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    Norman, OK, USA
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  • Present cars
    1993 RX7
    2006 STI
    2003 350z turbo
    1991 Talon TSI
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    987.2 Cayman S
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    A ton
  1. Anyone know if the 987.2 base uses the same transaxle hubs and axles as the S trim?
  2. Hello, I'm new to the Forum and I'm looking to get a porsche sometime this year. I Wasn't sure where to put this post. I've been doing research to try and figure out the mechanical differences between the base and S trim models. So in the 986 models they're some pretty drastic differences. 5 spd, hollow axles, smaller outer hubs, much smaller brakes, smaller stabilizer bars, and smaller engine. I'm not sure if the 6spd optional changed the axles or hubs? But, it didn't change the brakes. When the 986 S trim has a Stout 6spd "600+hp" with taller gears than base, solid axles, larger hubs, much
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