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About pbastian

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    College Station, TX
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2000 Boxster 2.7 5-speed
  1. This issue has been solved. Took the wheel assemblies to a wheel refinisher. They straightened 3 of the 4 (both rears, 1 front), and remounted tires on their Hunter GSP9700. Vibration is gone.
  2. I have a 2000 Boxster 5-speed which I track (~5-6x a year). I just installed new rear rotors and pads, new front pads (with fairly new rotors), and brand new Hankook Ventus V12 EVOs. Rims are 18s. This is my second set of Hankooks. I was running Michelin PS2's before. I've been struggling with vibrations at higher speeds (+70 MPH). I believe the vibration is coming from the rear because I feel it in the seat, not the steering wheel. I do not know if this can be misleading, sort of like referred pain can lead you the wrong way. Steering wheel is steady, though. With this most recent set of tir
  3. The exhaust mount bracket that is ABOVE my 2000 Boxster 5-speed Sport Exhaust has failed recently. This has happened before, around 2008, which I got fixed, and it has held up until recently. I have been tracking the car since late 2013. Car has been out on the track about 28 times. In the last couple of months, the bolts that connect the exhaust to the upper bracket have failed...they are simply sheared/split. The welded caps on the top of the exhaust are fine, and the bracket is fine. After getting it repaired (replacing the bolts), the bolts failed again after a weekend at the track. Full d
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