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    Montgomery, AL
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2009 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
    2014 VW Jetta GLI Autobahn
    2017 Porsche 718 Cayman
  • Future cars
    Porsche 911
  • Former cars
    1999 Audi A4
    2009 Mercedes Benz SLK280

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  1. I buy just a regular battery now. I bought premium batteries before, including the Yellow Top for my Jeep Wrangler. They all failed early. Regular batteries from Walmart last just as longer than these expensive ones. I would probably buy regular battery when my 718 needs a new one.
  2. I ordered a Video in Motion from KUFATEC., Germany for PCM4.0. IT was delivered to me via FedEx in two days. FedEx just left a sticky on my door without knocking the door, so I had to call their 1-800 to make the driver re-deliver. Install was quite simple IAW manual. Now, I can enjoy listening to Pink Floyd PULSE concert, and wife can enjoy her favorite movies on a long trip.
  3. Took delivery of 2017 718 Cayman at the Porsche Experience Center (PEC), Atlanta in July. My wife (this is her car) and I were treated as VIP by PEC Staff, we got a tour of the PEC, and received 90 minutes of track time using their 718 Cayman S. PEC also treated us to a first class meal at the restaurant. PEC made us feel very special and it was once in a life time experience. Of course, 718 Cayman is a dream how it drives, how quickly 7 speed DSG shifts, and how responsive 2.0T engine is. Everything in the Interior are well thought out and every controls are perfect. We took 718 to road trip to Tampa, FL and Virginia Beach, VA from Montgomery, AL. I can't believe how comfortable this is on the road. Beats the heck out of Mercedes SLK280 which was stiff and not comfortable on a long trip. We love everything about this Porsche. I like Jayhants OP's wheels, but I chose 18" wheels to enjoy more meaty tires. Only after-market thing, besides options, I added to this 718 is Ceramics tint and Valentine 1 radar detector hard wired to passenger side fuse box. I plan to change oil & filter when it reaches 5,000 miles at on-base Auto Hobby Shop with a lift. I will post some pics then. I am trying to decide whether to buy a after-market ($12) or Porsche ($80) oil filter wrench. If anyone has successfully used after-market one, let me know.
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