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BoxstaNZ

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About BoxstaNZ

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  • Birthday 07/27/1963

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  • Interests
    Photography, music , motorsport

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    New Zealand
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  • Present cars
    2007 987 Boxster Arctic Silver with Black leather 18'" Cayman s wheels
  • Former cars
    2003 986 Boxster
  1. My fuel filler lid on my 987 does not lock when the car is locked , is there some way to reactivate it ?
  2. I have had this problem where one or other of the horns die on the car. I had two fail on separate occasions my old 986 which were replaced by the local OPC. Now i have an 987 and guess what one of the low tone horn has fritzed , I rarely use the horn and not usually in anger lol. :( :(s Is this a a common fault on boxsters and if so is there a fix?
  3. I will take a look, thanks I prefer OEM if I am going for the 'same' wheel, after that there is a number of options for non-Porsche styles that I like... Hi i have an 07 987 with 18" Cayman S 5 spoke wheels Just bought last week so have not got any other photos just yet other than this I think the chunkiness suits the car. Cheers Nice choice of cars. B) I agree, the large spokes 'look' lighter but agressive at the same time. Here is a shot of the wheels I ended up with... Snap !! They are exactly the same yours looks great too !! :thumbup:
  4. Very good point. I do have small kids yet, so I agree that the 2006 or newer is pretty much mandatory for me. I test drove the 2005 S I mentioned above just because it was 5 miles from my house and at a used car lot. Hi Jay I live in NZ and i had an 03 2.7 986 which i loved which was on 17 s and a tiptronic, sadly it was written off in an accident. I have replaced it wit an 07 987 2.7 tip done only 6000 miles In Arctic Siver with Black full leather, 18" Cayman S wheels I have found it is a better car all round being bigger in the cabin having a far better interior, the tip was upgraded too and with the sport button has become quite a nice and responsive gearbox, it has a more involving exhaust note that is deeper but not droning, i have the sports chrono option which when you select sport mode it sharpens the throttle response as well as the tips programming is more aggressive holding gears longer and changin down more responsively. The ride on the 18" Cayman S wheels is just as smooth as the old car, the steering is seems better too. Good luck with your search Cheers Nev
  5. I will take a look, thanks I prefer OEM if I am going for the 'same' wheel, after that there is a number of options for non-Porsche styles that I like... Hi i have an 07 987 with 18" Cayman S 5 spoke wheels Just bought last week so have not got any other photos just yet other than this I think the chunkiness suits the car. Cheers
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