Is this considered highly desirable? Mine also has the sports bucket seats, PDK w/sports crono package and the moving xenon headlights.Finally found a peridot green R, perfectly optioned (none except A/C and radio). Phone snap with BBS CH-R wheels.
I usually like silver wheels but here I prefer the black, they seem to go with the car. I had the BBSs as track wheels for a Cayman GTS and they have just slightly more aggressive offset, maybe 5mm, than the Spyder wheels, and look great to me.Sweet. Even sexier on the factory wheels. Congrats on the find!
PSE is certainly nice and better sounding than the 'plain' OEM exhaust. However, considering the high cost (I think it was a $3200 option), I would have preferred to use the $3200 to buy an aftermarket system of my choice.Hey, DJM glad to hear you say that about the PSE. I thought about retrofitting one when I got the car but have been thinking that I really like the OEM exhaust as it is. It definitely sounds deeper and better than the exhaust on my Boxster S. If I can ask, what does the PSE one sound like when you open up the baffle? I had the PSA on my 981 Cayman GTS and I really liked it, but there Porsche also added the fake but fun overrev burbles and pops.
I have 6 points on both my seats (LWB); harness bar is an easy install, sub bars are simple bolt-in affairs. No need to disable airbags.Yeah, but I need a harness bar and an airbag cutoff switch if I go that route. I've been down that path before, I don't think it will happen in this car.