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OzJustin

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    Brisbane, Australia
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    1989 Porsche 944 S2

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  1. From what I can tell those front and rear brake rotors will only fit the following: - Porsche 944 1987-1989- Porsche 944S 1987-1988 If this is not the case and they will fit an S2 then I would gladly take them off your hands.
  2. Have you tried your local Porsche dealer? I picked up a couple of excellent A0 size posters from them during the 70th anniversary celebration. They are proudly hung up in some snap frames in my garage now - 919, 917 etc.
  3. Congrats on your new purchase. Post up some more pics when you can! :D
  4. Exciting news. Maybe they can finally make the Panamera rear end look good in 2 door coupe form. 😭 I like the idea of a modern, front engined, four seat, big boot, 2 door Porsche sports car. πŸ‘
  5. Any luck tracking down the car yet Sean? I hope for Shane's sake it is recovered in only 1-2 pieces...
  6. I'd sooner have a Porsche than a Ferrari anyway...
  7. Good plan. What else do you have in store for your cluster? Integrated Racepak dash...😜
  8. That's a great idea Timm! I did read some people have tried LED strips but I didn't see any evidence that the dimmer would still function. In most cases they were suggesting the dimmer wouldn't work with LEDs due to the reduced voltage. How long have you had your LED strip installed? So the strip doesn't rely on the reflective coating at all and sits on the outside of the window/tunnel? I'm sure this will make more sense once I've pulled out my cluster. @Jason E - We can have a crack together if you like. What's the worst that could happen...huge fire and it goes up in flames! As an aside, thought I would post up this very handy tutorial for those who might go one step further from the cluster and pull the whole dash out for recovering. @brian in buddina How is your project coming along? http://www.klaindustries.net/technical/porsche944dashremovalinstallation.pdf
  9. Thanks for the link. For those who have changed their bulbs, can you confirm which style of T10 wedge globes are best i.e. I assume we want an even, wide light output into the reflector housing rather than one or more LEDs that are directional/pointed forward away from the ballast? This one is supposed to be an even '3D' beam: https://www.jaycar.com.au/led-t10-3d-wedge-globe/p/ZD0760 This one is a quad LED that seems to point more forward than up: https://www.jaycar.com.au/t10-wedge-replacement-led-quad-globe-white/p/ZD0394
  10. Digging up an old thread here. Has anyone had success sourcing the instrument cluster bulbs (either halogen or LED) in Australia? I see 944online sell a kit but it β€˜s pricey for a couple of bulbs when you factor in currency and shipping. https://944online.com/index.php/led-dash-reflector-bulbs-kit.html https://944online.com/index.php/complete-led-instrument-light-kit.html
  11. Congrats on the sale floorprawn. Looked like a solid car and can’t beat guards red!
  12. Incredible performance from the 911 platform. Faster than a Mclaren P1, 918 etc geez...!
  13. Some nice modern features integrated well. Great work Steve!

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