Hi, I've had my 2009 (2008 model Gen1) 2.7 Cayman for a month now and everything is fine apart from I get the feeling that the wheel is ever so slightly off centre when driving straight, ie I'm steering slightly to the right. The car came from an official Porsche Centre, I've had a four wheel alignment check done myself and I've spoken to the previous owner.
I am wondering whether it is the large 19" wheels tracking the camber of the UK roads or could it be something as simple as a perception thing as I think it's true to say that the wheel is not in the centre of the driving seat so you don't look at it straight on anyway. When driving straight, the wheel is about 5mm off horizontal.
I do have a nagging doubt as my car has the aluminium look package which means the steering wheel has painted sections and because they were a bit chipped, the dealer had the wheel taken off and repainted. I would have thought though that the splines on the steering column would be coarse enough such that if the wheel was not replaced correctly, the off centre amount would be greater.
As the title of the thread says, perhaps I'm just going mad.