On routine handling tests, the car displays a left thrust issue which de-stabilises the car on hard acceleration or braking.
Investigation into the common causes (tyre, geometry, corner loadings) results show no reason for the issue.
The limited slip differential is known to cause this issue if faulty. The report recommends to the client that the lsd be inspected by Porsche and compared to factory specifications. Further, that the rear wheel/tyres are substituted for known good tyres, as this is the common culprit responsible for the issue.
The 1989 black Targa G50, is now much more supple, with lighter steering effort required, which is what we agreed you should try to achieve. In short, you have totally transformed the driving experience and it is now an absolute joy to drive, and ...
Definitely the best £350 we've ever spent on our Porsche's
Just like to say say we had a fantastic day on Monday with Chris, Pete and Holly setting up out cars the way they should be. Chris and Pete are magicians, the best in the business. We could have chatted to them all day, it truly wa...