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Hi, You might want to try the Quaife Automatic TBD (Torque Biased Differential). It's a helical gear based differential which doesn't require much attention once it's fitted. Product code is QDF12Q. Actually for the Cayman S model as your car has the same engine and drivetrain. Yes I have seen that and is probably what I will do. Will it work with the PASM suspension system?
Given your situation I would take a Boxster over those others in a heart beat. I would get the MY09 (more bhp) with the PDK7 no clutch to worry about and fastest shifting possible especially in aggressive acceleration. :D
Only thing I think this car needs now is some Wood highlights in interior of that real dark wood, and maybe a 2009 limited slip diff then it is a very unique Boxster set up for driving pleasure!
So, that was $1,300 for the rear bumper cover, spoiler, paint and install? Seems like a pretty good deal. Did you or are you planning to do the front splitters too? Did Sunset just sell you the aero kit for the rear end? Yes it included front rs-60 type aero splitters. Have pix in my registry. Sunset gave great deal. Was only one left in country paid $3700 with shipping for aero kit option code is XAL.
Thanks I had dealer in Denver area do it (Prestige Imports). $1300 for paint and install. Car now has some aspects of Limited edition and the RS-60
Fixed!! Took some special wrenches I did not have but delaer got her adjusted. Checkit out also RS-60 tips!
Yeah I have to post them tonite after work. Kit looks awesome otherwise. I found a TSB for the sport design package option XAL here on site and there seems to be an adjustable screw on top of rod. Now just have to see if I can screw that rod down the 1/2 inch or if it is already bottomed out. Here is a picture of gap
http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...ost&p=73081 Darn OK was going to give copy to the body shop so they could fix my spoiler
Hi if any of the monitors are online can you tell me if I can print out the TSB I can read online here? I can't seem to get it to work.
Yeah that's the rub a dealership did do the work so I could keep it under manufacturer's warranty. I don't think DME is involved other than speed trigger at 75 MPH. I told them I found TSB info on this site and I think they are a little embarrased.