Ready for the Races!
LSD - check
Track wheels and tires - check
harness bar - check
GT3 seats - check
harness - check
sponsor graphic - check
We are ready to race!
If you are going to do GT3 seats, do it right, color coordinate!
Wow, does that look good.
Good luck on the track
Now all we need is a quick jockey...enjoy it looks ready as it can be.
Damn, that looks slick. Do us proud!
that is one sweet ride. wheres the supercharger and springs
cant wait to see it at vegas!
HP is irrelevant
K – Your CS is looking very serious, and with your new LSD riding seriously also, way cool.
Damn looks like you put some serious coin into your toy
'07 Porsche Cayman S: de-snorked... more mods to come. '05 Dodge Magnum RT: catback, high-flow cats, custom intake, projector headlights, SC FlashPaq, custom suspension... and on and on.
do those graphics stay on all the time? that's a lot of yellow! Which LSD did you put in?
BBS RS-GT lightweights, 18", I forget the depths but a little wider than stock. I've been very pleased with these wheels and they are light but this week at Imagine Auto I picked up a set of DyMag Carbon Fiber wheels and they weighed like 5lbs, it was sick! I think the set was $7-8K, the titanium bolts alone were $800'ish. They are going on Stephen's 997 Turbo.
Originally Posted by Kman Dreamer
No supercharger, I haven't decided what I will do engine-wise if anything in the future since I can't have the GT3 motor.
Originally Posted by sapple89
I am not doing springs, I am doing the Bilstein PSS Damptronic system for PASM. My set is in and sitting at Bilstein in Los Angeles awaiting engineer approval to be released to me. I was bummed that I didn't have it for this event, but maybe my next event I can try that out...
Looks awesome, and i'm sure it drives even better!
07 Cayenne Turbo S
06 Cayman S - sold
Yesterday I found out why LSD would be great.
Nice car man.
Dispatch from K-Man S:
The LSD is tracking extremely well- at least 3 seconds better on his circuit early today. So far he is passing everything in his path including vipers, C6 vettes, and a 996 GT3 that couldn't shake him and had to let him go by. He pulled out of corner so strong that the C6 couldn't catch up all the way down the straight. More to come when he gets home and starts typing...
Whoo-wee. I'm getting all lathered up and can't wait for my AX tomorrow.
What no yellow calipers? Very nice have fun.
Black 2012 Cayman R
White 01 Ford Ranger
Blue 73 914
Looks absolutely serious! Can't wait to see first hand posts on the LSD. Got my Quaife Monday and looking for an installer. Great to hear the Bilsteins for PASM are out.
Your Cay is a trip.
My first question is how are the GT3 seats? I am wondering how comfortable they might be for cross country trips?
The BBS look great. In fact, your ride in yellow is one of the most inspiring. I sure like the seats in yellow as well. Now, about those brakes . . .
Why can't you have a 3.8L? It seems as though maybe you should have gone with a F-L GTR and just gotten it all done and over with. But then, it seems that you enjoy making this a project car in evolution.
It sure is some "project car!"
About those wheels made from carbon fibre. Now, those sound like pure indulgence!
Back from teh track, will post a recap after dinner. Family calls!
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