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Gavin (CliffToCoast)

Brisbane unusual/track ppi

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I'm looking at getting a ppi on a Porsche that is very much not standard so not looking for a normal type of ppi.  I'm interested in compression, leakdown, boroscope & general straightness etc (it's a track hack 997).  So the usual tick a box type of thing & general report will not be much good to me.  Any contacts are gratefully accepted.

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The black car, that could be fun.. just call places that prep race cars like T&D Automotive 

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9 hours ago, James P said:

The black car, that could be fun.. just call places that prep race cars like T&D Automotive 

That's the one - thanks James

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I 2nd Promotive, Michael looks after my street driven car, but his workshop is always full of race cars, he builds them

from scratch, as well as looking after them.

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11 hours ago, Gavin (CliffToCoast) said:

I'm looking at getting a ppi on a Porsche that is very much not standard so not looking for a normal type of ppi.  I'm interested in compression, leakdown, boroscope & general straightness etc (it's a track hack 997).  So the usual tick a box type of thing & general report will not be much good to me.  Any contacts are gratefully accepted.

I wish all those things you just mentioned WERE part of a normal ppi.

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Don Munro (formerly of T&D) DHM Auto Solutions, also vey good, I have bought 2 cars with his services employed as well as having them worked on. 

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11 hours ago, edgy said:

Don Munro (formerly of T&D) DHM Auto Solutions, also vey good, I have bought 2 cars with his services employed as well as having them worked on. 

thanks mate - spoilt for choice now!

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