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  1. It's the nature of the sport mode. It's kind of self explanatory. Be mindful that the car is essentially in eco mode until you press that or the sport plus button.
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  2. over the years i have had macans from the dealer as loaners..........sport mode was the ONLY way to safely pull out onto the road ,i did burn through 20 dollars of fuel in 2 days though lol
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  3. New ‘toys’ just arrived to keep me busy this wknd. really looking forward to feeling the difference with the slotted Sebro discs and Brembo sport pads vs drilled sebro discs and textar pads I’ve used the previous 3 years, especially at Silverstone next month 🏎🤪 the Brembo pads look so shiny-silver cool and are so beautifully packaged that I may not fit them at, rather I’ll just display them on the rear passenger shelf instead.... 🤩😁
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  4. Not sure if you can get them other than through OPC. Spyder springs are slightly different I believe.
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  5. I’ve had my 987.1 S for just over 2 years with all the extras. I find the PASM when on is a little too hard on the 19” wheels and the sport button does make a little difference. I only use the car at weekends and was driving once a week to work (50 miles round trip) before C-19 kicked in. Mine did suffer from bore wear and had a complete engine rebuild including steel liners so will not suffer again. Got the car back just before lockdown so took ages to run in. But now done and had oil and filter changed. I must say she is a different car. Much more responsive and sounds amazing. Covered over
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  6. 2009 987 Porsche Boxster Cayman - Service and Technical Information SIT your welcome 😉
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  7. Can't help with the workshop manual I'm afraid, but generally the Caymans, Boxsters and Carreras are all very similar in their service schedule requirements. To be honest, it's the wear and tear items you want to check really, suspension and radiators/condensers being the more costly items. – 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 Porsche 911 (997.2) Carrera / Carrera S, 4, 4S (NOT for 997.1 versions neither for 997.2 GT3, GT2 and Turbo) – 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 Porsche Boxster/Cayman normal and S models (987 and 987c) Oil Change Every 10,000 miles (15,000 km) or 1 year
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