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  1. Do agree there is a lot of win in ultra violet 🤤
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    Xpel PPF

    FWIW, this is three year old Expel Ultimate with no ceramic coating but a fair few SMT, track days and even a couple of Dak Daks 😉... the ceramic definitely feels better if washing your own car but the film on its own does work well too. Not a single paint or headlight chip but I have had to replace the number plate cover a few times. The DRL also need to be PPF’d... forgot to ask for that on this car and they are quite pitted which is a testimony to how hardy the film is.
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    Xpel PPF

    Speak to Sam at Final Finish. Grafico are great signage guys who do wraps, Final Finish are experts are detailing and can do the ceramic coating etc. too with super attention to all the little things. They take the time to adapt the template and wrapped around my door openings which protects the edge if accidentally opening the door against something. Curve on mirrors not a problem with right technique. Highly recommend. 👍
  4. RS is the most dedicated track car that can be driven to the circuit. GT3 is a better compromise for those who need to take their car for a milk run. 😛
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    911 Speedster is coming!

    I’ll be that guy. I think it’s great. Manual, rear mounted naturally aspirated 4.0L with open top. If I could afford to have a car sit in a man cave to just take out on the sunniest of days, I’d put my money down.
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    What do we call a pack of 5x 991 GT3? 😊
  7. ^^^ just to clarify, the OTLW garage is not mine... but I might have a little garage envy when seeing it- just a little
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  10. True about the ring ... but I wouldn’t sweat those lap times as I’m not Kevin Estre or Marc Lieb nor care about bragging rights at the pub. Just upgrade the .1 3RS rubber to the current stickier .2 3RS cup2 tires and I expect the difference to be negligible on our local tracks. Yet the visual differences would be much more noticeable and desired - at least to my eyes
  11. As both PDK, I’d probably go RS... while the GT3 has the better 4.0L, I like the extra visual boost that the rest of the RS goodies provide (in addition to their technical benefits). ie. carbon bonnet, magnesium roof, wider body, more aggressive wing, 21” rears etc. Km’s are a concern but I reckon in 12 months when u r ready to buy a lot of the lower km examples we see now won’t have that many kms and have a fair chance of being around the same price if not lower...

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