Ah, yes....I do believe there is a difference in the aluminum bar itself.
Thanks. As long as the foam fits that's all I care about.The only difference in the aluminum impact bar is where the tow hook hole is located. You don't have to swap it, but then the hole in the bumper cover and the impact bar won't align by an inch or so.
The aluminium impact bars are different, for the GT4: Impact Bar - Porsche (981-505-121-80) comes with foam, for the GTS: Impact Bar - Porsche (981-505-121-02) comes with foam.Thanks. I know they are of a different shape but my specific question was if the GT4 one fits the S/GTS impact bar because I am not sure if the aluminum impact bars are different as well. Thanks.
Hi Guys, has anyone got this parts number list for the GT4 front bumper swap? Many thanks.Thanks Westcoaster & Futurz - thanks for both your inputs.
Due to my impatience, I have asked the Porsche workshop if they are willing to do this for me.
Westcoaster - the service advisor has raised concerns regarding modifications required to make this work. I've told him if they follow the factory SOP as for a GT4 layout, using Porsche OEM parts, this should be a "remove & replace" job.... How can I phrase it in such a way that they would understand? Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated. How long shoyld this process take?
Futurz - the helpful list from you, are the GT4 fender lines excluded from the list?
Hi did you sell the GT4 radiator and A/C lines? Do you have the part numbers required for this complete swap on a Cayman GTS 2015. CheersI decided to delete my AC so there are a couple of AC lines that are unique to the GT4 setup that are different. I have those lines available that I can sell for a lot less money than what the dealership will charge.
i also have the center GT4 radiator which is still in very good shape. I decided to replace all my radiators with high-efficiency types.
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Obviously your choice but at this stage of the game with the real possibility of buying a 2016 GT4 for decent money I would recommend that route over modifying your GTS. For the most part other than a larger radiator you will only be adding cosmetic parts, you won't have the engine, suspension or rear aero of the GT4 and IMHO reduce the value of your car...Hi have you got the parts number list for the GT4 front bumper swap? Many thanks.
Try this link and let me know, I tried to attach the file but the forum didn't like the file extension: BumperThanks for your reply, I am in 2 minds about the conversion. I have a friend that can get the parts at trade price for me so the whole thing will be around €4000 painted.
The GTS is my daily driver and its PDK with PASM, carbon trim and all the extras in Agate grey. I dont want a manual but I do understand your point of view. If I was to sell the GTS I would take the GT4 bits off and sell them separately.
Do you have the part numbers? Cheers
Yes a lot of parts but your suspension and engine will still be GTS.It opened in Excel fine, thank you.
Its a lot of parts and you say its not going to be a GT4
I thought my signal lights would work, what is different?