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Jesper, yer Carrera 3.0's also matte? Awesome garage yer rockin there!
Thank you!

The Carrera is merely wrapped in 3M vinyl wrap. Until the day comes where it will be brought back to its original oak green guise $$$$$, it will be my rat. I have a lot (I think) of money in the suspension on that car, elephant and rebel. It is an absolute blast to drive. Just ask the light blue turbo ^^^ how it felt hanging on going over Laureles grade

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I forgot the POTD

exhausted...if I was to stay here in CA this would be my smuck solution, ofcourse combined with a visual deception, pump and belt
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Couldn't figure out how to edit and upload the previous post with a photo.
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Made the paper.

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Just bolted on my new TiAL wastegate - thanks Brian @ RarlyL8



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Ahhhhh... I just got mine the other day, can't wait to put it on! For now it is just eye candy on the shelf of anticipation.



What spring did you go with and what boost level are you seeing? I ask because I know the headers and exhaust are supposed to affect the desired boost level by ~.3 bar.
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Is that all you've got???
welllllll, since you asked... nope.

930potd... I can't back down from a challenge now can I?

Do you like apples?

Howabout DEM APPLES!?:



(my GAAAWD was I uuuuberhungover ^that morning^... just seeing that pic provides instant recall d'oh!)


ps. congrats on yer shinybits - happy install!
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Patina,
I went with a 0.8bar spring.
Didn't want crazy boost, just to pep the car up a little.
There was an old HKS WG with 0.6bar that was on there previously...

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Hey Paul..., look what I found in the epic events bin
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Patina,
I went with a 0.8bar spring.
Didn't want crazy boost, just to pep the car up a little.
There was an old HKS WG with 0.6bar that was on there previously...

Iain
Cool! Do you have an analog boost gauge?

I can't believe how HUGE the factory unit is compared to this thing.

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Patina,
Yes my analog boost gauge is where the clock usually is on the right.
By the way, make sure you still have room to remove your valve cover when your TiAL is mounted... mine came with some of the cooling fins machined down for clearance for 930 applications.
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Patina,
Yes my analog boost gauge is where the clock usually is on the right.
By the way, make sure you still have room to remove your valve cover when your TiAL is mounted... mine came with some of the cooling fins machined down for clearance for 930 applications.
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What kind of boost are you seeing on the analog gauge? 1 bar? Or higher?
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great shot, 'Foniks!

Miguel... yes, that one's become particularly infamous heh heh. Moments after I'd shot it, we'd be tending to Dokktah's flat d'oh!

So... I have sooooo many fookin ABSURD shots of you're spectabutastic car, be certain you'll be seeing quiiiiiiiiite a bunch of 'em as time passes here!

930potd - the "is that all you've got" challenge continues :

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^^^I'll have to chuckle on Paul's get 'im back "is that all you got?" pics. Luv it. Let's keep this thread going!

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this is why I got my 930 clone project. muffler case split and hot exhaust burned some wiring.


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I bet some o thou remember my awesome redneck exh. This is the latest iteration. Toned down as much as possible.
Nuff said:


From present to future:
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Damn MikeD! You just shred thru like 3weeks of 930potd's from mah stash here - 90% of those shots were mine d'oh! 8-)

seeing all of those like that is major sensory overload - danger Will Robinson!

fret not, the well is as deep and wide as Ronnie's quite rounded out... ... ... ... ... ... personality.

930potd:

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Sorry about that Paul!! No offense to me...I just removed the calendar pics since I don't want you to withdraw posting full size "is that all you got?" pics!

930 potd: Pic taken during early hours.

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