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Boxster (986) S
By Bristol, 05/20/2008
  • Model Year 2000
  • Color Arctic Silver
  • Price 26000.00
  • Odometer 46000
  • Odometer Unit Miles
  • Description What I've tried to create here is a good looking car that handles great while maintaining OEM reliability from the engine and still meeting strict California code. The main focus then has been on body work to make the car stand out and look cool. Once that was complete I've massaged the suspension a bit with still more work to do. The engine is mostly stock with just an intake filter change and muffler. I want to meet California emissions, CARB, and keep the engine running smoothly for years and years. Besides, the 250 HP on tap is more than reasonable for public roads.<br /><br />Planned next is a Tarett rear sway bar and maybe 15 mm spacers in the front to finish out the suspension. Then I'm going to focus on the stereo system. I have all of the components for a killer system. I just need to cram them into the car.<br /><br />Here's a list of the mods:<br /><br />Litronic headlights with clear corners and Silverstar fog lights<br />Clear side markers<br />Clear LED tail lights<br />Clear LED third brake light<br />Debadged rear except for a red “S”<br />TRG carbon fiber hood<br />Dzus fastener mounts for hood<br />Carbon fiber mirror housings/shells<br />996 MK1 GT3 front bumper (polyurethane) with lower spoiler<br />Gemballa GT side skirts<br />Gemballa GT rear bumper<br />Gemballa GT exhaust (no resonance)<br />Gemballa exhaust tips<br />Kokeln carbon fiber ram air scoops<br />Porsche speedster humps<br />Custom Windrestrictor windscreen<br />BSA 18” Eagle Rock wheels with Falken Azenis 615 tires<br />Chrome lug bolts<br />Lower stress bars, main bar and side bars<br />GT3 brake ducts<br />Aluminum pedals<br />Air horns<br />OBC hack<br />Polk component speakers<br />TV monitor with HKS CAMP system (gauges)<br />LinkSys Knock Link<br />K&N drop-in air filter<br />JRZ coilovers with remote reservoirs<br />Schnell camber plates<br />GT3 front sway bar<br />Insite adjustable end links


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