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Ive decided not to lower the car as Im unsure what the effect will upon the PASM...but anyway I finally got the car back after 3 weeks having the engine replaced (IMS failure)... but im really happy i can drive it now. and i dont regret buying this over a 6 yr old 996 convertible which is similar cost. the car is pretty much stock standard except some nice 2-tone 2-piece 19" wheels, techart skirts and front lip and some factory options. Although I havent revved it yet, its a big diference to my 986 2.5 which I used to have...
Hi do you know any springs which will only lower the car by around 0.75"? i have 19"s on slightly larger rolling diameter, it is going to be VERY LOW if use something like the H&R. i wont be get into any carpark in hong kong!
just posted my predicament on 986forum.. i bought couple weeks ago a 2005 Boxster S 2.3L 987... the engine had some whirling/cranking noise. took it to dealer in hong kong.. and they said they need to replace a new engine! i was really upset because i had a 1998 base model 986, 70K KMS and 9 year old ...NO ISSUES. i have yet to see the formal diagnosis and report. the only thing to thank-god is the car is under warranty and i think i dont have to pay anything. heard from other members it may be related to intermediate-shaft failure.