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  1. Hi, I'm finally doing a clean out of the parts sitting around and looking to move on. Below are what I have for sale (PM for pics). Prices are ONO. - 18" OEM 5 spoke Cayman S BBS rims with Michelin PS2 tires. - SOLD - Full APR (Billy Boat) Exhaust. RRP $5000+. - SOLD - OEM Standard Leather Steering wheel (Wheel only - Airbag, electrics, and plastic trims not included) Suits Triangle airbag: $350 - OEM 997 Turbo gear knob & boot (minor wear on leather boot) - $125 - OEM CD24 stereo: $350 - OEM Electric Mirror switch assy: $40 - Momo Mod.8 suede steering wheel: - SOLD - Momo hub adapter suit Porsche: $50 - Brand New BELL Carbon Fibre Full Face Helmet with Clear visor. Size XXL. Purchased last year from Peter Stevens Melbourne. Never worn, still has stickers on the visor. Comes complete with carry bag. Cost $600+. $500 ONO. - Finally I'm also selling my bicycle. As new 2011 Trek Mendota Hybrid Gary Fisher Special. - SOLD Cheers, Eddie
  2. 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.
  3. $400 (firm) for PFA members..... Porsche 944 late offset et52 1986-on after market wheels 18"225/40/18 BF Goodrich g-force sport tyres in good - excellent condition.Only selling due to upgrade.call or msge for more details & inspection if required, (advertised elsewhere)
  4. curse of the 15 inch wheel I've been reading the "aged tyre" thread and reckon my tyres are onto their use by date. I have a 1988 944S with the dreaded 7J x 15" wheels. teladialsthe spec offset should be 52.3 but my wheels have the pre 1986 offset of 23.3!!! The intended use is for weekend drives on curvy roads. No track use. Porsche's recommended tyre for this car/wheel combination is the Pirelli P6000. It is out of stock in Australia and is waiting to be manufactured. According to Bruce Buchanan this tyre is pretty average and just good enough for a 6 cylinder Merc of 1980's vintage. It seems difficult if not impossible to find a good 15" tyre which is not a pretty average passenger car tyre. If someone knows of a good grippy road tyre let me know. The first alternative would be to get new, or used, 16" rims which opens up the availability for better rubber. Going 7J x 16" would mean the least detriment to the existing suspension, odometer reading & ABS. It would be nice to keep close to an 'in period' look of the wheels. Does anyone have some 16" wheels for sale? Another alternative is to pick up some used 17" cup wheels. Looking on the Rennlist forum their is a positive comment about 993 cup wheels fitting the 944. Does this mess up the suspension,odometer or ABS? Has anyone here done this? I'm sure this has all been discussed & resolved before, any help would be most appreciated.
  5. Hi, I have a pair of 16 x 6 & 16 x 7" fuchs. $750 for the lot.
  6. When I bought my 986 for 5k is came with two sets of wheels, 16s and 17s. The 17s are a much sexier looking wheel but they have had a pretty brutal life from the previous owner. I want to put them back on the car as I'm due for some new tyres soon so I would rather buy one set but I need to restore these before putting them on. They don't have any gauges on the metal mainly just very minor surface stuff that can be sanded away with easy but should I DIY or go send them off. I'd like to have them on the car sometime before end of Feb. Thanks Nick https://www.instagram.com/nb_autography/ Pic of the 16s on atm
  7. Prices are pickup Brisbane northside but freight can be arranged at your cost through Australia Post (I no longer have access to a trade freight account) I will update this thread as I go through the items I have for sale, if it's listed here I still have it. Send me a PM to express an interest in any of these items and arrange purchase. Below books are fairly thick and in German/English/Spanish and include parts listings and exploded diagrams. click on the hyperlink for an image of the cover (and condition, some of them have texta writing on the binder of what years they cover) $85 - 356B Supplement to Spare Parts Catalogue (printed 1960) $85 - 911 & 911S Spare Parts Catalogue 1965-1968 Gr. 1-RS (printed 1964) $85 - 911 & 911S Spare Parts Catalogue Gr. 1-7 (printed 1964) $85 - 911 & 911S Spare Parts Catalogue Gr. 8-RS (printed 1964) $40 - List of new Porsche Spare Part Numbers (printed 1964) $25 - Porsche Cayenne (955) Sales Brochure $25 - Porsche 911 (996) Brochure $25 - Porsche 911 (996) Brochure $10 - Porsche Design Drivers Selection Brochure $10 - Porsche Exclusive Brochure $60 - Pair of 955 V8 Cayenne Air Flow Meters (they still work fine, replaced them and it turned out being something else :/) $10 - Genuine Porsche Left Rear