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CaymanOC T-shirts - Order Now!
We are now taking pre-orders for OC t-shirts.  All products are available to view in the store, but orders must be confirmed here:  
 
https://www.caymanoc.com/forums/topic/1533-caymanoc-t-shirts/?tab=comments#comment-13677
 
Designs available will include 987, Cayman R, 981, GT4 and 718.  
 
Order now to avoid disappointment 👍  
 
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2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
The next-gen GT4 has been spotted testing at Monza in CS guise.  As we reported earlier in the year, the 2019 car will get a 4.0-litre borrowed from the 911 GT3 which is expected to deliver in excess of 400hp.  
 
The road going version's spec is still yet to be unveiled...PDK, Manual, PDK AND Manual....watch this space.  For now, enjoy the video! 
 
 
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Testing the water for Club T-shirts
Latest draft designs for the T-shirts!

 
http://www.caymanoc.com/forums/topic/1282-caymanoc-t-shirts/
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Millers oil - which grade?
Annual oil change. Reading/has advice that worth switching to something thicker. It’s on 70k and has used Mobil One 0W40. 
 
these millers oils seem to get talked about. . Are they worth it?  Not cheap. Which grade should I use? I’ve read 5W40 and also 10w50. But which product?  Seems a little complex. The Millers CFS 5W40 says it’s for competition use and short duration. That doesn’t sound suitable. Or is that the one people use?
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Cayman Gen2 Headlight Bulbs
Best headlight bulbs for 987 Gen 2 Cayman?
 
 
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Cayman Breakfast Meet Shuttleworth - 21st October
Ok you beautiful people, the October Breakfast  Meet is confirmed 
 
Location: The Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden, Bedfordshire  
 
Date: 21st October 
 
Time: 9am
 
Entrance to the site, parking and restaurant will be free.  
 
Full cooked English breakfast is £7.95 - and I can confirm is very nice! 
 
Entrance to the collection is the usual price and worth seeing if you’ve not been before.  
 
It’s a great location with an active airfield and museum and gardens etc.  Look forward to seeing you there!
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Show us a pic then
Right guys, post a pic of your Cayman please, as it will help put cars to owners 
Cheers dunc
 
My 2 favourite pics I took lately 
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Cayman Double-Din Fitment
Has anybody fitted an aftermarket double-din head unit to their 987? I’m so fed up with my original item now and would like more connectivity options etc.  Best adapters and harnesses to use etc? 
 
Im thinking the Pioneer look pretty good.  
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981 owner & car needed for magazine feature
I’ve been asked by a well known UK car magazine if I can muster up a willing owner to offer up their 981 (2.7 or 3.4) for a photo shoot for a magazine feature.
 
Would have to be available for this Friday near Peterborough. 
 
Great opportunity to have your car in a magazine! 
 
Many takers?  
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Broken  / Snapped Exhaust Manifold Bolts
Hi all,
 
I know there have been a number of posts before and 987's are known for breaking the manifold bolts. I had heard of  Stomski Racing jig, but at $342 isn't cheap for a tool used hopefully only once.
 
However, I have seen a company in the UK that you can rent the tool at £50 inc VAT +  £150 deposit
http://www.porschetistuds.co.uk/shop/4593805100/stomski-jig-rental/11171676
 
Don't know if you guys have rented or used this before?
 
 
Cheers
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Regular OC Cayman & Coffee Meet
We're looking to arrange a regular weekend meet probably at the Super Sausage for now but location can be flexible going forward.  
 
I thought i'd put out the feelers for people's preference on 2 things; 
 
1. Frequency (i.e. monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly) 
2. Preference on day, so Saturday or Sunday basically. 
 
Once i've got a decent amount of feedback then we'll go live and it'll be in the diary for ever more   
 
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Where has Beanoir been...
Gunning it round the alps that’s where! 😎
 
So I have absolutely decided that the M5 is not anywhere near as fun as my Cayman (s) have been up in the mountain roads.  The long journey down however was definitely best done in the M5 - horses for courses.  Speaking of horses, I saw Donkey sausages in a supermarket in Lake Como today...yes Donkey! 
 

 
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Horn and Steering wheel controls not working
Hi my horn and steering  wheel controls have stopped working. I have checked fuses but can't find anything that is out. Has anyone got any idea's what it could be?
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Noise at crawling speed from front
Morning Chaps,
 
This is really starting to do my head in and any suggestions as to potential diagnosis would be gratefully received. I have a 2007 2.7 manual Cayman. At crawling speed in gear and out of gear I get a tinny clunking (as if a rod or something similar was tapping the sub-frame) from under the front of the car and its intermittent but more often than not, depending on the road surface I guess. Anyway, in order to rectify the problem which I thought was correctly diagnosed but evidently not, the anti-roll bushes, lower suspension arms(Coffin arms) and tuning forks have been changed (as an aside the steering since has improved greatly) but I've still got that frustrating sound at low speed and its driving me nuts.
 
Any ideas guys please?
 
