andygo Posted April 28, 2021 Share Posted April 28, 2021 Just wondered what the real world driving/living with differences are between the two versions are. I understand the differences in spec, but what actual difference does it make to handling etc. I say this as an owner of a 22,000 mile old 2010 Cayman S and am intrigued as to what is so much better that justifies such a price hike for the R. If I spend £1500 on all new R springs and dampers, am I pretty much there on the dynamics? I guess this is a question for someone who has experience of driving both versions in the UK. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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