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    hey peeps loving the beemer site bought this bumpy couple of wks ago for bit of fun got it on the road last week drives great but needs a clutch! in the middle of making a grill today out of my mangled one so il post a pic 2mor ;-)

    hopefully look better 2moz
     
     

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    Hope you get it sorted, looks in good nick pre-bump.
    2013, Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, PDK, Sports Exhaust, Chrono, etc, etc

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    here you go but dont know if i like it? what you all think?? didnt cost anything to do just couple of hours and few cans of fosters
    dont know which next clutch or coilovers??

     
     

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    looking good ...maybe a bit of chicken wire to protect the rad???
    imo you need the clutch next as you wanna be driving it?
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    it has got mesh in mark, look closer
     
     

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    yeah there is mesh in it!! that was the main reason i done it! i had one of the original dark grey grills but it didnt fit tidy as grill panel was mangled!! this is the original smashed up grill panel!!!
    the car is on the road now taxed it last tuesday got 240 miles from 30quid so impressed with that the way its been driven.
    clutch is ok in 1st+2nd but shite after that! but when you drift its not that stable +bit wobbly!!
     
     

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    well the clutch wont get any better by itself lol
    if its a bit wobbly then get the trailing arm bushes checked
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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