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  1. Sorry as this comes a bit later than promised but I just picked the car up from the garage today. As a reminder mine is a Gen 2 S with PASM, and I’ve just had the H&R 35mm springs installed. I’ve only driven about 15 miles and haven’t had the alignment done yet, so this is a really early view and a very positive one. My concerns were: a) would the drop in height be too much, and b) would it compromise the ride too much. Height/drop I’ve measured the drop and its 20mm front and 25mm back back. I’m gutted that I didn’t take a side profile pic before they were fitted so I could have the same profile pic after, but in my opinion it now sits just how it should have from the factory. It may settle a little more, and I think it might. If it does, I’m happy, if it doesn’t I’m still happy. Ride It’s excellent. Yes it is firmer, but that’s to be expected. Is it teeth chattering and bone crunching - not at all. The PASM is still working as it should, with a very noticeable Difference when switching between PASM normal, and PASM sport. Smaller bumps, cat eyes uneven manhole covers are all soaked up nicely. I’m not feeling like I’m going to be scanning every molecule of the road surface though. It also still gets up my drive (helpful!) 🙂 Time taken on the job Given its a pretty low mileage it had never come apart underneath, so as expected seized bolts a plenty. That meant new drop links all round which upped the budget a fair amount, but I’m quite happy to replace some of those old parts anyway. I’m away for a couple of weeks which leaves me bereft and without my new toy! I will report back in a few weeks once she’s settled providing updated measurements, associated pics, and update on driving characteristics. So far so good though! Pics below - quarter shots are from the dealer pre upgrade. Side profile is after the drop - Day 1 though so may move.
  2. Ok Beanoir will do, but prob won’t manage till tomorrow. Trust pilot reviews have also really worried me.
  3. That’s interesting. The test makes sense. Yep it was the one at EVO motors, nice chap to deal with and an ideal drivers spec
  4. I will have completed this by the end of next week. Have a 2009 Gen 2 Cayman S with 30k on the clock and PASM. Have bought a set of H&R springs (35mm drop) Being fitted a Friday or Saturday. Will report back.
  5. Hi all, have been lurking on here a while and having found loads of helpful information here I bought a Cayman S a month or so back. I’m curious as to people’s experience with Porscheshop - I’m having a bit of a nightmare ( without going into details as I’m sure there are forum policies) but wondered if I’m alone, if not how people fixed their issues. Thanks
  6. Interested in the comment above about stock LSD needing a rebuild after 30k... seems crazy to me. Also I’ve just bought an 09 Gen 2 S with 33k on the clock (and factory LSD) - no signs of the diff going (noises or whines) so here’s hoping it’s good for a while. 🤞
  7. Cheers Rich, my predicament is finding somewhere I can trial things with the world we live in right now! Interesting it doesn’t fit the standard seat quite right, prob doesn’t bode well for sports seats. Will keep researching!
  8. Hi all, I’ve been lurking a while and I’m pleased to say I’ve just bought myself a 987 Cayman S (gen 2) it’s brilliant! It’s got the spirts seats option, a mate runs the workshop at my local OPC (helpful!) so I’ll get airbag deactivation and isofix points fitted. My question is which group 2/3 child seat will fit in the Cayman Sports seats. The maxi cost rodifix look like they might do, certainly on the base but not sure on width at the back. Does anyone have any insight please? Thanks https://www.maxi-cosi.co.uk/car-seats/rodifix-airprotect
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