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boxstertip replied to boxstertip's topic in 987-1 Boxster/Cayman S Suspension, Brakes, and WheelsYou got it, that's the setup. Any suggestions for tip cooling? Just don't have enough space for a full additional radiator for the intercooler assembly.
boxstertip replied to boxstertip's topic in 987-1 Boxster/Cayman S Suspension, Brakes, and WheelsThought all 3 radiators were connected as coolant radiators for engine, but may be wrong? Any suggestions appreciated! On the topic of widebody radiators, any feedback you could provide on whether you are referring to those from a GT3 or Turbo and which bumper can be installed? If I were to install them onto the Boxster, what challenges should I be aware of?...as I understand mounting points and hosing might be quite different. I do know of a local shop that has installed GT2 front bumpers. I do currently have an additional small radiator installed in front of the left radiator which the mechanic calls the "gear box radiator" - his translation. Not sure if this is to accommodate the transmission/tiptronic but will find out.
boxstertip posted a topic in 987-1 Boxster/Cayman S Suspension, Brakes, and WheelsI own a 2008 Boxster S Tiptronic. Originally, car has three radiators (Left, Right, Centre - tiptronic comes with centre). However, have installed a turbo kit and using centre radiator now as intercooler radiator. As the engine has lost the centre radiator, concerned about cooling. Any ideas? Would larger side radiators fit, and if so what from model? Would GT3 or Turbo side radiators be larger?...and offer additional cooling and any successful installs? Open to additional ideas, but do need to keep centre radiator for intercooler.