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  1. My lower control arms are squeaky (when driving at low speed over driveways etc). Id like to replace them. I don’t track the car so they don’t need to be adjustable (for negative camber). I know the OEM part is / was made by TRW but it seems very difficult to find the TRW part now because of a legal dispute between them and Porsche a few years ago. There are other brands such as Meyle (but I have read these can be slightly longer or shorter than the OEM part causing problems). I’m based in Sydney. What are peoples thoughts / recommendations? And where to buy? I’m not particularly keen on going from rubber to poly either. Cheers, Chris
  2. Hi All, I'm chasing some suspension parts for a 996 GT3. Anyone have any parts or complete suspension assembly kits that are surplus their needs? In particular I'm chasing the top hats (front & rear) and the arms that thread onto the struts (front & rear). It would be great to find these as separate items but understand if only available as part of a full suspension set. Any leads would be greatly appreciated. Pic below for reference.
  3. We have a stock of KW Variant 1& V3 Suspension kits available for immediate dispatch, so if you are looking to upgrade your 964 drive this is a great way to do it. Here is a link to the kit KW V1 Suspension Here is the KW V3 kit KW Variant 3 We currently have Coupe/Targa and Cabriolet options available.
  4. Hi All, I'm looking for a set of Standard/OEM springs to suit a 996 Turbo Cabriolet. I'm located in Adelaide, so if anyone could help me out or knows where I could come across a set please let me know. I would post in the WTB Marketplace forum but I assume since I'm new I can't? Thanks in advance.
  5. I'm looking for ideas and recommendations for suspension set up. Currently my car is track oriented; after 35 years of spirited club competition (1984 3.2 Carrera that I've owned since new) it is time to ease the old girl into semi-retirement. This is a car that genuinely has seen more track miles than road miles. The engine/gearbox has been rebuilt with full reward for excellent service, engine by Michael Newton now with ITB, dual sparky things, high compression forged pistons, gt3 crank and rods, 3.5L of goodness, motec, lsd. Not too wild a cam, it is tractable, strong and drives in a more friendly fashion than when it was new. There are big brakes, gearbox rebuilt, wevo quick change - everything mechanical is superb. Except that the suspension is rock, rock hard. Unforgiving. Lovely for the track and an absolute pain otherwise. So I want to consult with someone knowledgeable and arrive at a balance that will provide reasonable road manners, acceptable track handling - stiff and responsive but not rock hard. I'm thinking to change the torsion bars for something a bit softer (currently 23mm front and 33 rear) and upgrade all the suspension bushings by replacing the track oriented hard nolathane with spherical bearings for compliant movement. ( I've noticed that as the chassis loads up there are times that the suspension does not play ball.) New shocks. Whatever it needs. After 35 years of sensational fun the budget, while a consideration, is not the first cab off the rank. I'm attracted to some of the options by Elephant racing and also the progressive shocks by KW but have made no decisions yet. I want to ensure that the shocks and the Torsion bars are in tune with one another. I've been holding off on buying new road tires (Currently on A050 17" and/or depending on the track and the weather, Kumho 16") to complete the package and am interested in what is recommended by other 911 enthusiast drivers for road use. I'm in Sydney but would consider taking my 911 to other centres if there's someone truly exceptional and am looking forward to the collective wisdom of this forum. Over to you guys.
  6. All listed here parts were bought new and used on the 997.2TT for 1-2 years, recently removed and stored in perfect order as the car was sold in original form. Suspension parts (complete units, allowing to run any alignment setup) Bilstein coilovers GT2/3 rear sway bar DSC control unit F Camber plates: Tarett Engineering F/R drop links: Tarett Engineering F bump steer kit: Torque solution Litronics sensors brackets: Tarett Engineering R top mounts: Tarett Engineering R toe links: Torque solution R upper control arms (dog bones): Torque solution Camber locking bolts: Tarett Engineering F/R lower control arms with trust links: Tarett Engineering racing version Trans mount inserts: F1 - track version GT3 brake ducts: front Wheels: BC Forged RZ05 gloss black Super light F 8kg and R 9kg Tyre pressure sensors included F 19x9.5 ET41 R 19x12 ET48 Used tyres Michelin CUP2: F 255/35/19, R 325/30/19 Exhaust: Kline with CF tips, catless and high flow cats Steering wheel: Porsche, alcantara Diverter valves: Forge Protective grills: front, Zunsport, gloss black Reverse camera kit: new, never installed Well over $20k worth of parts, at this stage I'm looking for one buyer, preferably pick up, if interested, please PM with your offer.
  7. hi folks, would anyone have a front strut brace kit for sale for a 78 911? preferably Melbourne south east. or info on where to get one. a call or text on 0408098943 would be greatly appreciated. otherwise I guess I will engineer my own, cheers. Regards to all Peter
  8. I'm advertising these parts on behalf of a 911-loving friend. It may take me some time to provide answers in the forum so any enquiries are best directed by phone or SMS to Jim on 0423 048 776. Items are located in Toowoomba, Queensland. Why's Jim not posting this himself? He's an independent mechanic specialising in European cars. He also owns and races a couple of 911s. He's better with motors than modems, so he fixes my cars and I help him with all things digital, such as this ad. BMC Air Cleaner and high-peformance IPD Throttle Body for Porsche 997 $850 + offersNearly newOnly 3 months' use.24hp gain Complete air cleaner box to suit Porsche 997 GT3RS Brand new$750Cost new $1800Complete air cleaner setup including housing, air cleaner and air flow meter Supercup exhaust system to fit Porsche 996/997 $2800Near New - 8 months' usageCost new $7900Includes rear bumper to suit 996Save 47lbs/22kg GMG High performance suspension for Porsche 996/997 $2,500Complete USA suspensionRoad and trackCost new $5,5006 months' useMonoball, not rubber bushes for long life.Front and rear swaybarLink rodsEngine mountsControl arms
  9. Parts are in Melbourne: 235/40ZR18 Sumitomo HTRZ III tyres x 4 can sell in pairs. plenty of tread. $100 each Genuine Factory Painted Yellow Centre Console as new 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster with matching ashtray. The ashtray alone costs a few $$ and is rarely included. Great to brighten an otherwise rather dark interior purchased from PCM. Has all the right cutouts etc as opposed to ones from USA. $800 Standard Black Centre Console used 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster with matching ashtray off 997 TT SOLD Used hand brake 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster Black leather, good condition off a 997 TT $300 Brand new hand brake 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster Black leather, new condition purchased from PCM. Standard leather.$500 Used Porsche Double DIN radio for 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster. Porsche may need to code for your car. 2 Available $300 Used 986 S exhaust for 986 Boxster. Muffler assembly with tips only. Pipes were cut pre muffler by exhaust shop. $300 Boxster door sill covers. One used great condition, one new with plastic over metal part. Sold as pair. $200 Pair of used leather sports seats from 997S. These will suit a fair few Porsches including 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster. Includes side airbags. Great condition. Electric adjustable back with manual lift. $1900 SOLD Used Cayman 17" Genuine Porsche wheels with continental contact sport tyres $900 Used 997.1 steering wheel for use with circular airbag. No tears or marks. $300 Used Alcantara GT3 steering wheel from 997.2 GT3 with circular airbag $700 SOLD
  10. Molly


