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  1. Wilson234
    03-09-2017 01:15 PM
    pwderhound, I emailed you over at Rennlist, but i figured I might try you here too. I am trying to find out more info on the JRZ camber plates you had for 996/.997TT. Curious, did you run these camber plates with stock shocks? I'm trying to get my car, which has stock shocks, but lower springs a bit lower by using these camber plates. As you mentioned, they have the bearing in the middle of the camber plate vs. the OEM which sits below the plate. When you get a chance, please let me know your application. if it's easier, you can reach me or I can call you.


  2. Alan Ho
    02-28-2017 08:37 AM
    Hello Sir,

    Are you still selling the JRZ RS PRO for 981 Cayman? I am interested.


  3. kfsincorporated
    12-31-2016 11:25 AM
    I'm hoping you will help me with som 996TT questions. I'm new to the brand and based on my research on this forum you seem to be an authority. My thread is the Ultimate Street Car. Or if you prefer I could send to you directly. Thanks in advance and Happy New Year!
  4. testdr
    08-02-2016 09:12 AM
    Hi John,

    Quick question about using the updated OEM boost hoses on your Gt2RS ICs. Was there a need to modify the fittings to fit the ICs ? or was it a perfect fit plug&play? I have AP hoses currently and they need to be modified, but i rather go OEM if OEM fits perfect and dont run the risk of blowing out at 1.2bar boost.

    Cheers !!
  5. ffwd20
    05-23-2016 04:54 PM
    John. In reference to my previous question about mushy brake pedal, do you know if anyone has found a way to run GT3 27mm master cylinder, without tripping PSM light, short of disconnecting PSM?
  6. gjpearce
    05-22-2016 08:03 AM
    referred to you by Whereitsat-.
    I just ran Chin Motorsports at Sebring yeaterday. I am/was a novice, now upgraded to solo.At the end of my 3PM run, brakes started getting spongy. 4 PM run was fine- maybe i was not braking so hard???
    I talked to different people at the track but you have been thru this before. The XP Mechanic shop at the track told me i needed new front Brembo's and then they criticized the cross drilled rotors saying they will likely crack. So I walked away wondering are they trying to sell me 4 calipers/rotors because I would like things to match and who has time/money to set the right bias.
    Basically I do not want to limit the car to track use, I would really like to be able to use my siock wheels whenever i feel like it, I do not have an unlimited checkbook, I I would like tp run Sebring high speed events about 5-6 days a year, and car must be streetable.
    Can you offer some words of wisdom/advice. Thank you
  7. ffwd20
    05-18-2016 09:20 AM
    I merely moved calipers aside without disconnecting, and used a Motive pressure bleeder wth new fluid, bleeding the outer outer bleed screw first.
    I installed 350mm slotted Girodisks in the front and drilled Sebro's in the rear. Could the floating design of the Girodisks have any effect?
    Would swapping to a 996 GT3 master cylinder help?
  8. ffwd20
    05-18-2016 06:44 AM
    Hi John,
    I have another question. Recently. after installing 350mm front and rear rotors with caliper spacers on my '02 TT, I noticed lengthy and mushy brake pedal travel (2-3 in.)
    Several brake fluid flushes did not help.
    Do you have any ideas what might be causing this? The engine was out recently to pin coolant pipes, install BBi slave with GT3 spring pack, GT3 Cup dipstick, and EVOMs ducts.
  9. ffwd20
    03-14-2016 03:38 PM
    Ok, got it. So, running just the new rear bar with the stock front would have the opposite effect of what you are recommending.

    Many thanks, John

  10. Sourcerock
    03-14-2016 11:28 AM
    Thanks John

    I plan to go to Idaho (lake) in May. Timing could work out perfect.


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    Money makes a car go fast in a straight line. Driver makes it go fast around a racetrack.....
    3.8 CTSR: UMW 2B, RSR crank,997.2ICs, UW exhst, Roll bar, Profi Spa seats, 997Cup steer. wheel, RWD, Guard GT2 Pro LSD, 997GT2 1-4 gears, GB cooler, Cup shifter +cables, 487PP/4.0disc/964RS FW, GT3RS uprights, JRZ 12.32 3ways 1900/2000, 997RSR LCAs+toe arms, GT3sways, 996Cup ABS, 997GT3 380/350, 997GT3 MC, , 18x10x13, 275/335, 997GT3 vacuum pump, MoTeC


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