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P&C 987 Cayman Gen II


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Hey guys


After having the car for one month I am starting to get some work / upgrades done.

Thanks to everyone that commented / helped with soem questions around performance upgrades. Reading the forum has been great!


The car is a 6-speed 2.9 shy of 50k miles, black with grey interior, no PASM and no nav 


First, a couple photos of when I bought her






This is my father's car I grew up with 



This is the direction I am taking





She is going to Revolution Porsche to get a set of Bilstein B8 and HR springs installed. in the end I decided to skip the Cayman R setup. Also, I did not feel like going coilover right away for budget reasons, and also because I don't feel I have the technical understanding or skill on track to justify a more "pro" setup (yet). In the future, she might get a fully adjustable Tarett Racing setup kit.


Planned upcoming work:


- Fit "Porsche" Matt Grey side decals & black sunstrip (thanks @crafty1)

- Fit DS2500 Ferodo pads, GT3 Master Cylinder, grooved front discs & Steel brake lines (thanks @Draven)

- Fit Spyder Tailpipes

- Fit FUCHS  18" RSR wheels (they are very light at about 7-8kg per wheel!)

- Fit silver & black bonnet emblem



The tail pipes just arrived today- was lucky to find some used one for very cheap via a breaker

Here the before pics

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P&C - look forward to see how your turns out


Like your old mans 911, mine had a blue 2.7 with impact bumpers... 


Loving the Fuchs too, should look very cool when all done 

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