    Hi fellow PFA members, I have just found that my original rear RH Boge shock has dropped its oil. Looking back through my cars history, a previous owner replaced the fronts with Bilsteins about 4 years ago. Do I replace the Boge units? put in some similar Bilsteins? or do I go for broke (easy to do!) and upgrade all 4 corners with something like a B16 kit? or equivalent? I would be grateful for any advice/recommendations from other 964 C4 owners or 911 owners who have faced the same decision. The cars main use is touring and street, however have recently developed an appetite for supersprints, but am sure this will remain as a hobby if I want to stay a hubby :-)
  11. Hi all, I seek to perform this rear sway bar conversion to my '81 924. I have the 20mm front sway bar in place, and standard springs/height and shocks all round. I'll be upgrading them over time. The car understeers in tight corners right now. Is the 14mm the best compliment to the 20mm front bar, or should I pursue the 18mm from a later car? Will the 18mm make the car too "oversteery"? Also, does anyone have the following bits available? 1. Rear sway-bar. 2. Removable portion of the mounting brackets that hold the bushings to the torsion bar housing. 3. Bushings (if you don't have these - I'll manage). 4. "Dog-bone" drop links and bolts. 5. Extended eccentric adjusting bolts that hold the sway-bar to the trailing arms. Thanks for the advice! Appreciated.
  12. smule

    WTB: Front strut.

    Trying to do a wheel alignment and have problems with camber setup, figuring it's most likely bent strut from measurements taken. So chasing a BOGE left hand strut or happy to buy a pair if you don't want to split up what you have. Alternatively will consider koni or bilstein setup Please let me know what you have. Thx.
  13. Would just like to ask for your opinions please..... Am replacing sway bar bracket and was just going to replace all the rubbers as well when i thought whether it would be worth replacing with the oem rubber or should i go with the polyurethane type as offered by superpro, nolathane and the like...... Any advice would be greatly appreciated...
  14. A new set of H&R lowering springs for Cayman 981 with PASM. I hadn't even opened the box before I moved the Cayman on. Price: $380 negotiable (not including freight) Cheers Tim
  15. I have a well maintained Boxster that quite suddenly started to feel very vague and sloppy in the rear end. It feels as though there is a degree of sidewards play. I also noticed that when I was parking and put it into reverase I heard a slight clunking sound. Any ideas what the problem is? Costs to fix? Thanks. Peter

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