Air Duct 997.504.603.00 (lower item in picture) $10 - Genuine Porsche Rubber Carpet Lip 996.504.893.00 (upper item in picture) $85 - New Genuine Porsche 996 2002-2005 C4S Lower Lip Spoiler 996.505.555.02 $75 - Pair 986 Front Lights with Orange indicator lenses (some yellowing) $150 - Pair 986 Front Lights with Orange indicator lenses (not as yellow as the above ones) $60 - 944 Wiper Motor and Mechanism $250 - 964 Carrera 4 Front Diff (Jesus H Christ it is heavy - I know where the extra weight is in these cars) $350 - 993 Carrera 4 Front Diff (Marked 964 but the early 993 Carrera 4 diffs were, a lot lighter and smaller!) $100 - 986/996 Driver Side Door White some scratches (check out the picture) a small ding in front of the door handle but would pull out easy, includes most wiring, handle, and foam insert but no door cards $80 - Turbo Twist wheel 'Cup 3' - rear pic $40 - Cup 2 wheel hairline crack in the back of one of the spokes - rear pic $15ea - 924 Headgasket (4 left) $250 - Genuine Porsche Spoiler Rubber (no rusty bolts) with Porsche crest - top side pic $35ea - Brake Calipers - assorted sizes/types (the 90mm assembled pair is sold) $60 - Brake Calipers - disassembled pair, cleaned up and ready for reassembly (may require some parts) $150ea - 996 Mufflers - looks like stainless to me, and I assume by the part number is from a 996 $150ea - 996 Catalytic Converters - again. looks like stainless. I can't find a part number but think they are 996 cats to go with the above (I have the exhaust mount too which if buying the above in a lot I'll throw in and do for $500 total) $40 - 944 Blower motor $20 - NEW LX792 Mahle Air Filter to suit 955 Cayenne (and V6, V8 needs 2) $5 - NEW Tridon TRB002 Rear Wiper Blade fits VW Toureg (not Cayenne :() $125 - NEW 986 Boxster Manual Shift Cable 986 424 04 208 $20 - 944 cooling fan and shroud - 944 106 141 02 $80 - Differential - I think it's from a 968 $85 - KW 710 1102 L Shock (I think for a rear axle of a 996) $650 set - KW 710 1002 R & KW 710 1002 L (Front axle) and DMS 996-4 R & L 50SA 040407 (I think rear axle) for a 996 $60 - 944 Rear Seat back and base in blue with Porsche script $20ea - 911 Electric Window Motor (I have 3) $30 - 996 Side Clear Indicator 996 631 044 03 $140 - NEW Gemballa 996 Springs Front & Rear Set $140 - NEW Gemballa 986 Springs Front & Rear Set $10 - 944 Centre Brake Light $85 - Boxster 986 Tail Light 986 631 442 03 $5 - 944 Carpet moulding with Boston Acoustics speaker $100 - 944 Turbo Oil Cooler $80 - Oil Cooler $90ea - 964 Mufflers $40 - NEW 924 Lower Control arm $5 - Handbrake Boot slight tear under where handbrake slides through $25ea - 911 Rocker Trim Rubber NOS 930 559 103 01 (I have two of these) $70ea - 911 Coupe Fixed Quarter Glass LEFT Seal NOS 911 543 035 01 (I have two of these) $70 - 911 Coupe Fixed Quarter Glass RIGHT Seal NOS 911 543 036 01 $120 - 944/968/928 Indicator/Cruise Control/Washer Stalk it looks brand new $10 - Original VW Radio CD 310 5M0 035 186 J I think out of a Mk5/6 Jetta $100 - 911 Headlight with trim ring, missing bulb retainer rear pic $150 - 944S2/Turbo Turn Signals Amber pair $15 - 944 ECU Cover/Floor Board $125 - 996/997 Shift Lever Assembly (stock) $100 - Torsion Bars I think the smaller ones are 19mm $150 - 997 Headlight looks in good condition, not sure if working but looks fine on the inside $150 - 955 Cayenne Drivers Side Headlight some wires in the back are losing their insulation but can be repaired $10 - 996 Wheel Spacer $50 - 924/944 Alternator might need some bearings as it doesn't feel great - suit rebuild P/N #0 120 469 559 and includes some wiring harness $35 - 911 Throttle Body $35 - 911 Throttle Body $10 - 911 Intake Boot suit 74-74 CIS $50 - 993 Heat Control Box P/N #993 572 087 01 $10 - 911/930 Oil Line and Bracket bracket is P/N #930 207 356 05 $50 - 993 Passenger Interior Door Arm & Handle blue, a few marks and a bit dusty $25 - Two 911 Headlight Switches can probably make 1 good one out of these two, they have the usual high-beam contact issue $65 - 911 Engine Bay Fuse/Regulator Holder $40 - 911 Engine Bay Fuse/Regulator Holder $40 - 911 Heater Control Panel I think these are LHD $40 - 911 Heater Control Panel I think these are LHD $30 - Valeo A36251159X Blower Motor I think it's out of a Boxster or Cayenne $30 pair - Dashboard Heater/AC Vent Tubing I think for G body 911's $15 - Dashboard Vent Heater/AC I think from a 944 $40 - Porsche 911 Heater Flapper Box not sure which side it is $40ea - 911 Behind Dash Heater Box
