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    Cheyenne, WY
  • Porsche Club
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    1997 Porsche Boxster
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    Lots of VW/Audi vehicles

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  1. Hopefully the car hasn't been sitting since the post was made :lightbulb:
  2. So let me get this straight... The shop still thinks the coil packs are bad? That's the easiest thing to check. If you pull the power to one of them, and the engine runs rough, it was a good coil. If it doesn't change, it's a bad coil. I think you need a new shop
  3. If you are going to follow the A-pillars, you're going to have to at least cut the heck out of the dash. As with most race cars, build the car for safety, then deal with having a dash or not.
  4. Just picked up a 1997 with 134k on the clock needing to replace all rotors/pads convertible top trunk latch SAI pump or find a vacuum leak Happy with the pick up for $2500 :drive:
  5. I searched in the thread to make sure mine hasn't been posted yet. 1997 Boxster CR-210 R 1996 T5003974 Thanks for doing this, fantastic work! :blush:
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