Cheers
 
Stu
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PCGB Yorkshire Porsche Festival
Once again Lotherton Hall will ring to the sounds of 100s of Porsche engines.  Come along and join Leeds based specialist Strasse and Specialist Cars of Malton to enjoy the displays, concours, trade village, live music or just the car park.  
Strasse will have the bar open and a hog roast available with all proceeds going to Charity, yet to be announced.
The concours is open to both R7 members and members visiting from other Regions.  Entry forms will available in June.
Entry to the event is open to everyone, members and non-members alike.  Advanced tickets can be purchased HERE at £6 per car.   You can pay on the day, but this will be at Lotherton Hall's standard entry prices of £7.50 per adult and £3.75 per child.
Your entry fee not only gets you into the event but access to all the facilities at Lotherton Hall.
Gates open at 10.00am.
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Training Day at Millbrook
Hi all
 
I just recently done a Perfomance Driver Club day at Millbrook with CAT Driver Training and had an absolute blast.
 
I am looking for anyone interested in a Cornering Masterclass day -- will get prices and dates availability, meanwhile here some info
 
 
Cornering Masterclass Day
Enjoyed the Performance Driver 'Track' Day and would like to progress to the next stage advancing your skills further? Or perhaps you're not getting the most from your track days, and would like to hone your performance driving skills in a safe and challenging environment? Through presentations and demonstrations in our cars, and nurtured training sessions in your car our instructors will guide you through a structured, fun and exciting training experience, dissecting the cornering process to a professional level. Polarised training designed to galvanise the relationship between minimised driver input and vehicle stability, with presentations in advanced vehicle dynamics and motor industry exercises designed to challenge both you and your car.
 
A full day experience for you and your car:
Professional in car tuition
Access to your favourite circuits
Professional motor industry training exercises
Lunch and refreshments throughout the day
Full emergency services on hand all day
Exclusive facilities
1 hours 40 mins driving time with your personal instructor
 
Member Prices
TBC
 
CAT Driver Training info
CAT Driver Training is run by Colin and Jo Hoad. Colin used to work for a leading motor manufacturer in the UK as a Vehicle Evaluator and Driver Trainer and has gained extensive experience and qualifications in driver instruction. Colin is also certificated to instruct at Millbrook, his life has been spent working with his passion; motor cars - from racing Minis to the race preparation of performance cars. He has much experience of vehicles on both road and track and brings a very different approach to driver enjoyment.
 
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3 Options You Can’t Live Without
So, I was having this debate last night with a mate.  
 
If you had a base spec Cayman and could only add 3 options, what would they be.  
 
For me its:  
 
1. Sports Steering Wheel
2. Bluetooth Phone Prep
3. Sports Seats 
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Porsche on the Prom Weymouth
Weymouth Porsche on the Prom evening is PCGB's third running of this event. From 6.00pm (please do not turn up early to help avoid traffic congestion) to 10.00pm on 13th July. There is no restriction on numbers attending for this event. So come along and enjoy an evening with other Porsche owners.
 
The event's main sponsor is the Porsche Centre Bournemouth.
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Porsche vs. Tesla - The TAYCAN!
Porsche has announced its 600-hp Tesla opponent will be called the Taycan.
 
This Friday Porsche introduced the official name of its new electric GT car that will take on Tesla's Model S marking 70 years of Porsche sports cars.  
 
Taycan, roughly translated as "lively young horse," references the imagery at the heart of the Porsche crest, which features a leaping horse.  
 
"Our new electric sports car is strong and dependable; it's a vehicle that can consistently cover long distances and that epitomizes freedom," Porsche chief Oliver Blume said in a statement.  The car is expected to be open for orders in early 2019, with deliveries being taken later that year.  
 
Powered by two synchronous motors generating more than 600 hp, the Taycan can do 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in less than 3.5 seconds. The vehicle has a driving range of more than 500 km (310 miles) on a single charge under NEDC testing.
 
We will be keeping a very close eye on this car and welcome potential new Taycan owners here at CaymanOC.  Forget flat-4 shinnanigans, here's the future people, is it bright...?
 
Meanwhile, enjoy this official trailer from Porsche. 
 
Doc. 
 
 
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987 S Track Car Build Thread
I thought I’d start a build tread of my 987 S project track car as I’m on a 17 hour flight from hell and need to kill some time and might as well make use of the free wi-fi. My other reason for uploading this build thread is to maybe help a new Cayman owner who is thinking of blowing (investing) thousands into a track project.
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718 GT4 Deposits
Has anybody had any luck with an OPC taking a deposit for the new 718 GT4?  I've tried a few and not having much luck... 
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Simply Porsche, Beaulieu Motor Museum, 3rd June 2018
Date for this year's show is confirmed for 3rd June, we can book a pitch as we have for the previous couple of years but will need to know an early indication of numbers.  
 
If those seriously considering coming along and would like to join us, then put your names down and we can gauge interest.  
 
Those who have never been, it's a great event and weather has often been fantastic, it's a great day set in a lovely part of the country. 
 

 
https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/simply-porsche/
 
  
 
 
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Rising Sun - Hardcore Cayman
From the land of the rising sun has emerged a 987 Cayman like no other.  It is often talked about "what if Porsche put the GT3 engine in a 987".  Well, now its been done, and this time in a package so thoroughly executed.  
 
Allow me to introduce M’s Machine Work's Cayman GT3.
 
 
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Cayman S - Front bumper insert
Hello,
 
I noticed today that the black insert on the lower part of the front bumper has popped out on the driver's side. It also looks like from the picture that a catch may have broken.
 
Basically for me as a noob, how can I pop this back in please?
 
 
Many thanks
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