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    2000 Boxster S, Yellow, Xenon, Sports Package, Sports interior package, 6 speed
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  1. Hi guys, I am thinking about getting the pioneer nav system AVIC N1 http://www.avic-n1.com/ does anyone have experience in installinging it?? is it easy?? I have a boxster S with cdr220, is that standard size that will fit all aftermarket units??? please advise. Thanks in advance.
  2. I just called brandywine porsche.. they do not have the 700 bucks remus deal anymore :( Now it's 800... and the guy is pushing bb triflo to me instead... RMF986 Ryan, did you say the BB is too much?? Can you please expand a little bit? Was it too ricey? too much resonance? or what? Why is it so hard to shop for an exhaust ;(' thanks
  3. I currently have the 00 S with the 18 sports classic II wheel. I am interested in getting a "black wheel" look (black center, with polished outer rim), and heard there are many shops that can black anodized your wheel for you. Has anyone tried it?? Any pics / comments on the finish? Thanks,
  4. Ok Sinbad, let me know how that goes when you have installed it. If you are also satisfied with yours, I will order mine soon afterwards :> Can I also get some opinion that the Remus is better (at least for the $) than the tequipment? Thanks a tons!
  5. So sounds like everyone's recommending the remus??? Sinbad, Ryan, you guys all said 700 including shipping, can you point me to where I can find one?? No one is selling it at ebay at this moment. I have heard the video clip posted in the imagestation. I have to say it's definitely a bit stronger, but I am still not very convinced it's very noticeably stronger. I want something not too loud, but very noticeably deep / strong. I will appreciate more comments from people who heard it real life, as I am sure the video clip can't do much justice. And yeah, also, any dyno'ed?? :>
  6. i don't know about others, but I have pirelli pzero system asymetrico on my 2000 bxtr S. for model questions. .. I find tirerack.com very helpful
  7. I have about 15k on my stock pzero tires, and felt the grip is just not enough anymore. I have a 2000 bxtr S with upgraded 18 inch rim. I believe stock tire size is 225/40 on front 265/35 on rear I am thinking about fitting 235/40 on front and 275/35 on rear. Anyone tried that? would it fit without rubbing? Also, my friend recommended kumho's ecsta supra 712 for the price / performance ratio. The price definitely sounds attractive, with about 100 for the front and 160 for the rear (so save me about 400 bucks per set from getting the pzeros / pilot sport / etc) Does anyone have experience with these tires??? please advise
  8. so you mean it's worth paying them 480 bucks to do the 15k service? instead of some 100 bucks if i were to change the oil or something? thanks
  9. My 2000 bxtr S is at 15k miles now, and I am thinking to bring it in for a service. I just had my oil changed at 7500 at a local shop I know. I know carlsen porsche have oil change coupon for 118 bucks, but unfortunately my coupon was expired and I haven't received new ones yet. So I called in and ask how much is 15k service, they told me 480 bucks. I was like, oil change + 27 point inspection on coupon is 118 bucks, you now tell me 15k service is 480?????? I asked them what do they do differently on 15k service, and the guy couldn't answer me. Does anyone know what do they do on 15k service?? Is it just mainly oil change? If that's so, I might as well just buy anther 10q of mobil1 oil / porsche filter and bring it to the local shop for cheap. Please advise, and thanks in advance!
  10. I am mildly interested in replacing the stock S exhaust with something that offers a deeper base roar, while not being too loud nor ricey. Any recommendation? experience? sound clips? I searched the board, and found some sound clips for tequipment sport exhaust, and it sounds pretty good. Anyone dyno that? Also, what's the best place to find used parts / trade for these stuff? I am not sure if I am willing to spend 2000+ for it yet. Thanks for the reply!!!
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