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About DerekB

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    2011 Boxster S 987.2
  1. The ebayer had the whole 6000+ pages put on a DVD in pdf format, fully searchable. it was steal at $15. Probably they got it from a disgruntled Porsche factory employee, pretty easy to imagine that. Anyways, they don’t have it for sale now.
  2. It was definitely written by Porsche, an over 6000 pages of a factory manual. I’ve heard it’s extremely detailed - except for this one darn torque spec.
  3. Keep an eye on eBay. Occasionally someone is selling full service manuals for the 987.2. I don’t see it on there now but sometime last year it was available.Their corporate attorneys are probably constantly looking out for these and taking it down with legal threats. Which is ironic given that this corporation has proven to behave criminally in major ways.
  4. Can anyone out there please dig up a torque specification for a 2011 987.2 Boxster S? I am halfway through replacing the belt, the belt tensioner, and while I’m at it, the tensioning roller. The job is going well except for one missing torque value, which is for the bolt which fastens the roller to the tensioning roller carrier. I tried asking the guys at Sun Coast Porsche and Melbourne Porsche. Neither would bother to look up the value for me.They’re willing to take my money for the parts but not provide a simple torque spec. I find it hard to believe they treat customers this way.
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