though. Has Pete got spaces left?
  3. I'm a definite, @Craiglm68 @Windymiller - are we pressing the button? Also, @Dougle_turbo I think expressed interest possibly at the weekend, maybe @Budflicker also? (Pete, this was the one I mentioned that Adrian has his name down for too)
  4. I believe Porsche stopped issuing them at the end of last year Daz under the auspice of ‘data protection to the original owner’ PCGB members were up in arms about it as it was a club benefit they feel they paid for.
  5. Reading aren’t always as helpful as you think they should be. If you can strike up a relationship with your local OPC they will be more likely to assist. Porsche used to issues certificates of authenticity and then later Certificates of Prodcution (which confirmed the factory spec) but I don’t think they do any more which is a shame.
  6. Depends. Why do you want to fit spacers? To alter the dynamics of the way the car drives or for aesthetics? General rule of thumb is widening the front track will encourage oversteer (or dial out understeer), whilst widening the rear will have the reverse effect. Aesthetically, what you’ve suggested will probably be the limits and look pretty cool, but will probably mean the car noticeably understeers more as your net track increase would be 10mm rear. Most popular recommendation is to go with 5-7mm at the front to dial out understeer with as much -ve camber as you can get on the stock suspension mounts. Leaving the rear stock. This makes quite a bit of difference.
  7. Any OPC can print the build sheet from your VIN number, have you tried your local OPC?
  8. We were admiring your car as you arrived whilst eating breakfast!
  9. Do it Paul!! 😉 And you’re welcome mate, hope it does the job ok - thanks for breakfast 👍🏻
  10. Fantastic! Love hearing of car dealers like this 👍🏻 Car looks really nice!
  11. Great turn out today, brilliant to see such a good crowd. Apologies to those I didn't get to say hello to but hope everybody enjoyed getting out and dusting off the winter cobwebs!
  12. Peter Morgan did a very good article for GTPorsche Mag, I highly recommend giving it a read. https://www.porscheinspections.com/downloads/M96_M97_GTPorsche.pdf
  13. For all those asking we will be bringing OC t-shirts with us tomorrow, available at a special 'meet' price. If you have a specific request and want one reserved then PM me. 👍
  14. Weather is not looking too bad for Sunday. Airfield may even be active.
  15. If it's a 2.9 then it's Gen2. So @tigger, have you got a CDR30 unit in there at the moment and just swapping for a non-japan version with the right FM frequency? Either way, if it's got SPP/ASK then the amp could be under the front passenger seat.
  16. Of course Chris, your mate is more than welcome 👍🏻 ...and we’ll do our best to convert him
  17. Global member base! When it rains it pours I hear!
  18. I’m not sure you’ll get an 11” wheel on the rear...
  19. Not if they are from a Turbo - do you know what the wheel sizes (width, offset) are?
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