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  1. That looks like a dual mass clutch kit.. not a lightweight fly will kit but thanks for sending Fair enough I guess. Depends what your after… from all accounts this seems to be a nice upgrade for good throttle response from what I’ve read. Stalling “idle” can be fixed with a good tune. Easy peasy
  2. below are the 4 links to the kits with prices https://patrickmotorsports.com/collections/flywheel-and-clutch-packages/products/pkg964993rslwckpms https://www.sharkwerks.com/transmission/p4056-porsche-lightweight-flywheel-clutch-upgrade-kit-for-996-997-997-2-gt3-rs-4-0-964-PORT154 https://www.design911.co.uk/fu/pt376_1314_-cma81-cmo107/Porsche/964--911--1989-94/Flywheel---Torque/# https://www.fvd.net/de-en/FVD116905/fvd-exclusive-clutch-kit-964-993-with-light-weight-flywheel-315-ft-lbs-max.html
  3. Hi guys, Could anyone let me know what they think is the best lightweight flywheel kit for a Porsche 964? I have seen kits from Patrick motorsports, FVD, sharkwerks AND DESIGN 911. They all vary in price. Thanks
  4. I know this is an old thread … just wondering if you are happy with the results you got ? I’m considering doing a similar setup on my 964 ? Worth it or not ?
  5. Hello everyone, looking for a set of wheels for my 964 carrera 2 targa anyone have anything for sale or could suggest something? no Fuchs for Fuchs sake 😆 cheers
  6. Hi Everyone, Im thinking of going the route of Itb’s on my 964. In particular the ones from race head engineering (RHD). Does anyone here have any experience with these itb’s and what are everyone’s thoughts on them or any other itb’s Compared to the standard intake? cheers
  7. Has anyone installed child seat anchor points for the rear seats on their 964? If so could you possibly post some pictures without the child seat. Cheers
  8. Appreciate the help thanks guys 🙂
  9. Hello everyone, This is my first 911 so be gentle lol. It’s a 964 C2 From first starting the car how long does it usually take for the oil level gauge to move to its correct level? Secondly, does the dipstick alway read as empty when the car is cold or should it show at least some oil ? I do know it is a dry sump but not entirely sure if that means it’s literally dry unlike a conventional engine with oil sitting in the sump? Thank you
  10. Lol thank you 🙂 Thanks for your reply 🙂 A word of caution, it is a slippery slope.. I see what you mean lol.
  11. Answers to your questions is your car lowered stanced slammed? if it isn’t or not to be in the future just by STD . Little benefit Aside from previously mentioned ... mid coffee skiting, not mid corner late braking . yes it’s lowered - no it’s not slammed I’m not a by (buy) STD Kinda guy. Piecemeal replacement IMO , if you know what needs replacement is not worthwhile. If tie rods ball joints and all other bushes etc are past use by dates ... pull em all out Honestly I do appreciate your replies but is the above even English? Anyway this particular part is amongst many other steering components I’m replacing. From all accounts it sounds like it’ll do more good than bad.
  12. Purpose is to replace the tie rods. Rather than just replace it with standard parts. I thought this would be an ‘upgrade’. They don’t cost much more than just replacing them part for part so I thought why not? lol I’m not one for bragging . Not sure if that’s a Porsche guy thing. I’m wanting to improve the car for my own selfish reasons certainly not to impress anyone else. You can’t even see this part once it’s in the car 🤦‍♂️ Let me make the question even clearer lol. Would this replacement part improve the car or not ? Even a slight improvement?

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