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About TJGalati

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2001 Boxster
    2008 Cayenne S
  1. I have a few sets of very lightly used hybrid high performance pads from my old Boxster track days just sitting on a shelf. Pm if u want a great deal. I cannot check right now, but think there may be some hawk hps and some pagid. I’m from San Diego.
  2. Yes, this is normal and how a porsche wants to be driven. Its not a civic, drive it over 3k rpm and enjoy.
  3. While i appreciate the desire to go faster the stock boxster will take you, i think you may want to consider parts to keep the car on the track, along with the go-fast parts. Scan the boxster spec boards for what they are allowed to do and what often breaks. My off the top of head suggestions would be: New radiator fill cap. The stock ones are old and replaced by newer units. I recently lost a track day due to the $14 part. 3rd (front) radiator off boxster S Larger oil cooler from boxster S X51 oil pan Flush your brake fluid with motul. Might as well do stainless brake lines
  4. Heck, Ive seen a guy swap out tranny mounts on a stock Box in a parking lot at an autocross. I dont think its that big of a deal as far as DIY goes. U should at least be able to find a non-dealer repair shop to do it for much less. If you are in SoCal i can give you some leads. TJ
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