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Offline Barry911


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I'm thinking 997tt .1 circa 2009 auto .. Check carpoint for the white one as an example



Offline robertb

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I'm thinking 997tt .1 circa 2009 auto .. Check carpoint for the white one as an example
nice car.can you get it complied here?



Offline 986986


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Do the three of you have to take over every post and reduce it to the lowest common denominator and make it as your own petty spat?

It's frankly getting beyond a joke - what's this the third post today that has descended into petty one upmanship that resembles something my 6 and 9 year olds get up to......please take it elsewhere.

Back to the ORIGINAL post - you could get a similar 997.1 Aussie car for less at present I know of a good one on the GC for $140ish silver and tip ...suggest you shop around, or happy to throw some names at you here in Sydney if you like.

See you three that's what this is about - otherwise can you please go back to the kindergarten section at Fchat they are missing three classmates



Offline Steve355F1


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Righto. We all think we have been wronged from time to time.
Ask me how I know...
Actually don't. I may save it for a website one day...

Anyway, I just think it's a shame that you blokes waste so much energy on this shit when you could be helping the new and clueless guys with your collective knowledge. Like me. :)

To get back to cars, Peter mentioned something about Aircon re-gas.
I paid to have the 355 done in January this year and already it needs another one.
What's the story? Anyone have any experience with Hy-chill?
Or other suggestions?



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Righto. We all think we have been wronged from time to time.
Ask me how I know...
Actually don't. I may save it for a website one day...

Anyway, I just think it's a shame that you blokes waste so much energy on this shit when you could be helping the new and clueless guys with your collective knowledge. Like me. :)

To get back to cars, Peter mentioned something about Aircon re-gas.
I paid to have the 355 done in January this year and already it needs another one.
What's the story? Anyone have any experience with Hy-chill?
Or other suggestions?

Hychill works superbly, but isn't exactly safe or arguably even legal.

Investigate and fix the real problem, don't mask the symptom.

A properly gassed functional system should last at least 2 years, probably more, maybe even 5 years if you're lucky.

And the best news is that you don't even need specialist help here. Any decent auto air joint should be able to at least diagnose the problem.

They may even come mobile to you to do so.




Offline robertb

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Hychill works superbly, but isn't exactly safe or arguably even legal.

Investigate and fix the real problem, don't mask the symptom.

A properly gassed functional system should last at least 2 years, probably more, maybe even 5 years if you're lucky.
In victoria ,i was told they keep a log of re gassing cars,and need to report to the EPA if a car is re-gassed often?

any truth in this?



Offline Aircon

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In victoria ,i was told they keep a log of re gassing cars,and need to report to the EPA if a car is re-gassed often?

any truth in this?

Depends on which gas is used
I love my car. Buy your own



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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In victoria ,i was told they keep a log of re gassing cars,and need to report to the EPA if a car is re-gassed often?

any truth in this?

Not that I've heard.

But I don't do a/c. I sub it to experts that are licenced and only charge a fair price.

There is a system conditioner/additive I use at services. It also has a shot of gas in it. It works superbly to seal porous hoses and fix minor leaks



Offline robertb

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Not that I've heard.

But I don't do a/c. I sub it to experts that are licenced and only charge a fair price.

There is a system conditioner/additive I use at services. It also has a shot of gas in it. It works superbly to seal porous hoses and fix minor leaks
i might talk to you as i suspect the RR has an issue.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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i might talk to you as i suspect the RR has an issue.
take it to a RR expert. I wouldnt know where to start!



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