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  1. Tiptronic questions

    Porsche must have gotten it wrong, I swear they are releasing their most ‘driver focussed’ vehicles as manuals these days... Too bad for those lap times eh
  2. Cayman S exhaust flange bolts size

    The dealer should sell you the bolts at the parts desk for a few quid. The job is an absolute pig to do though even with the right air/power tools.
  3. Cayman S 3.4 engine reliability

    987 is the Cayman and Boxster post 2005 986 was the original Boxster
  4. Cayman S 3.4 engine reliability

    You only need to change it once on a M96 engine. It’s not really an issue on the M97 engine. Not a choice you’d have to make for a Cayman mind...
  5. Minor Website Upgrades

    We can bring it back... Didnt want too much clutter on the front page, but if the consensus says it worked then i’m happy to
  6. Remap options

    Be interesting to see what you end up with following a tune. I have to say, any decent Porsche tuner worth their salt will certainly recommend changing the exhaust on these cars before mapping particularly if you've spent all that money on the inlet side, if they don't they just want your cash. Which exhausts have you tried that drone?
  7. Should I be Concerned?

    Geek is top tier - it's a good thing, it means you've reached 20 'likes', the varying degrees of reputation are; 20 - Geek 10 - Good 0 - Neutral -10 Poor -20 Piss Poor The forum ranks based on your number of posts are different; Newbie Member Established Member Senior Member Cayman Master
  8. Water pump failure on track

    That's bad luck! Glad you weren't too stranded though. I'm sure other forum members will have a bit more to add on the replacement part though
  9. Porsche Cayman GT4 with Fabspeed Race Headers Screams Out a Memorable Drive TIP? 23 March 2017, 22:10 GMT · BY ANDREI TUTU Not all that many people feel the need to improve a Porsche Cayman GT4, but, for those who don't belong in this category, it's reassuring to know that the aftermarket offers tons of solutions. The majority of GT4s drivers who take their Porschas down the tuning route do it for aural reasons and one of the most vicious-sounding setups out there comes from Fabspeed Motorsport. The Pennsylvania-based developer offers multiple exhaust setups for the Neunelfer-engined Cayman and we're here to talk about the most extreme. This features a set of race headers, along with a vavletronic exhaust and we'll start with the first piece of hardware. The catless long tube headers mean this setup is destined for play outside public roads. The goodie also works as a brief trip to the gym, for instance delivering up to 18 hp and 15 lb-ft of twist at 6,300 rpm. as for the low-end gains, the most impressive values come at 3,700 rpm, adding 27 hp and 38 lb-ft of torque - note that all these values are measured at the wheels, so they're between 10 and 15 percent greater than the crank horsepower numbers that are usually used to describe outputs. On the weight reduction from, the custom setup is 10 lbs friendlier to the scale than the one it replaces and this is also a good moment to mention that the system is built of stainless steel. All the tech details mentioend above are fine, but there's nothing like real-world experience to showcase the sharper attitude of the Porsche Cayman GT4 mentioned here. And that's exactly what you'll find in the piece of footage below. This clip delivers a sweet GT4 drive, albeit one that takes place on the street. However, note that the valvetronic muffler means that, at the touch of the button, the driver can make this mid-engined Porsche less of a screamer.
  10. Porsche Cayman GT4 with Fabspeed Race Headers Screams Out a Memorable Drive TIP? 23 March 2017, 22:10 GMT · BY ANDREI TUTU Not all that many people feel the need to improve a Porsche Cayman GT4, but, for those who don't belong in this category, it's reassuring to know that the aftermarket offers tons of solutions. The majority of GT4s drivers who take their Porschas down the tuning route do it for aural reasons and one of the most vicious-sounding setups out there comes from Fabspeed Motorsport. The Pennsylvania-based developer offers multiple exhaust setups for the Neunelfer-engined Cayman and we're here to talk about the most extreme. This features a set of race headers, along with a vavletronic exhaust and we'll start with the first piece of hardware. The catless long tube headers mean this setup is destined for play outside public roads. The goodie also works as a brief trip to the gym, for instance delivering up to 18 hp and 15 lb-ft of twist at 6,300 rpm. as for the low-end gains, the most impressive values come at 3,700 rpm, adding 27 hp and 38 lb-ft of torque - note that all these values are measured at the wheels, so they're between 10 and 15 percent greater than the crank horsepower numbers that are usually used to describe outputs. On the weight reduction from, the custom setup is 10 lbs friendlier to the scale than the one it replaces and this is also a good moment to mention that the system is built of stainless steel. All the tech details mentioend above are fine, but there's nothing like real-world experience to showcase the sharper attitude of the Porsche Cayman GT4 mentioned here. And that's exactly what you'll find in the piece of footage below. This clip delivers a sweet GT4 drive, albeit one that takes place on the street. However, note that the valvetronic muffler means that, at the touch of the button, the driver can make this mid-engined Porsche less of a screamer. View full record
  11. Welcome to the new look CaymanOC.com website

    Should be ok, let us know if the problem persists your end
  12. No sound when ipod connected

    Obvious advice perhaps....but have you updated the software on the iPod? Rebooted it and reconnected it? Have you got a friend with a different iPod/iPhone you can try?