Dougle_turbo Posted September 27, 2021 Share Posted September 27, 2021 (edited) Porsche Cayman 987.2 S Manual Registration - November 2010 Current Mileage 96,090 2 previous keepers, 2 keys Carrera White, black interior with body coloured console details. I purchased the car in September 2018 from a sports car specialist. It had a very nice specification from new which includes the Cayman R 19’ alloys wheels and black pack (black painted mirrors and side intakes) I have further enhanced the car with some substantial upgrades. Standard features: Cruise control, PCM with iPhone plug in, telephone module for PCM, PASM, short shift kit. Upgrades:Engine/drivetrain: IPD competition intake. GT3 throttle body. BMC air filter. Carnewal GT sports exhaust. Rolling road remap by DMS automotive to 370BHP (print out available). Limited slip differential. New shifter cables (Spring 2020). 3rd radiator installed to front. All coolant pipes changed April 2020. Brakes: GT3 Master cylinder. Sebro front rotors. DS2500 front pads. Braided lines front and rear RBF660 fluid GT3 brake cooling ducts.Suspension/Tyres: Elephant racing adjustable front control arms front. EuroCup GT adjustable front toe arms. Elephant racing adjustable rear control arms. Elephant racing adjustable rear toe arms. H&R adjustable rear ARB H&R front ARB 5mm front wheel spacers. Michelin PS4S all round Full suspension set up/check by Chris @ Center Gravity Dec 2020Body: OEM Porsche Cayman R rear wing. GT3 smile vent. Interior. Full leather (not the pleather ones) Recaro Pole position ABE seats, lightweight Recaro mounts + sliding seat brackets with two sets of cushions – 1 set is the original leather, the second is fully bespoke with Harris Tweed cloth. RSS harness bar. Schroth 6 point harness on drivers side. As you can see from the list above the car wants for nothing and is equally happy on the road as it is on track. It has been maintained to a very high standard during my ownership, oil changes every year along with servicing etc. The spark plugs were changed in 2020 and the car has no faults as far as I’m aware. The clutch was changed in 2019 and the LSD went in last year. The car will come with a good amount of spare parts along with any original parts removed from the car (except the seats), along with a stack of paperwork/receipts etc. It really is a sensational car to drive now, and will run rings round most things out there, but it’s time to scratch the 911 itch. £24,500 ono 07540 058 446 - Doug. Edited October 19, 2021 by Dougle_turbo 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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