  8. Hi, After discovering track days this year I am thinking of getting some separate wheels for track day use. I have been told by other relatively new track drivers that a set of R-specs make a big difference. My car has the X51 kit and sports suspension so am looking at tyres as the first 'mod'. I'm sure this has been discussed here before, but I can't seem to find a relevant thread. I am driving a 2001 996 C2 on 18" GT3 (look) wheels and was hoping for some insights on the below: Tyres- R Spec? I would need to be able to drive on the track wheels from my home to the track and back. I am a track newbie, so need 'forgiving' tyres, ie ones that will give me some warning before trying to kill me. Where to buy them? Thoughts on need to get tyres 'zapped' http://www.gordonleven.com/zapped4racing/about/ Wheels Am looking for second hand wheels. There are a few on ebay http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Genuine-Porsche-996-911-GT3-18-inch-wheels-PCD-5x130-18x8-ET50-18x11-ET63-/142527758409?hash=item212f510049:g:kCsAAOSw8P5Z1IxR http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/18-inch-Genuine-PORSCHE-911-CARRERA-S-996-SERIES-2-ALLOY-WHEELS-V-RARE-/252909760049?hash=item3ae298ae31:g:H00AAOSwXeJYHbD5 Apart from Porsche wheels, what are my other options, and would they need any mods (spacers?) to fit my car? A few questions here, so thanks in advance for your help. Rob
  9. I've come to the realisation that there will be no GT 3 parked in garage any time soon, so I've decided to part with my set of GT3 wheels from a 996.1 GT3 They were purchased a while go in the hope that I would use these as a spare set but that dream has faded for now - damn mortgage and over inflated porsches. Genuine BBS wheels as shown in pics. Not Perfect, but great as a spare set for track use. Comes with RW tyres, though they have been sitting for a couple of years. Falken 285/30 ZR 18 & 225/40 ZR 18 Selling complete set (4) with no caps $2000 - happy to discuss further if there is genuine interest or if price seems unrealistic. Evan Zero 412 877 40five
  10. Just wondering those of you with the big gun exotics that most of us dream of... Or those with just an expensive or beautiful set of wheel rims!! Who and where do you go to get tyres fitted? I just spent a $1000 refurbishing me fuches and buying new wheel nuts and I'm paranoid of getting gouged or scratched!! I had a bad experience with rough-head tyre boy changing tyres on a non-pcar of mine a few cars back, whacking the wheel wrench on my rims, scratching, gouging my rims!! Arrghhh!! I ripped into the poor bob jane tyre manager at the time and decided not to ever go back to a run o' the mill tyre place again. Do you flip em a lobster (a 20) and say "be careful mate" or ask for the manager to do the work and not the rasta-haired tattooed hulk with the wheel wrench between his teeth?
  11. Hi, As the title suggests I have a set of 4 fuch wheels; 15 x 7's (x2) & 15 x 8's (x2). These are a genuine wheel and have been refinished in an RSR look finish with matt anodised petal & outer, black backings. I'm looking at using a different finish on the car and my thoughts are these are too good to have re-finished so I am offering them as a complete set. I would consider part payment in a straight pair of 15 x 7's if that's of interest. Pricing for these seems to vary but I'm asking $4800.00 for the set. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions and I'll update with some pics shortly. Cheers, Hugh.
  12. Anyone here have fitted OZ Racing 18" Alleggerita HLT on the 997 Carrera S before? Need advice on the correct offset and tyre size Cheers
  13. I have for sale for a 996 C4S, TT and GT2. Set of OZ Racing Allegrita Wheels, RED, 18 x 12 and 18 x 8.5 in offset to suit C4, TT and GT2. Wheels are in excellent condition, $2000 plus shipping.I cannot seem to load the photos so please send me a message and i can respond with photos and more information.
  14. Hi all, I'm moving overseas for a couple of years (just planning on storing the car while I'm away), but need to divest of a few things that I've had in the garage. Starting with... 4x Simmons rims, to suit 911SC or Carrera - PRICE CHANGE> $1000 Rears - 16x8 Front - 16x7 I've used these for SuperSprints at WP, SMP, etc (maybe 8 or 10 times?) on a 1980 911SC. Rims are used but no issues with them, no cracks or damage aside from the usual scuffs, grime etc. Fitted with Toyo R888's, 225/45 and 245/45, approx 70%(?) tread left. Comes with 3x Simmons centre caps, 2 in perfect condition, 1 fair to poor. Pickup from Bronte 2024. cheers Al
  15. Hi, I'm chasing a pair of 15 x 7 fuch wheels to suit a 911 in any condition but they need to at least be straight. They will be getting re-finished so if they are marked etc. that's not an issue. Feel free to PM me if you have anything. Cheers, Hugh.
