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  1. Bill Verburg
    09-02-2017 06:41 AM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    Depends on usage
    Bilstein shocks are the reliable standard, digressive revalve is icing, but t-bars will depend on use and local roads, My own C3 is on 20/26mm tbars but is street only, 21/27 seems to be a good combination for dual use. Rubber bushes for sure for mostly street use. w/ the rack spacer you can go pretty low, but height also depends on use and setup, too low and the spoiler hits things, too high and there's too much space above the tire, each setup is likely to be different. On mine w/ 225/45 & 255/40 x17 tires i'm at ~25.5" fender height and need to drop it another ~.25"
  2. dynosoar1
    09-01-2017 10:25 PM - permalink
    dynosoar1
    Hey Bill.....looking to get input from you on shocks and torsion bars along with bushings for a suspension freshen on 1983 SC coupe. Just finished tie rods and picked up the rack spacer kit for bump steer as I'd like to sit just below euro height. Any recommendations? Want a street performer that can go to the track work well if needed (likely very rare), but mostly just give a good ride on a 300 mile trip and handle the curves better than stock.
  3. Bill Verburg
    06-19-2017 02:25 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    996 are too small to balance big red front

    for the hat VCI may have them
  4. em78911
    06-19-2017 08:35 AM - permalink
    em78911
    HI Bill,
    Thanks! you have any places that would have such a flat hat they sell that is quality? I have 996 rear calipers/adapters and the larger MC already.

    I will go ahead and order those brake caliper adapters.
  5. Bill Verburg
    06-17-2017 01:52 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    yes it will work, but the 993tt rotor will need a flat hat not the stock 993 hat and you will need to address the rear brakes for balance and the m/c too.
  6. em78911
    06-16-2017 08:07 AM - permalink
    em78911
    HI Bill,
    Just wondering if you would know if this will work. I have a 1978 911 SC narrow body. wanting to do. with Bilstein Sport from struts, will this brake adaptor work with a 993 TT front rotor on my car? I already have the front calipers. its the adapter and rotor that have me up in the air. this link says the adapter and 993TT rotor will bolt right up to my car and yeap i have 17" wheels.

    Brake Caliper Adapter-Rennline, Inc.
  7. Bill Verburg
    05-31-2017 01:49 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    answered in the 911 tech forum
  8. 911crazy
    05-31-2017 01:15 PM - permalink
    911crazy
    Hi. I know you must be tired of the brake question, I have searched. When doing the brake upgrade using 964 calipers on 930 rotors, for the rear upgrade, does the upgrade work with the 2 piston rear calipers as well or only with the four piston rear calipers?

    Thanks .
    Regards Craig
  9. Bill Verburg
    05-18-2017 02:45 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    I'm not familiar w/ the issue. Was it the dash mounted climate control unit that was swapped out?
  10. Bill Verburg
    05-18-2017 02:44 PM - permalink
    Bill Verburg
    'm not familiar w/ the issue. Was it the dash mounted climate control unit that was swapped out?

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