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  • 2 months later...

Anglesey last Saturday with PCGB ...


Michelin PS Cup 2`s


Front camber 1` with zero toe - Rear camber 1`55`` with 0.06`` toe




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... replaced with a 981 Cayman S PDK.


Enjoyed our 8,000 miles together but after being impressed as a road and track passenger in a 718 Cayman S PDK decided to investigate a change. Tested both the 718 Boxster and Cayman S`s, enjoyed the handling but could not live with the soundtrack, less so the exhaust note ... more so the engine related `clatter & whirring` behind one`s head.


The Boxster had done 3k, the confidence inspiring handling was a joy. The Cayman had done 9k and was quite disappointing, whilst the front end was much as the Boxster`s there was `something` strange happening at the rear. Just didn`t feel right, the P Zero`s were down to ~ 4mm with maybe incorrect pressures ?  


So, in looking for 718 handling and six cylinder vocals ... found the 981. 

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Another white car ... 


Late 2013, 11,000 miles, Sport - Sport Plus - Sports Exhaust - Sport Design wheel, PASM, 20" Carrera S wheels in gloss black, Cruise, Seat Heating ... etc.


Feels so much more `communicative` than the R i.e softer - more grip ... very subjective I know but coupled with the PDK makes for a superb package. One could almost call it the 981 !


R was on Michelin PS 2`s whereas the S is on Pirelli P Zero NO`s.



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