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    Quote Originally Posted by Z3c View Post

    Honestly man, get rid of the yellow side markers; you will be astounded at how much of a difference it will make!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    none, it's the break in period :)
    Pffff. Ground control to Major Tom......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    After the first day of driving this is going to be very hard to keep a driver's license. Before you know it you are at 110mph.


    Yeah, clear side markers will look good.

    Also, get a Valentine One, it'll make you invisible--front and back; but you do have to be smart, pick your spots. And just north of you a bit you have the greatest E Ticket ride "spot" in the western US, arguably the best in the country. Head north to Fortuna, you get on the Ride there. You get off a bit over 2 hours later--if you're moving, in Red Bluff, it's highway 36. My wife was not happy.

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    Put me on the "keep the original sidemarkers" side. Clear ones look to much mulet hair cut 90's eurotuning to me and this is probably the reason Porsche gone back to amber ones in the latest models.

    That 2 tones interior is really nice, well done Lionel.
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    Bking, yep. I've got a V1 custom installed and integrated. Slick unit fer sher.

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    [QUOTE=sk_tle;827230]Put me on the "keep the original sidemarkers" side. Clear ones look to much mulet hair cut 90's eurotuning to me and this is probably the reason Porsche gone back to amber ones in the latest models.

    How ironic that in addition to the incorrect use of to/too, you didn't spell mullet correctly. That editing time limit sucks some times..

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    Jeebus, VS is going downhill.

    I believe that even a few years ago no-one in this place would have mentioned minor errors made by someone posting in a language which is not their mother tongue.

    Maybe that should be "I prefer to believe".

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    I see and understand the errors. In France it is called "mulette" which is probably why I did wrote it wrong. Mind you, I am not a native english speaker and still do trivial errors like that despite doing my best. I don't think it is much worse than not being able to close some quote tags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sk_tle View Post
    I see and understand the errors. In France it is called "mulette" which is probably why I did wrote it wrong. Mind you, I am not a native english speaker and still do trivial errors like that despite doing my best. I don't think it is much worse than not being able to close some quote tags.
    Clipping.
    Moving on....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kam View Post
    Back on topic... more of this please!

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    side markers, done. This little part switch makes you appreciate the cost of bike parts :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    side markers, done. This little part switch makes you appreciate the cost of bike parts :)
    Nominate: Comment du jour.

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    [QUOTE=Lionel;827423]side markers, done. This little part switch makes you appreciate the cost of bike parts :)

    This is too funny not to pick up. I got into bikes in 2004. Before that it was Porsche's and power boats/houseboats, I've got a 28' Howard with a 600 c.i. big block; and of course the house boat. Someone looks at it, it starts at a thousand bucks.

    Well, after I'd bought my second or third bike--and i thought bikes were ridiculously expensive, six to ten grand or more and no motor!, well, i took the bike in for some service to a local shop i'd bought kids bikes from for years, and bought my first serious road bike. When I went to pick it up, he said something like, that'll be $68.34...I laughed pretty hard. Out loud.

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    one last detail...dealer plate cover must be removed...

    i have a carbon fiber one laying around since i sold my turbo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by funcrusher View Post
    one last detail...dealer plate cover must be removed...

    i have a carbon fiber one laying around since i sold my turbo!
    I buy spray paint from an online place that matches factory colors and then paint a frame to match/disappear... Yes, I have OCD tendencies from time/time.

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    Anyone going to Luftgekuhlt??

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    clear side markers.

    wow. lionel and i have very different ideas on what makes a porsche a porsche. it's all good though because that's a bad ass car.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

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    Yes the amber markers bothered me even before buying this car :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Back on topic... more of this please!
    I would like to look at this thing every morning parked in my garage. One of the simple things in life I appreciate.
    slow.

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    I'd probably go with the targa model. Not that I'd want to ride it open top that much but I just love the cinematic.



    I could watch this for hours.
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