Arsène Devos Posted September 6, 2020 Share Posted September 6, 2020 This thread has been done over and over again with the 987.1 3.4 vs 987.2 2.9, and we all know the answer to that, any 987.2 is more reliable than 987.1. I am wondering what the reliability difference would be between the Cayman S and the Cayman of the same generation (II). If I recall correctly, I saw someone say that the 3.4 has more reliability problems because a 3.4 really "pushes it" regarding the limited mid-engined air intake/cooling. Is he correct? What's your take on it? I personally prioritize reliability much more than those extra horses and pounds, I owned an A6 Allroad 272 hp figured that a 2.9 265 hp in a lighter and more aerodynamical car would be more than enough to have fun with both on the road and on the tracks (like nurburgring, if you don't agree youtube "miata nurburgring"), though if the reliability is exactly the same I wouldn't say no either. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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