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    Porsche Boxster S 3.2 2005 987.1
  1. Interesting. Thanks for the detailed information. I thought i might be pushing my luck trying to fit a 981 wheel! And thanks for the info on the cruise control, looks like Ebay US may hold some bargains, hopefully?
  2. Great thanks for the information. Would you know if a 981 Sports steering wheel will fit as a direct replacement, I'm aware i would have to change the airbag to the round version as current the wheel is the triangle airbag type.
  3. Hi all, Just need some clarification before i go through the process of getting parts to fit cruise control to my 2005 Boxster S 3.2 Manual. Downloaded the guide available on here, great job by the way. Part number for the cruise stalk is 997.613.261.0001C but during a search, i am coming up with what looks like the same item with part number 997.613.216.00, which states also fits 981. Is it the same or is the missing 01C vital?? Another question, existing stalk for OBC is on left hand side and the part pictures show the cruise stalk as if fitted
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