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WOW Bill, are those the new headers? Already "blueish cured"? How many miles on them? What about that right exhaust? Looking good.
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WOW Bill, are those the new headers? Already "blueish cured"? How many miles on them? What about that right exhaust? Looking good.
Thanks! Actually, I got the whole system used. I'm not sure how many miles were on them but they didn't have hardly any blueing. I've put maybe 50 miles on 'em and they really turned.

That right exhaust has been bugging me. In that pic it looks like it's hanging out there too far. Today I got some longer bolts for the tip and tucked it way back in and it's more level now. Now it doesn't look so ricer. At least I hope not. When it stops snowing I'll see about getting a new pic to post up.
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I wish I could post up but mine's in the garage with the engine out still. As Frank Zappa would say, "she's buns up kneelin'".
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Kilo, I was never a fan of that color - however on that 930S...my dear God in heaven...sweet Jesus that's beautiful!!!
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Kilo, I was never a fan of that color - however on that 930S...my dear God in heaven...sweet Jesus that's beautiful!!!
Amen brudda!
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Jay, not sure what grey your car is (meteor?) but it looks fantastic in that color!
It Meteor Grey Mettalic (code Y5)

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[QUOTE=martinb930;3855429]It Meteor Grey Mettalic (code Y5)[QUOTE]

THANK YOU!!!! I have been trying to figure that out and the local dealer wasn't able to help. I would like to upgrade to H4's w/painted trim rings and I've been putting it off as I couldn't find the color code. Nice wheels BTW.
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Miguel - Here it is tucked back in a little more. I think it looks much better...

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Nice ZLP! I checked out your website and there are some beautiful, professional-looking shots of your 930 there are well. I like the stance of your 930- how did you get it so low? Did you use the stock suspension bits or did you need to install aftermarket suspension to get that ride height?
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Nice ZLP! I checked out your website and there are some beautiful, professional-looking shots of your 930 there are well. I like the stance of your 930- how did you get it so low? Did you use the stock suspension bits or did you need to install aftermarket suspension to get that ride height?
Thanks! Stock torsion bars, with Bilstein HD in front/ Sport in rear, `88 Carrera sways. I just re-indexed the bars to my desired ride height and corner balanced it.
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Ca8ton... which one is yours? I'm not seeing an 87 GP White 930 there...?
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Bill, it looks much better.

Did you keep the heater, or is it gone with the sound of x-tra horses...?
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Bill, it looks much better.

Did you keep the heater, or is it gone with the sound of x-tra horses...?
I kept the heat, and today I'm glad I did!

Left to right, My 930, Randy's '04 Turbo Cab, Jeff's '71 Pantera, and Wayne's (Oh Haha) '81 SC. Great time today!



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