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  1. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    No way. I’d spend every waking hour cleaning them!
  2. n3ophyte

    Does anyone have 22” wheels not lowered

    I’m on 22” Rotiform FRA wheels. My Turbo S is not lowered. Not sure I understand your question as the wheel diameter including the tyre is maintained at 28”. Same as my original 21” Mission E Design wheels.
  3. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    Quite possibly but will require a fixing mechanism. Will investigate when I have time.
  4. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    Because the dealer wants over £900 just to supply the sensors. Thank you :)
  5. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    With the PCCBs fitted I’m finding the wheels simply wipe clean with a detailing spray. However, I did coat them with this from new as it works great on the rest of the car.
  6. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    I would if I actually cared what the OEM wheels weighed. But I don’t!:CWL:
  7. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    The 12” Rotiform rears weigh 36.35 lbs and the 10” fronts weigh 33.48 lbs. I’m afraid I can’t find any published information on the weight of the 21” Mission E Design wheels. I don’t have any scales to measure my originals either.
  8. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    Hmm, I bought Huf Baolong Intellisens as they are the OEM supplier of TPMS sensors to Porsche. I could have used Autel MX-Sensors and programmed them myself but decided not to:confused:
  9. n3ophyte

    One step closer to that Mission E Concept look

    Finally managed to source and fit a set of 22” Rotiform FRA wheels for my Turbo S. These are a staggered width fitment (12” rears and 10” fronts) riding on Michelin Pilot Sport 4S rubber (335/25R22 rears 285/30R22 fronts). Ride comfort is fine in all suspension settings but I may drop pressures...
  10. n3ophyte

    Submarine Taycan in flood waters

    Longitudinal then.
  11. n3ophyte

    Soooo… why no green brake caliper option?

    Doh, I should have looked at your avatar :rolleyes: I’m pretty sure painting your callipers won’t be worth the expense. I was going to paint my PCCB callipers the traditional yellow but decided to keep them OEM black as supplied for that Stormtrooper look.
  12. n3ophyte

    Soooo… why no green brake caliper option?

    What colour is the rest of your car? 🤔
  13. n3ophyte

    Redshift Performance Intro - Taycan ECU Performance Packages

    Ah good point! I hadn’t thought of that :facepalm:
  14. n3ophyte

    Redshift Performance Intro - Taycan ECU Performance Packages

    I think we both misunderstood each other. I was simply suggesting Redshift or their German counterparts could publish actual power and torque figures for their tunes the way ICE tuners do here in the UK. I‘m not suggesting individuals should disclose their results due to the warranty concerns...
  15. n3ophyte

    Redshift Performance Intro - Taycan ECU Performance Packages

    My car after the stage 4.25 tune. I was present when the dyno runs were undertaken too …
  16. n3ophyte

    Redshift Performance Intro - Taycan ECU Performance Packages

    I’m sure you’re right but physical measurement beats theoretical in my book. I received a nice dyno graph with my stage 4.25 GT-R tune which I still cherish:cool:
  17. n3ophyte

    Redshift Performance Intro - Taycan ECU Performance Packages

    Thanks @keithta It’s a shame Redshift don’t provide simple before and after dyno charts for their tune. I’d be all over it with such compelling proof. Claiming 800+ bhp without dyno evidence doesn't build consumer confidence :( Very much looking forward to your butt dyno results👍
  18. n3ophyte

    "Porsche's Skunkworks Built the Taycan Turbo GT" - Article

    So the “Skunkworks” department are simply experts at chucking stuff away? Apart from the silicon carbide inverter I don’t see anything novel in their efforts 🤷‍♂️
  19. n3ophyte

    Rear Spoiler

    See this post https://www.taycanforum.com/forum/threads/spoiler.1859/#post-24168
  20. n3ophyte

    Depreciation of the 2025 Taycan

    Surely the new Electric Macan will hurt sales of the facelift Taycan? After all, the original Taycan was the only Porsche EV available during the first 4 years of its life.


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