Why can't you communicate with Porsche of North America?
I think he means that telling PCNA about what he's doing may lead to instant warranty denial for any engine +/- drivetrain related issues. Engine, sure, but any other remotely related items could possibly be denied coverage - at least that's what OP may be afraid of (and I can respect that). Besides, what does he stand to gain? Raby is doing the engine work and it's not like Porsche will step in and pay for going to 4.2 L because of the missing o-ring.I'm not sure I understand the obvious reasons you aren't able to inform PCNA. Can you say more??
Any new updates on your car?Update:
So those of you that have been following this prolonged build will know that the car has been away for over a year. I knew going into this it was going to be a bit of project. No major surprises or issues. Jake has been great to work with. I have a fun daily driver so I haven't been totally deprived while the Cayman is gone. I know Jake is not a big fan of posting on forums but I felt I had to share some feedback on the experience. Going into this I was weighing the options of a turbo kit vs. motor swap vs. a big bore conversion. We are nearing completion. Going with Fabspeed headers and high flow cats. Staying with the stock PSE muffler. Jake has posted the dyno at this point on facebook so I feel comfortable sharing. He is holding off tuning until we get the headers installed. Here is the dyno graph: check out that torque curve-I will be eating up rear tires for sure.