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  1. Hi does anyone know that if you fit a full sports exhaust system inc the manifolds and change the air induction do the sensors automatically give the information to adjust the fueling etc so it runs to its best capacity, or does it need to be set up again on a rolling road? Thanyou
  2. Update. Even though the drain tubes allowed water through they were not as clear as they could be . This was corrected by a local Porsche specialist who identified that after heavy rain they backed up as couldn't cope. So although I thought I had checked this it was definitely worth letting the experience guys check. Thankyou.
  3. Update for ideas please. Even with a half roof cover the water is still getting in from somewhere.
  4. Thankyou for the reply, yes I have looked as this area. I have taken out the trim to find it's definitely coming in from the inner rear wing but thanks for your suggestion
  5. Hello everyone this is my first post, hopefully someone maybe able to help. I am new to the boxster world and love my car but for one persistent issue, the dreaded wet carpet behind the drivers seat. I have spent many hours , days weeks searching the internet and checked all the classic places inc all the drain points , doors, seals etc etc..... with no luck. I have traced where the water comes into the cabin from the inner rear wing behind the seatbelt carpeted bolster. I have ran a hosepipe direct into both rear drains and all runs fine, filled the collection tray and runs fine with no leaks. But after rainfall water appears from the inner wing again. I've sat in the car when raining and checked the rear curtain rail etc and to be honest the roof seems excellent as no water even come in there . I've checked the door before I realised it was cominging into the rear wing and all was fine there too. I taken out the tray in the rear above the drain pipe and even that's dry. I really have run out of ideas? Even checked it's not coolant fluid. Any suggestions other than keeping a towel in the car which I'm doing at present. Thankyou
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