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Stu in CA

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    2008 Boxster Limited Edition
  1. No I didn't replace the complete exhaust which is indeed the PSE which has a great sound. I just removed the standard tips and replaced them with some black powder coated fabspeed ones to follow the black/orange car theme. Nice touch. I thought the stainless steel OEM tips were tarnished, and even polished them a bit, then realized they reflect the orange body, making them look a bit yellowish. Re the PSE, I was afraid the cutout was going to be disabled at lower speeds like I read about in a hack thread, but was pleased that it operates at all speeds when Sportchrono button is on. Nice plate too!
  2. My wife saw one of these while we were shopping for a gray S, & fell in love with it. I protested mildly because it wasn't an S and I had said that was the only way I could stand trading in our modified C5 (or so I thought). I slept on it overnight (really bummed about not having the S bits), but thought, "Happy wife, happy life" and we went and got it the next day. We like the "retro" look of the silver accented wheels on the base model better than the blackies on the S. It puts a smile on everyone's face that we've shared it with so far! And that's worth a lot (especially my wife's). As far as moving them, the dealer sold the first 3 in a matter of weeks, with the first S being snatched up by an employee. And ours being a non-S, I get to start "improving" it. ;-) Stu
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