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  1. After much dithering looking at gen 1 cayman s but worried about the usual issues I found a lovely gen 2 2.9 from a Craig a member on here. It had been well looked after mainly by autofarm. It feels and is slightly down on torque to the S i drove but more than enough power at the moment for our roads and can sleep easy. Saying that any mods remaps that can be recommended. Craig has added what looks like TPI 7mm & 15mm spacers and although they look great I would prefer to have some locking wheel nuts in the correct size but am struggling to find anything online. Can someone he
  2. i viewed that was very nice and only down the road but top of my budget if anything was to go wrong i thought he'd sold it as no longer on his website
  3. my local specialist has told me to walkaway from ones that tick/tap. Probably the best approach to the untrained eye. Shame they are great cars but a £15k car could easily turn into £25k one. Shame gen 2 are slim pickings at £20k. Search continues....
  4. Pretty sure its the same as a standard S £565
  5. I'm currently looking for a cayman s gen1. I've viewed 4 so far. I'm aware of all the pitfalls. Two 2007 caymans had a ticking noise at idle but no smoke. The other 2 were 2008 limited edition models with no audible ticking but one had some smoke which cleared. Is the ticking noise an issue on these as it seems a bit hit and miss. Were gen 1 2008 engines changed in anyway Also one on 62k miles would require a clutch does £1200 to £1500 at an indy sound about right for this job. thanks
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