Re: What Should the Next Mod Be?
I would go for a Top Gear UK very inexpensive long tube header connected to your choice of muffler. (Please see Cayman/Boxster modifications bottom of page 3). That will give you about as good of sound as there is from these cars. I have a Milltek that sounds wonderful. I see that you have both the Numeric shifter and cables, which means you like to shift. Using your shifting skills and the manual transmission when ever the notion comes along is perfect way to take your mind to another level for a few seconds whenever you feel the need. The exhaust just magnify that feeling.
New paint products are now coming out that allows you to wax easily after your wash, almost to a point where the film is not necessary, just washing and applying. I know as I have a black car and worse, no shade to wash, but still get compliments regarding the paint and look of the car from PCA autocrossers. There is a lot of activity in the detail section of P9 now regarding using form cannon for not much money. They do work well with the liquid gloss and thick drying towel is the latest method from Griot's Garage.
Last edited by Apex1; 08-16-2019 at 10:26 PM.
2007 SC, Bi Xenon, roof rack, red tail light kit, Ohlins R&T, Tarett Cup LCA's f&r, Tarett GT sway bars, down links, Elephant toe & bump steer links f&r, r toe locker plates, f frame camber slotted mounts, Pedro's TechnoBrace, Racing Dynamics f strut brace, Function First orange motor mount insert, Numeric short shifter & cables, GT3 throttle body & Agency Power Plenum, EVOMS V-flow Intake, Softronic ECU flash, Soul long tube catless headers, Milltek Muffler & tips, GT2 brake ducts f&r, Signature SV104 forged monoblock Black Chrome Powder coated 18 race wheels, RE71R's tires, Forged monoblock Titan 7 TS-5/ Hoosier A7's, LN deep 2 Qt sump & skid plate, Porsche MotorSports AOS.