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SaltyDog

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About SaltyDog

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    Sunnyvale, CA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2007 Boxster in Arctic Silver
    2006 Silverado long bed, ext cab, 4WD
    2001 Mazda MPV (on permanent loan to kid)
    1995 Volvo 850 Wagon (on permanent loan to other kid)
    1981 Fiat Spider 2000 on consignment
  • Future cars
    E type Mercedes or BMW 5 series for comfortable road trips
  • Former cars
    Fiat Spider '74 1800 and '81 2000: fun toys that gave me the roadster bug

  1. We have just recently joined the ranks of 987 owners with a 2007 in Arctic Silver, and have been enjoying it immensely as a daily driver soon to be at sea level in CA. What would you suggest for making it even more fun ?
  2. If you wanted to have a "performance" improvement, you should fill with Helium. It has great thermal conductivity, would reduce unsprung weight and of course would cost even more for that enhanced snob appeal. Especially if you buy Semiconductor Grade or 6-9's purity. regards, Salty (A practicing engineer, one day maybe I'll get it right)
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