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  1. I haven’t had first hand experience but I have been involved with Club Permits since 2015. If you want to change your car from Club Permit to full Victorian registration then you are actually registering an unregistered car. The following is taken from the VicRoads instructions on registering an unregistered vehicle. How much does it cost? Use our fee calculator (on the right-hand side) to find out how much it costs to register your vehicle. Here’s what you pay for: standard registration charge number plate fee Transport Accident Commission charge motor vehicle duty fee You don’t have to pay motor vehicle duty if you’ve got evidence that your vehicle’s already been registered in your name in Australia. Hope this helps.
  2. If you ever want to move a Club Permit vehicle to full registration in Victoria then the only time stamp duty is not payable is if the vehicle has previously been registered in your name. This info is available on the VicRoads website.
  3. I have the CTEC permanent connector on my 981 Cayman and have connected the negative to the unused wiper mount using an M8 bolt and then I brought the lead out under the main cover next to the windscreen washer bottle.
  4. Hi 550Spyder Fabspeed do use the HJS 200 cell cats and even though their web site states “for track use only” they don’t appear to have a long lifecycle when on a car used predominantly on the track like mine has been. The problem may be in the actual diameter of the cat which I believe Fabspeed may have increased in their latest headers. If you are looking for a set then check out Soul Performance, they use the large diameter and should be easier to install, the Fabspeed design has restricted access to one of the head bolts on both sides. I don’t have any experience with the Carnewal product so don’t know what diameter they use. PM me if you want more detail.
  5. Sold, heading up North, wish I was going with them.
  6. Rennline FE04 Fire Extinguisher Mount to suit 987, 997, 981 & 991 with limitations on seat type. Details are available on Rennline’s website. Currently retails for $125.00USD plus freight. Price $125.00AUD plus postage.
  7. Hi Grimmy, I'm interested in these, can you give me the ET for the wheels. Cheers Garry
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    Hi Arne, I’m getting my 981 muffler cut open by Richard at Rowville Exhaust later this week to repair a rattle. Mine has already been modified by Peter Star so I’ll ask Richard if he can modify a standard muffler.
  9. You should be able to buy a stand alone receiver board that can be connected to your garage door motor.
  10. I have two 981’s with PDK and I agree with CheesyGrin, his comments are spot on.
  11. For sale 981 Cayman car cover, genuine Porsche Tequipment with storage bag Part No. 981.044.000.04. $250.00
  12. 981 Cayman $530.35 inc. GST https://content.eu.porsche.com/prod/pag/tequipment/TeqFinder.nsf/TeqFinder?ReadForm&ba=Cayman&ma=Australien (RL)&sp=1&bt=981&mo=Cayman S&ka=All&co=05&pricetest=&vin=&ac=product&pr=6E75D3CB4143912AC12579810049F305&lspr=6E75D3CB4143912AC12579810049F305$Cayman$981$Cayman_6E75D3CB4143912AC12579810049F305$Boxster$981$Boxster S
  13. Hi nytelfer, $300. It’s genuine Porsche Tequipment with storage bag.
  14. Hi cjm968cs, I have a 981 Cayman cover for sale. Part No. 981.044.000.04
  15. Hi Shaun, the Fabspeed Headers were on the car when I bought it, installed by the original owner Jim Richards. The cats are 200 cell but require replacing. With the burnt out cats I was getting a check engine light. New cats can be cut in or originals can be gutted.
  16. For sale a set of Fabspeed 981 Cayman/Boxster Sport Headers (2013-2016). Fabspeed Part No. FS.POR.981.SHDR, currently on Fabspeed website for $5,191.45 AUD plus freight. Both Headers require new catalytic converters or can be converted to catless. $600 OBO plus freight
  17. I have one, PCM 2.1, Part No. 997 044 902 52. Message me for more details. Cheers Garry
  18. Will have 4 new PS4’s fitted before we return to Cayman territory (Tas) in April.
  19. And the owner was sitting in the passenger seat so you couldn’t chase down Mrs Redracn driving the R😬

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