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I bought a car, and other car talk
#76
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#77
Car has been under my cover for 10 days, we have had really rubbish weather, heavy rain etc etc,

Put look at it today ! Excellent cover !

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#78
got the options/build codes for my car,

it appears its a 2010 car even though its an 09 reg?

Model 2010
Order Type 987321
Engine code MA1.21
Transmission code G87.40
023 Silver -coloured instrument dials, instrument cluster
029 Standard chassis
061 Version for Great Britain
071 EU country version
099 Right-hand drive version
130 Control and indications in English lettering
170 Acoustic package RoW
181 Standard climatic zones
196 Battery, 80 Ah
198 Enhanced starter motor (1.7 kW)
199 Battery disconnection switch
211 Licence plate holder version 3
219 Differential
271 Door mirrors -aspherical- driver's side, electrically adjustable and heatable
342 Seat heating, left/right seat
369 Standard seat, left
370 Standard seat, right
407 SportDesign wheel 19-inch
424 Cd compartment
426 Without rear window wiper
440 Antenna diversity
444 Anti-theft lock, wheel bolts "THATCHAM"
466 Rear fog light, right
476 Porsche Stability Management (PSM)
480 6-speed manual transmission
490 Sound system "ASK"
492 Headlights for left-hand traffic
521 Tilt sensor
524 Immobilizer, central locking, 433 MHz
534 Theft security system, 433 MHz
536 Alarm siren
551 Wind deflector
555 Black seat belts
567 Windscreen tinted, upper part darker coloured
571 Activated charcoal filter
573 Air conditioner
584 Storage box on engine cover
590 Steel doors
610 DVD navigation, "Europe package"
621 12-V socket, passenger's side, footwell
659 On-board computer
663 Fuel pump activation
665 PCM 3 basic module incl. radio
666 PCM 3 telephone (GSM)
672 PCM 3 Offroad navigation
674 "Vehicle Tracking System" preparation
677 "Driver card" antenna
678 Alarm system connection
679 Restart inhibitor
841 Basic steering wheel Smooth leather
870 Universal multimedia interface
981 Leather equipment, without seat covers
983 Seat covers, front, leather
991 Steering wheel airbag module in leather
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#79
had a couple of tailout moments last night, one on a roundabout which was not planned,
and one along a mild corner which was planned and was awesome,
I don't know how the Porsche Stabilty Management works but its clever stuff !
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#80
planting the throttle in the corners are we? Wink
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#82
great weather yesterday, managed to get my car washed and then a layer of
http://www.theultimatefinish.co.uk/r222/...a-wax.aspx applied before connecting the battery charger lead and getting the car back under its cover.

Will coat the wheels with vaseline over the weekend, job done for winter.
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#83
nearly three weeks have passed, really poor weather, had a look to see how the cover was coping and found it to be spotless,

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#84
I'm guessing you don't get laid much..... Smile
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#85
"clicks like"
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#86
More than ever phil,
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(11-12-2013, 10:24 AM)Superjoe Wrote: Will coat the wheels with vaseline over the weekend, job done for winter.

Why?
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#88
forms a barrier against water, its suggested in the cars handbook.
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#89
so long as you wash the salt off!
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looks amazing
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