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    Hunterdon County, NJ
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    '98 Boxster Ocean Blue
  1. I was lucky enough to get to the 2 day Porsche Driving Experience a couple of years ago and I recall Jeff Purner (who runs the PDE school) mentioning that all the 911s they have at the school have the "low seat" option to allow for everyone wearing helmets on the track. I mentioned this to a friend of mine who is also a track instructor up in the Toronto area, he thought there were differrent (lower) seat rails that you could install to gain a couple of inches headroom. Not sure if such a lowered seat rail exists for the early Boxsters, but that should help some if there is one available.
  2. Well, I was feeling pleased with myself for finally getting around to replacing the one burnt out bulb in the center brake light, until I discovered that both of the threaded rubber screw anchors had perished and split apart. Doesn't seem like there is much holding the light assembly in place now except for the trailing edge of he tonneau cover. This is a 98 Boxster, does anyone know the part number?
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