  16. some pics of my wheel rebuild. Started off with a egg in my tyre and some how a new set of rubber has turned into a full wheel rebuild haha. A good friend of mine did most of the leg work with these... i just get to post the pics. I'll call him out soon! Scrubbed 20 years of crap off the inners and sent the dishes off for polishing. of course nothing is easy ... had some stretched bolts so I got all new hardware... and of course being the older gen wheel it uses a 10mm and not 8mm. I was hunting for gold but couldn't get any in the old sizing so I made the call to paint them all gold candy over chrome. coming together ... if only I could run this dish lo!! So I get these bad boys back tomorrow.... but here is a teaser shot I got from the wheel builders after all torqued back up. I like gold!!
  17. Hello All 20" Koya SF06 Wheels with (Nitto Invo) Tyres, plenty of tread left Came off my 911 Turbo, but have since sold the car and no longer need these wheels. Only mark is per picture (where finger is pointing) $600 ONO Pickup - Sydney Thanks JKay
  18. reggiegums

    WTB Teledials

    Looking to buy 16" or larger teledials 16 x 7 et52 16 x 8 et23 16 x 8 et52 Would also love the Autostrada Monza ones that fit or can be fitted to 911.
  19. 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 Also have this: Audi TTRS exhaust system from APR $2000 http://goapr.com.au/products/apr_exhaust_cast_downpipe_25tfsi-au.html Website says will also suit Audi RS3 0401270025 preferably call. Steve
  20. Selling my set of ATS Cookie Cutter wheels (with centre caps) and R-spec tyres. $1450 ono, local pickup or delivery to Melbourne metro preferred, interstate shipping at buyers expense. Wheels are 911 style 15x6 & 15x7. Front faces have been stripped and repainted in 2 pack silver wheel paint. Excellent condition with no scrapes, cracks or chips. Date codes are 1977 on 6's. 1980 on 7's Tyres are Yokohama A048 medium R spec 225/50 R15 and 205/50 R15 with approx 500km mostly track days. Great tyres with excellent grip, especially once you've got them up to temp. These tyres, apart from the obvious wear, are also in excellent condition, no flat spots, cuts or punctures. They are balanced and run very smooth and true right up to 200kmh. I don't know what happens beyond that. Perfect wheel set for track days in your early 911 PM me for my mobile number and private email.
  21. For those looking for high quality reproduction Fuchs and Cup wheels. Classic Wheels Australia is the Aussie disributor of "MAXILITE" wheels. Top quality and German TUV approved wheels they are currently used by many racing competitors and enthusiasts in Australia. Welcome to contact anytime.
  22. Hey guys does anyone have a guard roller/ know someone with a guard roller or paid some guy to roll their guards? i have one at home that fits multiple stud patterns, 5x130 just isn't one of them. Cheers Kurt
  23. I have recently noticed a noise coming from the front drivers-side wheel of my '81 SC. It starts out as a dull cyclical noise at about 40 kph and increases in rate and dB around 60 kph. By 80 kph - 90 kph it is not as noticeable. I am hoping it might just be a flat spot on the tyre as the rubber is getting old and I generally only drive the car on the weekends or the occasional work run. I am not very mechanically minded though so is there anything else that it could be? Bearing issue perhaps? Is there anything I can do to try and diagnose the problem (other than just taking it down to the local service centre)?
  24. Some of you may have noticed I have had some Fuchs wheels comings and goings recently. Anyway I had some Potenza RE003 fitted recently. Took the P car down to the mechanic for some lowering and an alignment. Mechanic sees yellow paint dot markings and says they should be aligned with the valve stem. i understand the yellow paint dot marks the lightest balance point of the tyre and this should be aligned with the wheel valve stem (the heaviest point of the wheel). I took the wheels back to the tyre go who says the yellow dot alignment is old school and not necessary now with current wheel balance equipment. I asked if the would refit and rebalance the wheels. Wheels guy says the rears have minimal balance weights fitted and it would be a waste of time, but he said he would redo the fronts which had more balance weights fitted (60 gm, but within spec of 80 gm). $30 per wheel. I picked the wheels up and the yellow paint markings were a lot closer to the valve stem and it appeared that less balance weights were required. To their credit wheel guy waived $30 charges. Side note: wheel guy says more balance weights are required when applied to the inside of the wheel, as compared to being placed on the outer rim. Opinions sort: do people worry about paint dot markings when they have tyres fitted? I am sure @Peter M and @carl888 will chime in.

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