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Who makes the best no drill plate holder for 991.2?

I need a front license plate holder for my 991.2 turbo with parking sensors. Who makes the best? RHO or or craven speed platypus?
 
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craven speed one doesn't work with PDC. They basically "deactivates" one of the sensors to make it work.

RHO seems to be the only option that retains full PDC functionality. I am still confirming and can update once I have confirmed.
 
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I got the RHO version with the drop down part per your recomendation and it's perfect.
 
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I got the RHO version with the drop down part per your recomendation and it's perfect.
Any pics?
 
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I guess we're pretty lucky here...no front plate required and radar detectors are legal
 
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Resurrecting an old thread since I have an update and a review. For those who know me from the 996T and 997T forums, you may remember that I used Cravenspeed's Platypus tow hook solution, but neither my 996, nor my 997 had parking sensors. My 991.1 does . . . Since I live in CA and I am going to start driving my car more often (why not???), I want to get legal and get my front plate on; yes, I don't like it either, but I don't want a mechanical. I was originally going to go for the extension and drop version from Rho-plate; then I decided to contact Craven, to my surprise . . .

Best customer service ever

Derek C simply asked what post I have and said that not only do they have an option for me, but if I just send back my old post, they would send me a new one for FREE, Wow. He said that they have an extension-and-drop as well so not to interfere with the parking sensors, but they also have a "blinder" that covers the one sensor and allow the rest to work without issue. I had no idea such a product existed! Below, I took a picture of the "blinder" in place and with the plate installed. Not as good as the no-plate option, but I am quite happy!


 
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991.2 Drop License Plate Holder

I have one from a place called Dynamic Technology Group in San Ramon, CA
Email Greg Calo at [email protected]
Cost is about $60
Solidly made and stable. Does nit block parking sensors. Connects via tow hook port. Very pleased with it.

Frank
 

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Check on google sto n sho. I have been using them on all my cars. And it has a quick release. Have had it for 2yrs+ and still going strong.

-Dylan
 
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