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  1. 718 Chat
    I've been asked by several people if I am ordering the new GT4 and the answer is simply No. I would just say No, but everyone wants reasons, so here are some of MY reason (don't have to apply to anyone else) and in no particular order. 1) The 4.0L engine does not rev as quickly as the older...
  2. 981 Chat
    ...If this photo is to be believed. And no, that's not my car. Happy new year everyone!
  3. 981 Cayman and Boxster Modifications
    So, it's become a busy field in the world of 981 aftermarket race headers. There are more than 1/2 dozen prominent companies producing them and I'm trying to get a little more detail on what to expect from each without getting too caught up in the marketing. Here's where I'm at with the pool...
  4. 981 Cayman and Boxster Modifications
    So I've been browsing past threads about the Carnewal modifications to the OE 981 exhaust. However, I can't seem to find any facts when it come to the following: 1) Weight saved 2) HP gained A ton of talk about the sound improvements but nothing on the weight difference or if any HP was...
  5. 987 Cayman and Boxster Chat
    Im beginning to go off the deep end :hilarious: Since im only using my car for quick stints around town and an occasional track day here and there, Im seriously considering removing the entire top, motors, and all mechanisms related to it. Ive already acquired a water-proof tonneau cover for...
  6. 981 Boxster Spyder Chat
    Within the next two weeks I'll be getting the Spyder weighed, full fluids, with no extra equipment stashed away. I'll also be getting the wheels weighed (without wheel weights or tire), with center caps removed. Info will be posted here in this thread. So unlike the Cayman GTS which I...
  7. 987 Cayman and Boxster Chat
    Hi, I have a 2008 Cayman DE1. As many of you know they came stock with 19" turbo wheels made for Cayman fitment. I have been searching to figure out what the stock weight is but, haven't been able to find anything. Does anyone know the weight? Also, anyone know if they are really forged...
  8. 981 Chat
    There is a lot nice to be said about the Cayman S, the Cayman GTS, the GT4. The stats for my base Cayman from Porsche show it to be comparably slow; the stats on have 0-60 MPH at 5.4 seconds and that is exceeded only by some base Cayenne and Panamerica configurations. At 2888 lbs...
  9. 987 Cayman and Boxster Chat
    Most 06 - 07 cayman owners who are the original purchaser probably know about or have encountered the trunk clunk problem where the counter weight rattles in the rear trunk lid. Most were fixed by dealers after owners brought it up but mine was never fixed and its getting more annoying each time...
  10. Porsche Tires & Wheels
    From Santa (or rather Mrs. Claus)! Previous wheels were Sport Technos weighing in at 25.1 lbs. front and 28.2 lbs rear. These represent a significant weight loss at 20.1 lbs front and 24 lbs rear. Weight was measured unscientifically by me standing on a scale with and without the wheels...
  11. 981 Boxster Spyder Chat
    Does anyone have the weight specs for the 2016 Boxster Spyder wheels? Porsche markets them as "lightweight" so I am trying to find out exactly what that means.
  12. 981 Cayman and Boxster Modifications
    Which brand is best? Considering factors are design strength, adjustability, weight. Suspension gurus please chime in. :)
  13. 981 Cayman and Boxster Service and Tech
    I am close to taking my Cayman on a trip. So I decided to install a set of Porsche Locking Lug Bolts on my rims so that I do not wake up to find my Cayman on blocks and all four rims/tires missing...:eek: The Porsche Website lists part number "WHT 006 980 C" as the correct part number for a...
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