You're right, I opted out of buying it few weeks back after it got already out of manufacturing.Forgive me if I am wrong but I thought I read that you opted out of your order on the 991 turbo or am i missing something. Enjoy and be safe!
My dear Turbo Master, I vow to modify nothing, add nothing but the bra and ClearPlex windshield protection.Great looking car, Hassaan. Please post when you have any inkling of mods so we can pound some sense into you...or at least wait a week before doing anything.
God bless you (and the gentlemen above)...Congratulations Hassaan, mabrook! Well deserved. We need a video with full reviews what a lucky man you are.
Thank you... and thanks for the recommendation. I hope you never get to use it. I think I may still have it in my Amazon basket though from a previous recommendation. But what do you do to raise all wheels for tire change on the road? Since Porsche demands to raise all four paws off the ground for tire change I see no use for this toolbox.Sweet ride, Hassan. Congrats.
I suggest you might want to consider getting a set of these. If you have a blowout or other tire problem a few hundred km from a dealer that the canned air can't fix, there's a decent chance you could source replacement rubber. But if you can't get the wheel off, you'd have to flatbed the car back to the mother ship (dealer) as only a Porsche service center (or MAYBE another Turbo/GT3/GTS owner) will have centerlock removal tools.
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The tools fit easily in the frunk of a 911 (the torque wrench breaks into 3 pieces and fits in its slick, hard-sided case; the Porsche collabsible breaker bar folds down to a size smaller than the case) with lots of room to spare for soft-sided luggae. I take the tools with me anytime I venture more than 75km from home.